If so, then you already know a lot about me.
I often joke that the movie is my life on DVD (except that I somehow missed out on getting royalties). You name it, and I’ve probably had that role at a wedding. Then in 2006, my best friend was getting married, and she asked me if I’d be willing to coordinate. She was planning the wedding from out of town, and since I knew her so well, she trusted me with assisting in this way for her big day. Her wedding went smoothly, I had a lot of fun, and thought that my coordinator experience would end there.
But through the years, I had numerous friends/family ask me to coordinate their wedding. I had a lot of fun helping my friends out in this way and providing them with a stress-free wedding day. In 2016, I started my business and it unexpectedly grew at a pace that I never could have imagined. I coordinated 7 weddings that year and began coordinating for couples that I hadn’t previously known. I continued to realize that God gifted me to be able to serve couples in this way, and has given me a passion for what I do.
I am so grateful for all of the couples that I get to meet and work with as they plan for their wedding day. Each wedding is unique and special in its own way. I am a relational and a logistically-minded person; wedding coordinating is the perfect combination of those two traits. My passion is to focus on the details so that you can focus on forever.
I’m often asked if I Do Details is my full-time job…it is not. I call it my part-time passion. In addition to wedding coordinating, I work full-time at Dutch Valley Food Distributors as their Operations Project Coordinator. I am blessed to be a part of the Dutch Valley family and enjoy both my full-time job and the opportunity to run my part-time business working with engaged couples and their families.
Things I Love
- Being an aunt
- Ice cream
- Riding motorcycle
- Family time
- Spa days
- Real and raw conversations
- The Mountains