Tag: Jewish Wedding
As a Jewish wedding planner of 17 years, people always ask me, “What is the most unforgettable event that you have planned?” Let me tell you about my first wedding as a professional planner. It all started out very smoothly; I lined everyone up to go down the aisle and the ceremony went off without a hitch. Immediately following, the sister of the groom became ill. She was, of course, the mistress of ceremonies for the evening. After sitting with her on the bathroom floor, I realized that she was not going to recover any time soon, so I immediately changed the plan. I re-worked the schedule and asked the brother of the groom to take over as emcee. With the first crisis resolved, I thought we were in the clear. You won’t believe what happened next…
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Michelle and Ryan’s Wedding yesterday at Angus Glen Golf Club, it was truly a magical day and what an amazing couple. It was a pleasure to work with Michelle and Ryan, and yes they are as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside.
I am honoured to be participating in the Girls Gone Glam, women’s only fundraising event by the Yasmin chapter of CHW, event will be held on May 9th at the Kehila Centre. I am excited to be donating these kleenex packs for the goodie bags that will be distributed to the guests.
With wedding season just around the corner I thought I would talk about the Top 10 Questions that are asked by my brides and grooms. For the majority of my clients this is the first large scale party that they have ever planned so they are faced with so many questions and I want to be there for them to answer all of their questions and concerns.
Q. What time does the planner come and what time do you leave?
A. I usually start my day a half an hour before the photos begin so that I can help prepare the bride for her pictures. I am also there to distribute the flowers to the bridesmaids and pin on all of the boutonnieres on the groomsmen. I usually help the bride get into her wedding gown as … Read More »
So do you love “Say Yes To The Dress” as much as I do, guess who is opening a shop in Toronto, Kleinfeld Bridal is scheduled to open downtown Toronto next year at the Bay on Queen. I can’t wait to visit the new store. What do you think?