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Kimberly Sweat setting a table
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Kimberly Sweat setting a table
Kimberly Sweat setting a table

If you’re interested in working with us, the best way to reach us is by either filling out the form or sending an e-mail to with your event details.

Pop the Bubbly!

"I'm pretty sure she was more exhausted than we were at the end of our wedding night! I never saw her off of her feet and the day went off without a hitch thanks to her hard work . We couldn't have done any of it without her and we can't recommend her enough. Thanks, Kim!"

Marc | Groom

"I had such a great time working with Kim. She's all about the details and works hard to deliver the most unique and personalized events!"

Kristabel | Friendor 

"Kim is always organized in her work and paid close attention to every single detail. We will always be grateful to her for leading us in the right direction and realizing our dream of having a fairytale wedding in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Muchas gracias, Kim!"

Mars | Bride


  • Where are you located?
    We are located in Austin, Texas, but travel throughout Texas. We love designing weddings at both new and familiar locations and are excited to travel anywhere. There is no place we wouldn’t follow our clients to make their vision a reality.
  • What is a discovery call?
    This is a video or phone call to get to know each other, your goals and expectations to determine if we are the right fit for each other.
  • Do you work with clients that are located out of state?
    Yes! We work with couples that live afar/out-of-state.
  • What types of events do you offer?
    Full service planning, partial planning, a la carte/consulting, event coordination & social event management and planning.
  • Can you plan the full weekend?
    Absolutely! We’d love to plan your welcome party, your wedding, your after party and your send-off celebration or brunch!
  • What is your pricing structure?
    Check out our Suite of Services. Our pricing is based on many factors; time of year, event location, guest count, scope of work, vendor availability, style and budget. We would love to connect to discuss and tailor a package for you to fit your exact needs. We work with clients who have different budgets & guest counts and have a package-based pricing structure.
  • Do I have to use your preferred vendors?
    We do not work from a set vendor list. We curate your vendor team based on the scope, aesthetic, and personality of your event. We do know and trust many great vendors who we will recommend based on these factors. Our suggested venues and vendors/suppliers have all been tried and true, which is a benefit when working with a planner who knows and understands the market. We are, however, open to collaborate with new venues and businesses as long as our customers are satisfied with their choice.
  • Will you be present at my event/wedding?
    Absolutely, after months of preparation, we want to be there on the day, not just to witness the beauty of everything come together, but also to make sure you can settle in and have a wonderful time.
  • Do you set up and break down the decor?
    We’ll set up minimal decor, however, if it’s an extensive installation, requiring muscles/heavy lifting or ladders, we’ll advise hiring a staffing agency to assist.
  • What is the difference between a venue coordinator and an event manager/coordinator and a full-service planner?
    Your venue coordinator is responsible for overseeing the set-up, food and beverage, and logistics as it relates directly to the venue itself. An outside wedding planner will coordinate and manage ALL logistics, communication, timeline, and design details with your entire vendor team. Many venues require a wedding or event coordinator at minimum.
  • Is your company insured?
    Yes, we are! We know how important this is for any business, especially in this industry.
  • What if my friend or bridesmaid can volunteer to assist? Do I need a coordinator?
    The short answer to that question is to remind you that your bridal party and family are invited guests and not staff. Do they have the personality for it; organized, remain calm under pressure, and display leadership in emergency situations? Can they quickly devise a Plan B if the cake doesn’t get delivered or the officiant no-shows? Are they reliable; are they the type that makes the offer of assistance but can’t be found when needed? One of the most important roles a coordinator provides is to shield the bride and groom from unneeded stress.
  • How far in advance should we book full-service planning?
    The sooner the better! Our availability can fill up quickly, especially during peak season, in addition to many venues, event vendors and talent for your big day, so booking early will ensure you have first pick for your dream team.
  • Should we hire a planner before booking a venue?
    It’s recommended, but not a deal breaker at all! Your venue accounts for a large percentage of your overall budget, so it's super important that you have your budget organized and broken down before you do site visits. You should also have a good grasp on your guest list.
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