It’s Official!

Yesterday I completed the two day Wedding Certification Conference with The Bridal Society and I can officially call myself a Certified Wedding Planner. certificate

When I first started Ever Wonder Events, I came into it thinking I knew what how to get everything started. But it’s true what they say – you don’t know what you don’t know – and taking this certification class has been very beneficial as a business owner. The experience itself is amazing and the content that Laurie goes through is so extensive that whether you are a seasoned veteran or a newbie – you’ll learn something! I am excited to see where this certificate leads me and my business and I can’t wait to share this journey with you! Happy planning!

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don’t forget the kit!

emergency kitPictured: Blotting sheets, lint roller, hairspray, band-aids, chapstick, safety pins, shout wipes, lotion, sewing kit, downey wrinkle remover, tide to go pen, tums, neosporin, advil, bobby pins, fashion tape, tissue, brush, and qtips.

Not pictured: Tampons, panty liners, claratin, altoids, and hand sanitizer.

 

 

 

 

We can all hope for the best and think that our big day will be stress free! But let’s face it – sounds too good to be true. Unless you have a fairy godmother that will make everything absolutely perfect, something¬†could go wrong (I emphasize¬†could because who knows – something might not). But we can all agree that being prepared for an emergency isn’t too bad of an idea.

Be prepared and put together your wedding day emergency kit! I put together my best friends emergency kit for her upcoming wedding and I feel that even with this I should still pack some other “just-in-case” things. But, I didn’t want to bring my whole bathroom – and I only had enough space for all this in that little bag. Make sure to have one for the bride and groom and have the maid-of-honor and best man take care of it. With all the pre-ceremonial celebrations going on as everyone gets ready, you never know what will happen. It’s best to be safe than sorry!

What other things do you suggest should be in a wedding day emergency kit?