About Ceremony Design CompanyWe know you’re out there! You read Style Me Pretty, Southern Weddings and Green Wedding Shoes (just not when the boss is around!). You love the idea of DIY to save money, but mounds of free time to complete said projects doesn’t exist in your life. You’re likely working hard 9-5 and paying for your own wedding. You’re on the search for a wedding “look” already put together so that you can concentrate on the fun part!
Being on a tight budget doesn’t mean your only options for ceremony decor are bamboo arches draped in fake roses, with ferns. No, it doesn’t mean your ceremony musicians have to play steel drums because that sounded “beachy” to the person who assembled your package 10 years ago. Oh, and it doesn’t mean feeling pressured to spend more than what your personal budget allows! It’s nice to have options, isn’t it?!
We’re launching 7 concepts, with 3 Tiers in each concept, with the hope that one will suit your needs. We searched for the best quality products we could find, such as the beautiful brooch bouquets we had special-made. All of our flags were sewn by a local seamstress, and include a luxurious heavy ivory linen, a duponi silk, and a cotton searsucker fabric. The grapevine in our rustic cross set-up, was ordered from California vineyards. We knew we had to have something chevron in at least one of the set-ups! You’ll find a bright yellow and white chevron aisle runner in our one-of-a-kind surfboard set-up, The Sienna.
With every design concept, we had you in mind. We wanted our preppy girls to feel right at home. We wanted the rustic brides to have beach options. And most importantly, we wanted to send the “warm and fuzzies” to your wedding day budget spreadsheet.
Cheers, and thanks for stopping by!
I'm including this little post for those of you out there who like to read everything you can about a business you are thinking of hiring, or maybe you're just researching, and it's important for you to feel a connection with us. I do the same thing, in case you were wondering. I need to know there's a person on the other end!
Ok, here's the CV/411/scoop:
First, in 2008, I started an on-location makeup business called Two Fishes Artistry. I've worked as a makeup artist in our area since 2005. (Photo credit: Vue Photography)
Then, in 2010, I started A Bride's Ride. We rented antique vehicles for a bride and groom's "Grand Exit." It was sold to a wonderful man named Al, in 2011. (Photo credit: Goode Green Photography)
In 2012, I began working on a "budget-friendly" wedding ceremony solution for stylish brides, Ceremony Design Company. Ta-daa! (super cute logo credit: Jared Knetzer)
More than you ever wanted to know "About Me"....
What's your next travel destination?
London. There's a show on Netflix called Monarchy. A) So addicting. Completely riveting. B) It made me really want to see what I learned about.
Wedding trend you hate to love.
CDs as favors. I really love listening to them in the car. (But only if they are 100% hip, and by hip I mean, they've got oldies but goodies, some sing out loud songs, some put-you-in-a-good-mood-instantly jams.)
Wedding trend you love to hate.
Best wedding advice in one sentence.
Keep it real, and hire a wedding planner.
Favorite take-out food.
Zoe's in Destin Commons. It's always a struggle--Chocolate cake before my Grilled Chicken Salad or after.
Coco Mademoiselle in the Fall/Winter, Chloe in the Spring/Summer.
Best wedding favor you've ever seen.
Potted Rosemary at a Rosemary Beach wedding. It just fit.
The Knot, Brides or Martha Stewart Weddings.
I love them all, but I buy every issue of Southern Weddings, without a doubt.
What's in the warehouse you're dying to see in a set-up?
Easy--it's a gigantic rustic ferris wheel, a 3 gable rustic bird cage, and 2 orange life preserver rings. I cannot figure out where or how to use these. One day...
Reality Shows, News or PBS.
I'm a PBS fan. Downton Abbey, Call the Midwife, National Geographic.
What's the one thing you carry on a wedding day?
My phone. (and a lip balm)
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