How to choose the right wedding planner for y'all
You have to vibe with them
You'll be spending a lot of time talking with your planner, so you a have to actually like them. But more than that, you have to trust your planner.
Planners have a job to do -- you know, plan your wedding -- so you have to let them. The final decisions are always yours, but if you vibe with your planner, you will value their suggestions.
Be honest about your expectations
When first meeting with a potential planner, be super honest about what you need from them.
If they can't accommodate having meetings around your crazy work schedule, can't work within your budget, or they flat out don't offer a service you want/need, they aren't the right fit. And that's okay. Keep looking.
Trust your gut
Did you feel heard? Did you feel a connection? Did they just get you? Or did the whole consultation feel off?
If your immediate feeling after (or before!) finishing the conversation wasn't a resounding "yes," then you should keep looking.
Totally Rogue Pop-Up Wedding
starting at | $999
Are y’all an adventurous couple with 25 guests or less?
Comfortable with the unpredictability of getting married outside and willing to have your first kiss in the rain, a la The Notebook ("It still isn't over." You know what scene I'm talking about).
Ready to start your marriage now and worry about the party later?
This package was made for you
Full-Service Wedding Planning & Event Design
average investment | $4499
Seriously consider Full-Service if you…
…are trying to plan remote.
…can barely plan your meals, let alone an entire wedding.
…can't really spare the 15+ hours a week it'll take to plan yourself.
…know what you don't want, but not necessarily what you do want.
Guided Wedding Planning
starting at | $2399
Comfortable taking on the bulk of wedding planning?
Need someone to hold you accountable during the planning process?
Want to be absolutely sure you aren't missing anything?
this is your perfect package
starting at | $1599
For Those who…
…have the time and, more importantly, the desire to plan their own wedding.
…want to be able to enjoy the final weeks leading up to their wedding day.
…want to relax on the day of and focus on their partner and guests.
“Go time” tasks
Ceremony and reception site visit
Final confirmation with vendors
Ceremony flow plan
Coordination of rehearsal
Extensive wedding day timeline
Day-of ceremony and reception coordination
One (1) coordination assistant
Vendor and guest liaison day-of
Tip/remaining balance distribution on day-of
Oversee vendor set up and break down
Set up and break down of personal decor
Who we are
we might be the planners for you if y’all…
…are sick of the same boring wedding day script.
…are madly in love and care more about preparing for marriage than planning a wedding.
…believe pizza rolls > gender roles.
…want your dog at your wedding. In a flower collar.
…want a champagne tower for your wedding toast.
Somewhere along the way, the industry lost sight of the point of a wedding
Blame it on the burlap (why won't it go quietly to wedding heaven?)
Blame it on Pinterest (probably the real culprit)
Blame it on Millennials (everything else is)
Blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol
Blame it on whatever. The result is the same: weddings as a status symbol rather than a celebration of a marriage. Not to mention an industry-wide near erasure of LGBTQ+, non-thin, non-white folks (i.e. lovers just like us!) And that sucks. But we see you, lovers. We hear you.