A Midwest girl born and raised, wife to my college sweetheart, tried and true extrovert, and a loyal daughter, sister & friend. 

I believe that my purpose is to serve others through creativity, inspiration and unconditional love – and as an Event Planner & Designer, I’m so grateful to live that purpose day in and day out.

I’m passionate about making a positive impact on those I serve and building fruitful relationships with my clients that turn into cherished friendships for years to come. 


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The movement, color, and texture showcased throughout this gallery were designed with the intent to inspire and excite the soul. I hope you enjoy them as much as I.





5 Ways Canva Benefits my Business

Canva is a free graphic design online tool that is user-friendly and extremely valuable to any form of business. *They do offer a paid version which has a few more capabilities, you can learn about here: https://pegfitzpatrick.com/everything-you-need-to-know-about-canva-for-work/  I chose to stick with the free version as it has all the capabilities that I need for […]

December 4, 2018


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Full Service Wedding Planner, Partial Planner, Month-of Coordinator and Venue Coordinator, Explained

When it comes to your client experience, educating potential clients on your services and process is crucial. One of the first and most essential conversations I like to have with my clients is properly explaining the difference between a full service wedding planner and partial planner, day and month of coordinator, and a venue coordinator. […]

October 3, 2018

Business, Planning

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How Batching Your Work Helps with Productivity

Batch your work helps with productivity and my ability to get *stuff * done. We all feel it… there are so many tasks to get done in a day and the to-do list seems never ending. Let alone finding time to plan out your business goals and create amazing content for your followers…while keeping the […]

June 20, 2018


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5 Steps to Take Before You Quit Your 9 to 5

One month ago I quit my 9 to 5. I’m sure that sounds scary to most. It was scary for me. I was excited, anxious, nervous, joyful … almost any emotion you can name, I felt at some point or another before resigning. But most of all, I felt prepared. I had set myself up […]

May 23, 2018

Business, Personal

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5 Tips for Growing Your Business in a New City

As I prepare for the month ahead, my transition as a full-time wedding planner, and our move to Pittsburgh, I have decided to take some time to reflect on the past couple of years and the lessons I’ve learned on growing my business in a new city. I’m an Ohio native, have been a Baltimore […]

May 16, 2018


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