Y’all, I get it… These past few months have been a whirlwind for everyone, especially planners and their 2020 clients. Can I get an amen?! Are you caught in the transition? Are you struggling to regain and maintain that crucial relationship with your clients and vendors when everything you planned is changing? Join me in the webinar recording below as I chat with Sonja Babich from Tiger Oak Media (publisher of bridal magazines like Minnesota
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The mountains serve as a gorgeous wedding backdrop, which is why Colorado mountain wedding venues are so popular with Denver and destination brides (see our Denver + Rocky Mountain Preferred Partners Lists for some favorites). Chancey Charm Denver Wedding Planner and Coordinator, Lauren Weidley, is sharing a few important items to consider when planning your Colorado mountain wedding. Cheers! -The Chancey Charm Team Photo: Tara Bielecki Photography Have a back up plan for bad weather. The weather for your Colorado mountain
If you don’t already have plans this weekend to binge your Netflix queue, can I interest you in a date night? I know that these are challenging times and planning a wedding feels at least 10x more stressful than it did just a few weeks ago. We’re heartsick for our couples who have had to postpone so far, for the ones still hanging in uncertainty, and for those who are unable to be together because of travel restrictions.
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Welcome to Chancey Charm! We’re a team of experienced wedding planners, in destination wedding locations across the country. With over 200 published weddings and editorials under our brand, we’ve served 650+ happy couples with custom design boards and inspirational sketches since 2011. We’ve been named a top planner by Southern Living Magazine and featured on Martha Stewart.