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CWEP Project 1

Posted By Galit Yanai, Friday, February 14, 2020

Hello there!

My name is Galit and I'm very excited to share my first blog post on this blog.
I assume we all share the same passion to planning wedding in particular and events in general.

My journey started when I was 17 and my older sister got engaged- she was the first one in our family to get married, so we all got very excited about that and tried to throw the best and most fun wedding for the couple and guests.
As time passed, we started to feel the pressure of having so much responsibility. That's when I decided to take the lead and tried to do my best at helping my sister and taking some stress off her shoulder.
Within days I found myself designing her wedding dress, talking to the venue manager, choosing the right music with the DJ, making mood-boards for her to find the right hairstyle, and more... Suddenly I became 100% the center of information available for her, and by that gave her the time to enjoy every second of being engaged, instead of freaking out about the whole wedding planning.

Since then, I was helpful for many other friends and family members to plan their special events, and I always did it with a big smile on my face.

My main goal is to make my biggest dream come true and fulfill my endless desire to become a certified wedding and event planner!
I'm new to Lovegevity but I can already tell I feel like I'm in the right place.

My mood-board represents a summer, floral wedding, "the wedding of my dreams". When I imagine it I see a nice early summer evening, right before sunset, a little bit of wind blowing through the garden venue, and the smell of flowers and grass mixing up in the air. Floral arrangements and tiny icicle lights are surrounding the reception and ceremony area.

I would love to hear your feedback,
Galit

Tags:  #Assignment1.3  #CWEP  #moodboard  #Project1 

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