Intentional Wedding Planning + Wedding Design

 intentional event planner + designer



It’s the big day.

You spent the morning doing sunrise yoga with your pals, then you took a bubble bath with flower petals and extra bubbles. Now, you’re sipping champagne while thoughtful pros do your hair and makeup. You got a sneak peek of the reception area earlier - it took your breath away! You’re pumped. Everything is such a true reflection of who you two are as a couple. 

That, my dear, is how I want you to feel on your wedding day. Calm. Joyful. Loved. 


I'm Kristin. I’d be honored to help you and your partner create memories you’ll cherish forever.

I’ve been a planner my whole life. My creative spirit, attention to detail and love of logistics are what first led me to a career in the music industry. But in 2009 my then-boss asked me to apply my skills to a more personal project: her wedding. She gave me a generous budget and a guest list and asked me to take care of the rest. Aside from her dress search and a cake tasting I scheduled for the happy couple, the elements of their wedding day were a complete surprise to them.

The couple was married in a quaint chapel and hosted an incredible backyard reception at their home that went well into the early morning hours. I became totally smitten with crafting cozy, intentional events. Shortly after, I transitioned out of the music industry and into corporate event marketing and hospitality, where I managed a NASCAR sponsorship for a multi-billion dollar manufacturing corporation before moving on to execute global events for a high-growth tech start-up. Now I plan and design beautiful, intimate weddings in Nashville, Cincinnati and wherever love takes me. My work is a fun, challenging mix of strategy and thoughtful creativity.

I absolutely love what I do.

Your wedding should be a unique celebration of you and your partner: both who you are as individuals and who you are as a couple. Whether you’re a lover of tradition or perfectly unconventional (or a healthy mix of both), your wedding day should be a reflection of your love, taste, humor and values. Whether you want to:

  • Travel with your nearest and dearest to your favorite hideaway for a sweet and simple ceremony;

  • Nix the bouquet toss;

  • Rock your mama’s veil;

  • Tie the knot on a Tuesday because it falls on the anniversary of the first “I love you”; or

  • Serve brioche French toast at the reception because your partner makes you the tastiest brunch every Saturday...

My goal for you is that it is thoughtfully and distinctly you.