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Knowing When (and How) to Admit You’re Wrong

This month, we’re focusing our efforts on humility, which—let’s face it—can sometimes be a bit hard. As business owners and wedding professionals who are tasked with keeping everything together at all times, admitting we’re wrong (or admitting we don’t, indeed, have it all together) can feel like admitting failure. BUT, we happen to think being… Read More »

What Success Sometimes Requires You Give Up

Ah, the elusive work/life balance—if there’s anything more controversial, hard to achieve, and hard to explain we have yet to find it. People have opinions (and opinions…and opinions) about what the right work/life balance is, how to achieve it, and whether or not it’s even possible. As wedding professionals who work up to 80 hours… Read More »

Featured Planner: Citygirl Events

When you live in a beach town, the city life seems so foreign – let alone comprehending what planning weddings in one is like. So today, we are excited to introduce you to this month’s Featured Planner, Sharokina of Citygirl Events in Chicago! Keep reading to learn about what couples in Chi-town are like, some… Read More »

Be Humble

As summer comes to a close and we try our very hardest to not slip into a state of sun-deprived depression over that fact (seasonal affective disorder, anyone?), we wanted to spend the month of September focusing on something the world could use a whole lot more of: humility. In an industry where downtime is… Read More »

Our Favorite Moments from the Creative at Heart Conference

Earlier this month, Tayler and Katherine packed their bags and headed to the Creative at Heart conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. It was three days packed with idea (and heart) filled lectures, intimate breakout groups, cupcake decorating, photo-styling, coffee, laughs, and smiles. We are so thankful to have had the opportunity to sponsor and speak… Read More »

20 Quotes to Awaken Your Inner Unapologetic Rockstar

This month, we’re focusing on the idea of being unapologetic. But, as weddings professionals whose job is often to please others, the idea of being unapologetic can sometimes feel out of reach. We walk on eggshells around in-laws, work tirelessly to keep our couples happy, and have to carefully choose our words with vendors who… Read More »

What You Should be Unapologetic About When it Comes to Your Business

Bold traits are most powerful when you wrangle them a bit. And this month’s theme of being unapologetic is a prime example of a trait that is best with bit of constraint. Because, to be considered unapologetic without also being considered arrogant requires self awareness and confidence. Specifically, the self awareness to know when you… Read More »

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