Happy 2018!!! I can’t believe it’s been a year since I took a leap of faith and went full time with Emily Katherine Events. When I dove in last year, I had about 5 weddings booked for the year (it was a serious leap). But working full time has allowed me to put 100%
Letter from the Intern This summer Emily Katherine Events added a new addition to our team, our very first intern! After an awesome summer of weddings, open houses, and styled shoots, Cayla has joined our team as an Assistant Coordinator. At the close of her internship, Cayla wrote this letter for us.
In the wedding industry I am continually meeting amazing business owners with incredible stories and backgrounds. So I've decided to start a new blog series, featuring local event professionals in the Triangle area. These pieces will be a little peek into the lives of the my fellow business owners, a little bit about them and
Well I can't believe 2016 is at an end.... I'll be ringing in the new year at a wedding (of course), and 2017 is already shaping up to be a great year! It's been a whirlwind of a first year for Emily Katherine Events, and I'm excitedly planning and looking forward to all the events in
The first time I spoke with Caroline Cash (owner of The Prettiest Pieces) we were already talking about doing a shoot together. I asked her if there was anything in particular she was dying to showcase, and when she mentioned her blue and white collection I knew we had our winner. And then I was
Wedding videos are the best!!! And I'm only a little bit biased (I did spend 4+ years as a wedding videographer). But seriously, I 100% recommend hiring a videographer in addition to your photographer. I said in addition to, not instead of! They are two completely different media, and one cannot replace the other.
Celebration of Love Catherine and Rohit are getting married in India this November, but earlier this summer we celebrated their commitment in Durham at Duke Gardens. Fondly referred to as "Wedding Part 1", this summer garden ceremony was their state-side celebration of love, shared with their closest family and friends. Duke Gardens was the perfect
Today's guest blogger is a phenomenal women, whom I have had the pleasure of knowing for about a year now. Nancy Loeffler is a grief journey-guide. She helps others navigate through difficult times in their lives, by helping them to accept and process their grief. As a wedding planner I've seen brides honor loved ones at their
Backyard Wedding When Hanna told me she was having her DIY wedding in her parent's backyard, I was eager to help. She had her day pretty much planned out, with family and friends helping with the decor and details. And boy, does Hanna have an eye for design! She even created her own invitations and
Bridal Open House I recently had the pleasure of working with the North Carolina Museum of History to organize their summer bridal open house. I loved working with Cheri, the museum's special events director, and all the awesome vendors who helped showcase the museum's beautiful event space. Local Triangle wedding vendors came together to showcase their