Wedding Planning In Santa Fe Made Easy!

I am happy to help your vision of your wedding be realized!

Along with creating and officiating a beautiful meaningful wedding ceremony for couples, I have now begun to use my 28years of wedding experience to assist couples in their wedding planning.  Serving in “making it all a simple process” for couples to find their perfect location and  vendors.  What I like to do is “hear” from you what you envision; “listening” to you describe your perfect day.  I will then, with conversation and agreement, check on the availability of locations and vendors for your wedding date, set up appointments for you to visit, and go with you if you would like. I am then happy to answer any questions and offer any information from my experience to help you make your decisions.

In this way, you can save time in searching for not only your perfect location, but your florist, photographer, cake, hair and makeup and other essentials.  My fees are by the hour, so you can use my experience in Santa Fe wedding planning as little or as much as meets your comfortability with planning yourself.

If you want more services than I can offer, I will certainly refer you to other wedding planners here in Santa Fe that can meet your further needs. I am happy to assist in this way, whether I am your minister/wedding officiant, or if you have another.

For some couples, just a little help leading in the right direction is enough, and I am happy to serve you in this capacity, as well as create and officiate your perfectly envisioned wedding here in our Land of Enchantment and City Different!

Fall Can Be Santa Fe’s Biggest Wedding Season.

Many are surprised by our luscious colorful Fall here in Santa Fe.  Our Aspens, Cottonwoods, Elms, and even a few Maples, grace our town with hues of yellows, golds and reds.  And most days are still warm; sometimes even into November, with our New Mexico sun heating our 7000ft. town.  Outside venues for an intimate or large wedding are generous here, with options to move inside, if your day becomes a forecast of winter to come.