"The People-First Wedding Experience!"
As a child, I was immersed in a variety of different extracurricular activities including dance, soccer and figure skating. I did it all, and was fortunate enough to be able to do so. I had two very busy, hardworking parents, in both the arts and the healthcare field. It didn't take them long to figure out where I thrived most. I was prone to Saturday-night renditions of Shania Twain “live” in my basement, featuring my very own Barbie doll high heels, and when I wasn't doing that, I was caught practicing my "exaggerated" facial expressions in the plexiglass at the rink. I found beauty in the finer details, like paying close attention to the dandelions on the field, rather than the soccer ball. I was a firm believer in hosting ketchup chip parties to watch the Leaf's game and wearing my best dress to Sunday night dinner with my Italian family. There was nothing I loved more than creating an experience and performing in front of a crowd. I've been an entertainer since I can remember, it is where I feel most at home.
The Small Details
In 2016, I graduated from the University of Guelph-Humber with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and Media Studies, specializing in Public Relations. A true testament to the art of multitasking, I started a career in fundraising and event development, while also performing for more than 50,000 fans as a CFL Toronto Argonauts Cheerleader for three consecutive seasons.
My love of weddings took off in 2016, when I was given the opportunity to work with The Wedding Choreographers & Co, as a contract wedding dance choreographer for couples and their bridal parties. Since then, as an active philanthropist, I have planned and executed many successful events including walk-a-thons, home and garden tours and golf tournaments.
Through my work as a Promotional Brand Ambassador for Cotton Candy Event Staffing Inc. for several years, I have developed meaningful connections with various industry vendors and suppliers. I have gained an invaluable skill-set from a wide variety of event volunteer experiences, including the SickKids’ “party of the year," Scrubs in the City. My deep love for the arts has fuelled my affection for people. Recently, I co-founded "Dancers for Change," a movement that creates dance experiences for people, where passion and purpose come together.
My journey has led me here. With the hopes of pursuing my long- time dream of helping people plan one of the best day's of their lives, I became a Certified Wedding Coordinator through the Wedding Planners Institute of Canada (WPIC). I pride myself on nurturing positive working relationships with community members and the general public, ensuring that each interaction and experience has a unique impact. I look forward to working with you, so that, together, we can create your most memorable experience.