Updated: Oct 31, 2018
I’m the lead event planner and founder here at Something Blue Weddings and Events.
I understand how important your special day is to you and it means the world to me that you would entrust me with your vision.
I can’t wait to meet you, but until then, I’d like to introduce myself.
I’m an avid traveler when reality allows it; however, I have no sense of direction. (I have been known to tell the driver to go the wrong way down a one way street).
I run on coffee and sarcasm.
I hate water and small spaces, but I love busting comfort zones so we may – in time- see some progress there. We may not.
I love hiking, mountains, coffee, weddings, sunsets, music, writing, fall leaves (especially in New England), and New England in general.
I love people and I love meeting people who are different.
Nothing makes me happier than seeing someone genuinely enjoy life.
While it occasionally requires me to convince myself just a bit, I like to think I’m willing to try any new thing at least once.
Bucket list includes a trip to Devil’s Bathtub, hot air ballooning, skydiving, opening my own coffee shop(s), destroying cilantro, learning to like avocados, seeing a show (or 12) on Broadway, playing my guitar on a crowded square with an open guitar case on the ground in front of me, visiting Italy and New Zealand, and trying alligator meat.
I first started event planning almost as a hobby, but then it became so much more. I saw a need and I wanted to fill it. Today’s wedding and event industry has largely lost sight of the fact that the wishes of the bride and of the groom are not only important, but they are more important than anything else. I promise that I will not lose sight of that. Your vision is my vision, and I will do anything in my power to fulfill it to the last dot. I will be on your side, even if no one else is.
My two cents:
Don’t let anyone tell you what is or is not fun. If you like skydiving, that’s great. If you like curling up with a blanket and a book, that’s great too.
Don’t put people in a box (let them be different, too) and show people the same grace you would like shown to yourself.
Don’t take yourself too seriously. We’re all stupid. We’re all awkward. Just laugh about it – it saves time.