Best celebrity wedding: I'm not quite sure they're 'celebrities,' but I was obsessed with Will and Kate and then Harry and Meghan’s weddings.
Wedding crasher: I’ve been in 10 weddings, attended about 20 and planned well over 50.
Most fun wedding: It wasn’t one that I attended; it was one that I planned ironically enough. The bride was a Broadway actress, and half the guests were actors, singers and massively talented. The entire weekend was filled with musical performances by the guests (some were planned and some totally spontaneous). The icing on the cake was at the reception when the bride hopped up on stage and rocked out with the band (who also happened to be the band that performed at Billy Joel’s wedding).
Advice for the bride: Have a sense of humor, keep an open mind and be flexible. Some things are out of your control (like the weather) so always have a Plan B. Don’t worry about slight mishaps that are bound to happen. Focus on the reason you’re celebrating—getting married to the person you’ve chosen to spend happily ever after with.
Advice for the groom: Happy wife, happy life.
Advice for the wedding planner: One of my “superpowers” as a planner was the ability to always remain calm. Calm in front of my clients and calm in front of my team. I could be freaking out on the inside, but I realized that if I didn’t freak out on the outside, neither would my clients (or my team). My mother always told me that “everything has a solution” and it really does. It’s much easier to figure out the solution after taking a deep breath!