Over the past month I have had the opportunity to shadow the very talented Audi Brown at Occasions by Audi. She is one of the most generous, kindest people out there. She spent so much time devoted to answering questions I had about her business, how she got started, and her favorite weddings she’s done. Since she shared so much with me, I am here to share what I learned on the job with you.
1. Have someone in charge of the bridal party. whether it be the maid of honor or a bridal assistant, make sure they know where to be and when to be there. Give them every little detail possible. The bridal party is the bride and groom’s closest friends and family. They have so much energy and excitement for the day, if you don’t have someone directing them you’ll lose them to distractions along the way (and there are plenty of distractions). Continue reading