My four top picks:
Stress is an ugly six letter word.
I don’t function well with being stressed out, as most people don't and it ends up being such waited energy. So, I work really hard to de-stress my clients so that we can enjoy the process of planning a wedding because it is really fun.
That is exactly how I envisioned it but better!
My design style is eclectic because my clients all have different ideas, traditions, needs and thoughts. It is my job to bring their vision to life and not push a design agenda that I think would work well for them. I feel confident in my ability to listen to a client’s vision and elevate it to a level that is beyond their expectation. I also make sure that my clients’ “champagne” ideas can be created on a “beer” budget.
Okay, angle that 2.467 degrees to the right...just a little bit more...a little more...stop!
I am a stickler for details, to a point that it is a bit of a joke with the staff that work with me. I had a staff member, say to another vendor this weekend, "Don't worry, I know Jenn and how she likes things done, better than I know myself."
Well there you go, smarty pants!
My doctorate degree studies is in organizational psychology and I bet you can believe being a psychologist really can assist during the wedding planning process. Working with clients during what can be an emotional filled time for them and something that is ultimately life changing (as getting married is), my educational emphasis in life coaching helps me to ease anxiety and insure that what we are accomplishing can stay focused on their love and their new life adventures. Will's doctorate studies is in Business Management. You can then probably guess, we have a pretty solid business foundation. He has us following the latest technology, staffing, and organizational trends.
Jenn's dad, Jack, looks like he may be doing a dance move called the "Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Mo" during an impromptu dance circle following dinner after our wedding. That house band at the little Italian restaurant had no idea what they were in for when they came to work that evening.