Lead Planner | Minneapolis
Ever since I was a little girl, weddings have been my world. (Surprise, surprise, right?) From playing pretend wedding with my dolls to being a flower girl in my first wedding at 6 to assuming the role of my sister’s maid of honor at the ripe age of 12, it’s impossible for me to get through a wedding with dry eyes. (I might even be tearing up as I write this…)
Born and raised in the Ice Cream Capital of the World (yes, that’s a real thing), I came to school in Minnesota, fell in love with a Minnesotan, and have been here ever since. I studied Sociology and Anthropology at St. Olaf College, and since have gone from teaching to advertising to recruiting. What I enjoy most about my life is connecting with people and helping them achieve their dreams, especially making the day they say “I do” to their best friend the best day ever.
I’m a foodie and kind of a lush, but don’t think I can’t throw down a pile of fried chicken with some PBR. I love trying new restaurants and recipes, traveling and exploring, getting lost and meeting new people. One of my favorite places in the whole wide world is Glacier National Park—I love the mountains. If I could live anywhere, I’d live in Melbourne, Australia. But my home will always be nestled under my guy’s arm with our puppy basset hound curled up next to us.
Given that I’m addicted to the blog “How He Asked”, the first question my couples will hear from me is “how’d you meet?” and “how’d you propose”. I love the little details and special touches of a wedding that make the day uniquely yours. And the perfect wedding is one that reflects the personality and love of the couple. So I want to help you make your day you.
Things I love: my hubby, my baby, and my puppy, my pillow, a great haircut, traveling, fine cuisine, Gilmore Girls and Grey's Anatomy, a dry rosé, crawling into cold sheets, pizza.
Things I wish I loved: pickles, yoga, driving, video games, rap music, cilantro.
Things that inspire me: fierce women, scripture, a strong cup of coffee, movies, watching marathons, meeting new people.