"This is my first time planning something this big and important! Where do I even start? What if I miss something really important?!"
"I have an idea, but how do I bring it all together? How do all these fit into my dream vision? I just can't see the bigger picture!"
"I have all these pretty things I like, but I keep changing my mind! What if I have to settle with something I'm not 100% happy with?"
"What if it's 'not me!'?"
Storytelling is an approach in Wedding Design that helps you create a wedding full of those beautiful things but also carefully considers the guest experience & how those details will illustrate your unique love story.
By intentionally incorporating meaningful details that are significant to you, we can design a wedding that is more authentic, special and personal to you.
I want to help you recreate that special story and feeling, the one that captures the essence of everything that matters to you, in a way that you'll want to share with your loved ones over and over again.
Congratulations, you're officially an RB Bride! We'll begin the 4-phase Storytelling Design Process by firstly defining your dream wedding vision.
We'll brainstorm ideas together, explore any frustrations, plan out the logistics & create your personalised wedding planning schedule.
If your plans and ideas evolve along the way, that's completely okay - we'll work through it together.
It's finally here! I've heard all your stories and translated it into a unique day just for you. From the dreamy palette, to the stationery to the cake - everything is all "you".
And that's not the end, 'cos I'll still be sticking around to make sure everything goes according to plan!
All you have to do is go drink champagne, put on that white dress, say your "I Do", and dance your night away!
Reach out and get in touch by completing the form below or sending me an email.
We'll schedule a quick chat over the phone to find out if we're a good fit and I'll send a quote specifically tailored to you.
Then we meet over coffee because I believe wedding planning meetings should be more like a catch-up between friends.