What do you like about being in the wedding industry?
I love that every single wedding and every couple is unique, and that I have the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in our clients’ lives by doing what we love to do. There is never a dull moment in this business, and the wedding industry itself is made of some of the most wonderfully creative and passionate people, so I love the community we’re part of.
How do you share your creativity with your clients?
We take the time to really listen to their vision or help them understand their personal style, and from there – We create from scratch every design so that all the details are meaningful and personal. We want their wedding to be something they cherish for the years to come, and really make an effort to create something authentic to their style and personality.
What are the elements of a successful wedding?
Two people in love, and a room of people excited to celebrate them! From there, anything is possible.
What makes you different from other wedding planning companies?
We are a team that is extremely customer service driven. We pride ourselves on going above and beyond for our clients and the vendor teams we collaborate with, so I would say our genuine dedication combined with many years experience makes us who we really are.
What’s your favorite part of a wedding?
I really love the ceremony and vows, queue all the happy tears!
What changes do you anticipate in the future within the industry?
Oh boy I am afraid of making any predictions right now, but if anything – I think it’s getting more and more acceptable to have your wedding your way, and to break free from the mold – That goes for couples, and for vendors too – I see a lot of.
What wedding trend would you like to see come back?
More end of the night send-offs maybe? I always saw those in 90’s movies and the images look so sweet. But now couples stay till the bitter end, which is also amazing.
What was your biggest challenge while growing your business?
Not giving up when it got hard, and learning to delegate as the team grew.
If you knew what you knew now when you first started, would you change how you started/grew your business?I would’ve told myself to be more patient, that’s for sure. It’s not a race, it’s a journey.
Is there anything you would like people to know about your business?
Come see who we are on Instagram! You’ll get to know us quickly there, and we are always looking to connect with others in the wedding industry!
Photography by: Justine Milton Photography | Corrina Walker Photography | Willow and Wolf Weddings