Wedding Planning & Event Design

Are you here because you took one quick look at a wedding planning checklist, got completely overwhelmed, and collapsed into a sobbing heap in the corner? Then full service wedding planning might just be the thing for you. 

Photo © Jeremy Lawson Photography
Sarah & Matt's Salvage One wedding. Photo © Jeremy Lawson Photography

You do only the parts of wedding planning that are fun and meaningful for you. I'll do the rest.

You get to ditch the wedstress and enjoy being engaged because I will:

  • Create a budget with you that is realistic and prioritizes the wedding things you want most – and help you stick to it.
  • Do all the crap you don’t want to do, including and especially all the research, phone calls, and emails.
  • Come out for you (if applicable) to vendors and make sure we’re only hiring those who enthusiastically support your relationship AND your wedding vision, no matter how traditional, offbeat, or super gay it might be.
  • Think about all the things that you don’t know you need to. You are free from ever having to calculate how much booze to buy or what time to schedule a hair appointment in order to get to family photos on time or any of the other eleventy million logistical needs that must be considered. I’m on it.
  • Narrow down all the options so that all you have to do is say “We like this one best, let’s hire them!” or “We hate all of these, bring us more choices.” or “We’re can’t decide between these two, help us.”
  • Manage all the information and the people involved and the things coming and going from day one until you ride off into the moonlight happily married – so you can actually enjoy your wedding.
  • Never, ever push you to spend more than you want, do things you don’t like, or make final decisions without you because it’s not my fucking wedding, it’s YOURS.
Photo © Christy Tyler Photography
Kiley & O'Neal's Ignite Glass Studio wedding. © Christy Tyler Photography

Does this sound like the thing you need? (Or hell, the thing you WANT?? Because it’s ok to want things.) Then click the button and let’s talk.

$9,000 - 12,000+

Wedding Planning & Design packages are customized just for you. Pricing is based on a number of factors, including what you may have already gotten done, the size and scope of the wedding, and the duration of our planning process. Travel is available – please view our travel policy here.

Partial planning packages start at $6,000 and include a hand-picked selection of services based on your needs, including Wedding Management. 
Virtual wedding planning options, which do not include Wedding Management or any travel, are available at substantially lower rates.

Availability: Full planning is limited to only ten clients each year in order to provide the best and most personal service, so please don’t wait if you think this is for you! I am currently booking for 2022 with 8 spots remaining. All weddings are subject to the COVID-19 policies below.

Aisle Less Traveled policies for new wedding bookings during the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • All weddings must comply with government and health department mandates, including gathering limits, masks, and social distancing.
  • 2021 Weddings
    • I am currently accepting elopements and micro weddings that are planned for fewer than 30 guests.
    • Dates are limited to keep at least one week in between weddings so that I can self-isolate for your and my protection.
    • I am only accepting new bookings for Seattle metro area weddings in 2021.
  • 2022 Weddings
    • Now booking weddings anywhere in the US with no restrictions!
  • If at any time the local guidelines are stricter than mine, weddings must adhere to the stricter local guidelines.
  • All Aisle Less Traveled contracts provide a no-fee reschedule if your wedding cannot be held as planned due to COVID.
  • These policies will likely continue change as the pandemic, and our national response to it, progresses. Please reach out if you have any questions about them before scheduling your consultation.
Tamara & Greg's Wiconsin wedding. Photo: Dutcher Photography