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Posted By Krystal Dean, Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, March 17, 2020
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Hello,

My name is Krystal Dean, I am from Fort Worth, Texas.I am currently a full time Intervention Instructional Coach in Texas. I am taking this time to pursue my dream to help people celebrate some of the most special times in their lives. I have always had a creative side and have been helping friends with events for years. After recently helping my sister plan her wedding and planning my friends wedding, I decided to go for it and take the time to get my certification. This is something I want to pursue full time! So here I am ready to learn everything I can in order to have a successful business.

I have enjoyed my experience in this class so far. It has challenged me in many ways. Having a specific formula to plan events has totally changed how I plan events. I have always had organization to things but the A6 and A8 formulas have changed my mindset on how I plan things.

My couple wanted a  traditional black and white after five affair. Clean lines for the invitations, place setting and ceremony space. A low lighting ambiance to create a sense of romance. The wedding and reception will take place in a historical building in their hometown of Fort Worth, Texas during the fall.

Tags:  #UTA2020JOANNE 

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CWEP Project #1 - Mood Baord UTA2020JOANNE

Posted By Emily Burke, Sunday, February 9, 2020
Updated: Monday, February 17, 2020

Hello everyone!

 

My name is Emily Grace Burke and I am from Fort Worth, Texas! I am a twenty-one years old college student who has struggled to find her passion through traditional academics. I am so excited to be starting this course and am looking forward to all the promising experiences I will gain through doing so!

 

When I read that, in this assignment, we were to create a mood board, my mind flooded with various different themes and color schemes. Honestly, I probably created about five different mood boards before narrowing down to two, and now the final one.

 

This is a look at a modern and moody wedding. I wanted to do something that looked simple and effortless yet sophisticated at the same time. The colors really grab my attention - deep greens, blacks, and golds come together smoothly to create a unique and timeless look. Using the vintage art deco invitations paired with the modern "naked cake" combines the best of both worlds, in my opinion.

 

Thank you for viewing!

Tags:  #Assignment1.3  #CWEP  #moodboard  #UTA2020JOANNE 

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