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BUN•DLE /bəndl/ to gather together.

“Bundle” was our family motto growing up. It comes from a 90’s movie my dad made us watch on VHS as kids. In the movie, this sweet old man gives some advice to a girl who has run away from home. He explains as they are gathering fire wood, that as a single stick, you can easily break. However, when you bundle a group of sticks together, it cannot be broken. To this day, when anything is happening both good or bad, one word will show up in the family group text: BUNDLE. It doesn’t matter what the situation is, we all make it a priority to come together and tackle life as a team verses alone. We know that we are all better together, than we are apart.


In the same way, as a planner and coordinator, my job is to bring all your vendors, all your details, and all your family & friends – together – to make your day stronger. Just like you and your fiancé. Coming together in marriage to become stronger as couple than you are apart.


BASH /baSH/ to party.

The “cheers!” part. The celebrate-with-your-people part.

The let-your-hair-down-and-kick-your-heels-off part.

The ditch-the-tie-and-jacket part.

The I-can’t-believe-I-just-married-you part.

The beginning-of-forever part.

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