I’m a born planner and designer with a sentimental soul obsessed with handwritten notes. Most days, I'm snuggled up with my fur babies in my favorite velvet chair right here in Boston, Massachusetts – New Girl on in the background, sipping on a mint julep, munching on gluten free pretzels.
I’m all about the city life but find myself surrounded by the tones of nature - there’s nothing that inspires me more than standing on a mountaintop with a view for miles. Organization is my strong suit and I love to clean, but when it comes to putting my laundry away I’d rather do just about anything else (excuse the pile currently stacked on my chair). I’m an extrovert all the way and being married to an introvert definitely helps balance out my constant need for “doing.”
I (alongside my 2 lovely younger sisters) was born and raised in Victor, New York. After the graduation cap was thrown, I headed to college to study interior design. Not long after receiving my diploma, I discovered my passion for design was leaning more toward events and away from homes. It took a few design jobs to realize what I was meant to do with my career.
I started my event design and planning business in 2015 after unforeseen circumstances caused me to be the on-the-spot-day-of coordinator for my (now) brother and sister-in-law’s wedding. I am forever grateful for them trusting me with one of their most memorable days. It was just what I needed to push me into something I had been considering for a long time. So, I’m just hanging out, loving what I do with every bone in my body. I was born with the eye to design, the desire to plan, and the drive to execute. I know this is what God has created me to do and I can’t wait to share this experience with you, friend.
He’s the gin to my tonic, the pretzel to my beer - his never ceasing support, encouragement, and tolerance for my constant need for change are what make him simply the best. Not to mention he’s got the most selfless, kind heart. Oh, how could I forget those killer blue eyes (sorry ladies, he’s all mine). He provides all the patience (unless the Bills lose), when I have none which is most of the time.
Our 75 pound snuggle loving, ball obsessed, Vizsla mix. He is the perfect dance partner and sensitive soul, just like his dad. Rescued at seven months from down south and now exploring all the great doggie parks Boston has to offer. I never would have thought so at first, but, he’s my best bud.