Our specialty is creating authentic wedding experiences rooted in telling your story.

We excel at custom design - building from the ground up in your own backyard or transforming popular event spaces.

This comprehensive service is for those who prioritize event aesthetics and desire an expert at the helm to create a one-of-a-kind experience.

Full Service Design walks you through a personalized process managing day to day design communication, joining and scheduling meetings and management of design installations on your wedding day.

Wondering how it works?

the process

We understand this is a unique offering to our local New England market, and we've created it to serve design-saavy couples. 

During our initial consultation, we will discuss your planning needs and help build your team from a logistics standpoint as well

Initial ConsuLTATION

Following our proven process for our Full Service Offering, our Desing-only parterships, allow us to exclusively focus on design, yet through the eye of a seasoned planner.

A comprehensive, 50+ page design Concept Deck is presented during this phase. 

This document begins to show you how your ideas can come to life in a cohesive and unique way.

Design concept + PRESENTATION

Upon design approval, we move to refinement.  

Custom design elements are put into production and we continue to refine our creative partner team.


We are finalizing details and beginning production ensuring your investment is flawlessly taken care of.

Our purpose in this phase is to allow you to relax and be present.  

Our team seamlessly feathers in with your logistics-focused planning team.  Overseeing all design production, your planning team can focus on what they do best knowing your special design is fully managed.



"She is not simply an intermediary relaying messages between vendor and bride, but a true creative who gets involved in the design process to make a vision truly come to life. I would (and will!) gladly work with her over and over, again and again."

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