2015 Top Six San Francisco Bay Area Wedding Planners and Event Planners – from a top candid documentary san francisco wedding and engagement photographer

2015 Top Six San Francisco Bay Area Wedding Planners and Event Planners – from a top candid documentary san francisco wedding and engagement photographer

2015 Top Six San Francisco Bay Area Wedding Planners and Event Planners

1. Sullivan and Botello Events LLC

2. Kristen Seaholm, Solage Hotel and Resort

3. Sanford Marshal, The Wedding Coach

4. Corina Beczner, Vibrant Events

5. Sarah Gallardo, SWC Consultants

6. Katherine Noller-Fernandez, Custom Celebrations Wedding Planning & Event Design

 

I recently had the opportunity to meet in person with the top wedding and event planners of 2015. These individuals and teams are spectacular. They all go above and beyond and I could not be happier to recommend each and every one of them to help you with your wedding planning. Every week I will be featuring a full interview with each company, but below I have some highlights of each of them.

 

1. Sullivan and Botello Events LLC

Frederick Sullivan and Jaime Botello are the talent behind the company. They cater to the LGBT community and are always trying to make theirs a “wow” event, paying close attention to the clients requests and needs, and always strive to give more of themselves so they can truly feel proud of what they’ve created for their clients.

Full interview on April 1, 2015

 

2. Kristen Seaholm, Solage Hotel and Resort

Kristen Seaholm is the Wedding and Event planner at Solage and believes that trust is the core of job. She continually strives to create an open relationship with her couples and maintains that relationship with monthly conversations before the day of the event. She especially loves seeing all the hard work she and the couple have put into the event and making it as special as it can be.

Full interview on April 8, 2015

 

3. Sanford Marshal, The Wedding Coach

Sanford Marshall has been in the event planning business since 1998. He is a great listener and feels it’s important to involve each individual couple in the planning process to ensure the most successful outcome. Connecting with his clients is critical to him as it allows for them to trust him and be open minded about his vision for their wedding day.

full interview on April 15, 2015

 

4. Corina Beczner, Vibrant Events

Corina Beczner is the brains and the brawn behind Vibrant Events. She is truly passionate about what she does and puts her full self into it. Her clients are sweet and kind just like her and range from all over the Bay Area and the world.

full interview on April 22, 2015

 

5. Sarah Gallardo, SWC Consultants

Sarah Gallardo is a master of the modern classic wedding. She is inspired by pop culture from all generations and especially loves planning for weddings that have a 1940s feel. She is incredibly organized but also laid back which is great a quality for her clients.

full interview on April 29, 2015

 

6. Katherine Noller-Fernandez, Custom Celebrations Wedding Planning & Event Design

Katherine Noller-Fernandez has been in the wedding planning industry for  years. Her follow up with her clients, vendors, and teams is impeccable. Keeping her clients on task and making sure that the wedding planning process and actual wedding run smoothly and on time, as well as always making sure she has a plan B to fall back on, sets her apart from others in the industry

full interview on May 6, 2015

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