A wedding is a ceremony and its associated rituals by which two people vow to spend their lives together in marriage. Though it is basically a celebration of love and partnership, a wedding is tailored to a couple in a variety of ways, from their personality to their religious or cultural beliefs.
Margie Hicks Heath
How did I get started?
I was always that person who ended up organizing gatherings, trips and family events. From that, to the wedding planning and events business. I chose to be professionally trained. I have my degree in Office Administration. I am a proud honors member of the Association of Bridal Consultants (ABC), certification in Wedding Planning from Wake Technical College and yearly training with Sandals Resorts (Certified Sandals Specialist, WeddingMoons Specialist Training), etc.
Expertise in Wedding Planning
ABC offers comprehensive training programs, extensive networking, and on-going support. We’re in 50 states and 30 countries. We are real people doing real weddings. The times are changing and at a fast rate. The new norm for weddings across the world is now different. I have to stay educated, rethink safer ways to plan happy and safe celebrations post the pandemic using experience and my resources! How sweet is it to have professional training and the ability to network with hundreds of my peers across the US!
Why a Wedding Planner?
You’ll need help. A planner essentially juggles the roles of designer, budget manager, coordinator, legal counsel and so much more. Planners are a huge asset for busy couples who may both have full time jobs. Even for DIY brides, taking on all the details can be overwhelming no matter what. Planning a wedding is an occupation in and of itself. 3T can help keep your goals, theme and budget in check. You’ll almost certainly find yourself spending more time than you anticipated going deeper into the “wedding rabbit hole!”
Allow me and my team to make the wedding of your dreams a reality.