At One Fine Day Events we are constantly searching for fresh and vibrant spaces for our events to take place. It's the best feeling to completely fall in love with a new venue and get excited about all the possibilities for making an event there an experience that everyone will remember forever. One Fine Day's founder, Stephanie Martin, was recently interviewed by Venuelust - a company that shares our passion for unique celebration spaces around the globe. If this type of thing sparks your fancy as well, check out the full Q & A to hear Steph's advice on finding and transforming the perfect Lake Tahoe location for your wedding.
Venuelust is a digital media company that specializes in marketing “Off the beaten path” luxury venues for celebrations, getaways and experiences. It makes me giddy with excitement to visit their website and dream about what it would be like to, say, rent a private island for a family reunion. I really dig the site because similar to the philosophy behind One Fine Day Events, the website provides a customized experience. Depending on your style or event type you can search for venues that speak your language - from secret haciendas to castles to luxury safari camps! Here are a few that completely knocked my socks off.
We were recently interviewed by Wedding Lovely and are just tickled pink to share it with you today. Tracy with Wedding Lovely asked us a few questions about our company and what it's like to plan a wedding in Lake tahoe - Click below to find out why we love what we do!
Photography Credit: Kirsty Edwards Photography
One Fine Day Events is a Lake Tahoe wedding planning company based in the heart of Tahoe City. We specialize in hand tailored Lake Tahoe weddings at private estates and lakefront properties.
Yahoo! We have been invited to be a member of Style Me Pretty's Little Black Book! I am so thrilled, excited, and honored to be included in this coveted collection of wedding professionals! To check out One Fine Day's profile, click on the image below!
This past summer, I worked with a very creative florist, www.Grandi-flora.com. For the ring pillow, instead of using a white pillow with a ribbon attached for the ring, she created a beautifully natural ensemble. Banana leaves wrapped the base complimented by a collection of three different flowers, each small and dainty, yet bold and sophisticated. The flowers met the willow twig just off the center of the pillow. The willow twirled into two branches: one looped round to meet the flowers; the other stood soundly holding the two rings. The ensemble created an effervescent twist to the traditional ring bearer's pillow. Here are a couple more pictures of Grandiflora's ring pillows. The photo on the far right matches the description above.