I have really enjoyed working with Debbie and Kristen in the last couple of years, they are both professional and personable to work with. Their insight and knowledge about the wedding and event industry has helped my cake business. I've participated in their bridal events and have received perspective leads and booked future weddings from these events. They have also lead to great networking advantages which has helped my business thrive. - Carissa Hobbs, Owner of Cakes by Carissa
Something New for I Do has helped my businesses significantly in getting connected with other wedding professionals, having a better presence online and keeping me connected with upcoming events to be a part of. I know if I am ever looking for a good vendor because one of mine is unavailable I can contact Kristen or Debbie. Kristen has also been crucial to making Winey Blonde Events Co. have a better presence online by getting us featured in several different blogs and articles and creating our website.
Whether you need help with sales, marketing or connecting with other vendors, I highly recommend you use Something New for I Do to grow your business. - Karen Gramlich, Owner of Winey Blonde Event Co. & Rosabelle Manor
Along with Something New for I Do wedding public relations and marketing, we are also known for wedding branding in Atlanta. A wedding brand inspires individuality by helping you design a cohesive wedding look that reflects your style and story as a couple. It will lead you to think we (not just me) to ensure your wedding is a true extension of your taste and personalities. Whether you’re getting inspiration from one of the most beautiful styled shoots, or you simply want to nail a romantic elopement, there is a look and feel you have in mind. But there are so many components, moving parts and vendors that have to be involved to pull it all off. Important details and personal touches can be lost in translation. In order to have a wedding that comes together the way you envision it, you will want to set your wedding brand… and then carry it full-circle throughout the process.