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Posted By Alassandra Gournaris, Thursday, March 7, 2019
Updated: Thursday, March 7, 2019

Hello! My name is Alassandra Gournaris, and I'm from Kansas City. I am brand new to the "adult" world and currently work in sales. I have taken many business and marketing classes and anticipated launching a career in the corporate world, but after a few months of doing that, I now know that I need a career where I can be creative and be my own boss. I'm not very brave at making life changing decisions, but so far, I know that this course will be absolutely worth it.  I come from a big family, and I was always the designated "party planner" and I thrived on it. I have a passion for making people happy, and weddings are supposed to be the happiest moment of a couple's life. I want to help relieve the stress that comes with it. 

So far, this course has taught me so much about wedding traditions. There is sooooo much. I didn't know what I didn't know! Knowing the background and traditions and professional wedding etiquette will help me "set the stage" properly. I can't wait to learn more about other culture's beautiful wedding traditions and create my own mood board based on those. 

This mood board is loosely based on  a Mexican wedding. Bright colors, amazing food, buckets and buckets of flowers, and cacti. This would be a beautiful indoor or outdoor summer wedding for a fun-loving couple. 

I love this course and cannot wait to launch my career in such an amazing industry. 

(Also, feel free to follow me on Instagram @alassandragournaris hehe) 

Tags:  #CWEP #Project1 

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amya e. johnson says...
Posted Friday, March 15, 2019
hi my name is amya i just wanted to say while scrolling the colors are what caught my eye the most but I have to say seeing a beautiful Hispanic couple is truly the best. being black myself I think that showing your culture is always a must the wedding planning industry is amazing but I think we lack diversity I don't see a lot of black or brown people on many wedding magazine covers and I think you incorporating your culture into this project is what we need. thank you
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