It’s only been a little over a year since I tied the knot, but in that short period, times they have a-changed! During my year of planning, I created a Holy Grail binder of inspiration and kept it close at all times, just waiting for the next clipping to be entered. But now, with Pinterest and other idea-collecting sites, a whole new door has opened in the world of weddings. And with inspiration overload around every corner, hiring an event planner to help you comb through your virtual binder seems necessary more now than ever before! You’ll need someone on your side to help you hone in on your vision and then make it a reality-someone like Nicole from The Green Ribbon Party Planning Company. With the perfect balance of crazy-good creativity and calming-force organization, Nicole will help you create the most gorgeous, stress-free (and budget-conscious) wedding possible!
With a background in fashion + merchandising for some incredible companies (we’re talking Saks Fifth Avenue + Louis Vuitton, ladies), Nicole made the transition into events to combine her love for design and her budgeting prowess! After a stint interning for the Mindy Weiss, she took a leap and started The Green Ribbon Party Planning Company. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Offering packages ranging from day-of coordination (“Just the Bow”) to full-scale planning (“It’s a Wrap”) Nicole works hand-in-hand with her clients to help them craft the wedding of their dreams. Nicole’s passion for the industry and love for her job is evident in the crazy-gorgeous events she puts on. Contact The Green Ribbon for more details + information! Happy planning, lovelies! xo
Photo Credits: Row One: Katie Vowels for Annie McElwain / Row Two Left: Katie Vowels for Annie McElwain / Row Two Right: Karen Wise Photography / Row Three: Jennifer Rau Photography / Row Four Left: Karen Wise Photography / Row Four Right: Karen Wise Photography / Row Five: Karen Wise Photography / Row Six Left: Annie McElwain / Row Six Right: Annie McElwain / Row Seven: Jennifer Rau Photography