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Wedding Planners

    • Mindy Weiss

      With clients as diverse as Heidi Klum, Gwen Stefani, Neil Diamond, and Jessica Simpson, Mindy Weiss is known for her attention to detail, and for weddings that are anything but cookie-cutter.


      Planner Tip:
      If you have a garden, use it. Garden flowers are just as good as the florist’s. Right now, I love bougainvillea.

      Mindy Weiss
      • Preston Bailey

        Panama-born Preston Bailey has whipped up breathtaking events for Matt Lauer, Oprah Winfrey, and Donna Karan. The secret to his success? “The ability to see a space in its entirety and design accordingly, making use of every inch available.”


        Planner Tip:
        Include a signature statement, no matter what your budget or your design— like hundreds of paper cranes dangling from the ceiling. This is what makes a space memorable.

        Preston Bailey
        • Colin Cowie

          This master planner considers his ability to design using all five senses to be his strongest asset—not to mention what keeps bold-faced names on his speed dial. “The success of an event is based on how we manipulate and enhance what you touch, taste, smell, see, and hear!”


          Planner Tip:
          No matter how large or intimate the gathering, whether a big wedding or a dinner for eight at home, identify a color theme first and build from there.

          Colin Cowie
          • Yifat Oren

            “Listen to the client—even if it’s yourself.” For Yifat Oren and her team, this is critical, and shapes the entire event. “My team and I spend a considerable amount of time getting to know our clients’ passions.”

            Planner Tip:
            Consider stringer bulbs (not twinkle lights), which can look very European and beautifully haphazard. Candles should be used as accent lighting, not your primary source.


            Yifat Oren
            • Jung Lee

              Lee and her team at Fete NYC are known for producing highly sophisticated, glamorous environments that are layered with details. It’s an approach she likens to creating great cinematic scenes.


              Planner Tip:
              Consider the floor plan. This is paramount to how your guests will interact with and experience the space. You want intimate areas, even if you’re entertaining 500.

              Jung Lee
              • Sylvia Weinstock

                This legendary cake designer (and former elementary school teacher) iced her way to success by developing a signature sugar paste flower that remains her signature more than 50 years later.


                Planner Tip:
                The best time to prepare a cake is 48 hours in advance, so there’s time to bake, chill, slice, ice, and chill again. Never, ever freeze a cake!

                Syliva Weinstock
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