Creative Leadership: Mary Phan of The Sketchbook Series

Have you heard? Aisle Planner is the national sponsor for The Sketchbook Series 2016 tour! We are thrilled to be a part of this event that helps creatives grow through the art of sketching. Mary and her team will be making 10 stops across the country (including a stop here in San Diego!) teaching and inspiring… Read More »

An Interview with Oatmeal Lace

Earlier this fall I asked our community of Aisle Planners “How do you all keep from misplacing your keys, phone and all of your other tiny tools during wedding set up?” And, very quickly, there was lots of love being shared about Oatmeal Lace aprons. So, naturally, I reached out to its Founder and Designer,… Read More »

Creating an Inspiration Board

The practice of setting the mood is something we do all the time. The deep breath you take in the kitchen when your morning coffee is brewing. When you light your favorite candle on your desk before sitting down to work. The time you take to create the perfect playlist for your dinner party. It’s… Read More »

Menu Planning with Waters Catering

Let’s be totally honest here for a second — wedding food does not have the reputation of knocking people’s socks off. And even though we have had some amazing meals at weddings, it is not one of the places where couples take risks. Catering and menu design is one of those wedding elements that truly… Read More »

Art of Planning: Jennywennycakes

Today, we are so thrilled to continue our “Art of Planning” series—where we give you a behind-the-scenes look at different design elements from some of our favorite weddings—with a super sweet treat. Jennywennycakes created this clean, floral-inspired tiered treat for Diana and John’s museum wedding, and we are excited to share their design process with you…. Read More »

Something Old, Something New

The Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue wedding tradition is one that every bride has heard of (and heard of, and heard of). So today, we wanted to steer clear of the tried-and-true ideas for fulfilling each of these charms and offer up a modern-twist on a (very) old wedding tradition. Before we… Read More »

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