With Jordan originally from Boston and Sean from West Virginia, when they decided to have their The Mane on Main wedding in the heart of Kentucky they wanted to showcase what they love about this state with their family and friends. Many of the guests had never had the opportunity to visit Kentucky before this […]
Ali & John’s Kentucky Garden Wedding The day I first met Ali & John stands out in my memory. It was January and cold outside. I wasn’t super familiar with Louisville at the time, so I had asked them to pick one of their favorite places to meet for our initial consultation. They chose a […]
How to plan for Plan B during the Covid 19 Pandemic (Photo by Ivan and Louise) So, you’re planning a Fall 2020 Wedding and who knows what that will look like, here’s what you need to consider. As the last several weeks have gone by in quarantine, with more and more Spring and Summer 2020 […]
Nicole & Corey’s Colorado Wedding Rocky Mountain I Do’s Nicole & Corey’s wedding was so special to me for a number of reasons. Nicole is my little (& only) sister. We’ve always been close, but as adults have become even closer. Planning this wedding for her was one of the greatest honors. Winding River Resort […]
Summer Lake House Wedding in Columbus, Indiana Karla and Peter’s wedding was a highlight of the 2018 season. So it seems fitting that I should show you their beautiful lake house wedding on their one-year anniversary. It shouldn’t surprise me at all that these two, with a love story like no other, would also have […]
Beautiful Bridal Bouquet Inspiration My favorite wedding bouquets of 2018 As we are getting into the full swing of the 2019 wedding season, I’ve been thinking back to all the gorgeousness that made up last year. I had the opportunity of working with so many incredibly talented wedding vendors. So let’s showcase some snippets of […]
Christy & Ty’s Kentucky Wedding I’m so very excited to finally share OUR Waveland wedding! Having been in the wedding industry for the past decade, I have the pleasure of being surrounded by beautiful gowns, flowers, stationery, and venues almost every weekend. Therefore, when it came time to begin planning our wedding, I knew we […]
Don’t let selecting a venue overwhelm you – follow the steps I used when choosing my own wedding venue.
When it comes to selecting a wedding venue it can be hard to know where to begin. You can spend hours and hours googling and after weeks of hunting still feel like you don’t have a clue. There’s so much info out there in cyberspace that it’s easy to become overwhelmed. So using my own upcoming wedding as an example, I’ll break it down into four easy steps.
“Time moves slowly, but passes quickly.” – Alice Walker
It feels like I blinked and suddenly I was at the end of my first year of business ownership. It’s incredible how quickly time passes.
One year ago, I launched Christina Burton Events. It was something I had been thinking about for awhile, but didn’t decide on until I learned we were relocating from Lexington, Kentucky to Indianapolis, Indiana because of my fiance’s job. Although not knowing a soul in the city you’re launching a company (especially one in such a relationship based industry) it can be a daunting challenge, it just finally felt like the right time to take the leap. I had spent the past nine years in the event industry, planning weddings and other events under different companies. Along the way business ownership never felt like the right fit, but when facing that move I felt as though the timing was finally right to tackle that new challenge.