I recently planned a wedding where my bride wanted to showcase her "somethings". She used a template that was given to her and incorporated it with her table numbers. It listed out what each of the Bride's "somethings" were...something old, new, borrowed and blue.
Following that it described an early American custom, which is as follows: An Early American Custom was for the bride to pin a small pouch to her wedding petticoat. This pouch contained a small piece of bread, cloth, wood and a dollar bill. This ensured that there would be enough foo, clothes, shelter and money for the newlyweds. The pouch is in the groom's pocket.
The recently married, Nicole Conway, owner of Conway Creations and Events, established her company in pursuit to follow her dream. In 2007 she received her certification from WPI and began her career. She has since been recently selected to share her knowledge and expertise with students through LWPI's certification course. She will be teaching aspiring students how to become successful wedding planners while also giving them the hands on experience and exposure to lots of different types of local wedding vendors.
In 2010 and 2011 Conway Creations was honored to receive Wedding Wire's “Bride's Choice Award”.
Clients love working with Nicole because she sincerely cares about them. She listens carefully to understand her clients' desires and utilizes her vast resources and exceptional coordination and organizational skills to help bring their visions to life. She is creative-minded and driven and always welcomes the next big challenge life has to bring. She loves sharing in the most important day of people's lives.
What does Nicole like the most about being a Wedding Planner? "Definitely the dream come true that I helped to create."