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  • Engagements ~ Callie and Philip











    When our beloved Curator of Dazzle, Callie, got engaged last summer, we knew we were about to plan one of the best parties of 2015 – her wedding!

    Callie and Philip were joined together in union on June 13, 2015 at St. Marks Catholic Church. While this couple never misses an opportunity to share their sense of humor and fun antics, the ceremony was a touching and special tribute to the love they share.

    As guests made their way into the Molly Shi Boren Ballroom for the reception, they were met with a beautiful scene hand-selected by Callie herself. Tables were dressed in subtle shades of ivory and champagne and surrounded by Chameleon Chairs in mixed metals, while the head table and cake table glistened with ivory sequin overlays atop. Elegant floral in shades of pink (Callie’s favorite color) graced each table. Up-lighting in the same shade immersed the Ballroom and created a magical effect on the glistening mirrored bars and sequin draping throughout the room.

    As the evening progressed, toasts were shared, cake was cut and the party began. A surprise appearance by Boomer created buzz and excitement, and great music had everyone dancing the night away. In true Callie and Philip fashion, every guest left with a smile on their face reminiscing the great times and memories shared that day.

    We could not be more excited for our Callie and her happily ever after, and can’t wait to see what the future holds for the Pedlows!

    We love you!

    ~ E

    Photography: Robby & Savannah; Adrian Buendia | Wedding Styling & Production: Eventures | Bride’s Dress: Mori Lee from JJ Kelly | Hair and Makeup: Shanna Fox | Stationery: Whitney Tatum | Cake : Amy Cakes | Ceremony Venue : St. Marks Catholic Church | Reception Venue : Molly Shi Boren Ballroom | Reception Entertainment : Adrian Buendia with Nexus Productions | Floral : New Leaf Florist | Linens, Lighting, Chairs, Bars & Draping: Eventures

  • Engagements ~ How to work with a wedding stylist



    A planner is not always a stylist – and vice versa.

    I am a stylist who specializes in creative vision, production and logistics.  In other words, my objective is to develop your vision, create it and execute it.  I’m also happy to refer vendors to you, then turn around and manage these vendors throughout the wedding process.  I have played the role of both stylist and planner, though stylist is always my primary role.  Sometimes there may be tasks or errands I do not “specialize” in that my brides request.  I’m always happy to refer a planner or other merchant to fill in the blanks! 

    My advice – Take the time to figure out what planner/stylist scenario will work best for you and your wedding needs.

    A bride can have both a planner and a stylist, and I believe in some cases she should!  

    ~ Brittany


  • I already have rentals… do I need a Stylist as well?

     I’m already renting all of my decor items from you…why do I need a Stylist as well?

    Anyone can drop off rentals for your wedding reception, but only someone with an eye for styling can be trusted to add special personal touches in an artful and meaningful way. A real Designer takes the time to create a look that is polished from start to finish.


    While we are happy to provide purely a rental service to our brides, we highly recommend utilizing our styling and production services to ensure your vision turns out exactly as you dreamed it would. The day of the wedding shouldn’t be spent running around and stressing about the finishing touches. Where is the enjoyment if your day is filled with worry? You should relax and enjoy your time with friends and family on your wedding day, and most importantly, your new spouse.

    Let professionals handle the planning and design! You truly won’t regret it.




  • Do I need a wedding stylist and a wedding planner?



    The role of a Wedding Stylist is a relatively new term to many brides.  Today we discuss how your wedding can benefit from utilizing both a Planner and a Stylist.   

    Can I have both a Planner and a Stylist, or do I need both?

    It’s always a great option to utilize both a Stylist and a Planner!  A Stylist will keep your overall design cohesive, while your Planner will keep your life organized.  

    At Eventures, we offer a variety of services for our brides, including styling and full event production. Full production includes many of the logistical elements brides request during the planning process, such as handling all contracts and payments with third party vendors, constructing and maintaining a custom diagram of your reception space, creating your event timeline and providing on-site representation and coordination on your wedding day. 

    We see your day as more than just a wedding – it is an event and experience that people will remember for years to come.  Our full production services create a seamless event logistically from start to finish, resulting in an unforgettable wedding for you to enjoy.



  • Wedding Stylist vs. Wedding Planner



    The term “Wedding Stylist” is relatively new to many brides.  Let’s take a moment to clarify the role an Event and Wedding Stylist plays on your wedding day, and how it  differs from a traditional Wedding Planner. 

    What is the difference between a Stylist and a Planner?

    Basically, an Event Planner takes care of the more personal details of the wedding planning process, while an Event Stylist focuses on the aesthetics and overall atmosphere of the event. 

    A planner can oversee aspects including, but not limited to:  Wedding attire, ordering invitations & handling RSVPs, limos & transportation, guest accommodations & room blocks, meetings with wedding officiant and overall personal assistance during the wedding day.  

    A stylist can oversee aspects including, but not limited to:  Developing a custom design, partnering with florist and other vendors to create and maintain cohesive styling throughout all facets of wedding, creating the overall day-of vision through fabric, décor, flowers and lighting, and overseeing all design aspects during the wedding day. 

    Both a planner and a stylist are very important, and neither should be overlooked!