Hometown: Templeton, CA
I love spending time with my family. Bike riding, camping and hosting parties, playing with my kids, and having get togethers with family.
Fun Fact About Myself:
I did High School and College Rodeo.
What’s your favorite song to hear/play at a wedding?
Double Dutch Bus!!!
How long have you been in the event industry?
I grew up in Templeton on my family vineyard always eager to help my parents with their tasting room and events. I guess you could say I got my start as my dad’s helper at the BBQ. Growing up in this environment, I was exposed to how my parents engaged with customers and how the customers turned into friends.
After college I came back to Templeton in 2004 to help with my family’s Tasting Room, events and wine sales. I quickly found that events was what I was most passionate about so I started a side business that focused on wine events and weddings. The 46 West Wineries Group gave me a great start in running their non profit organization where we created a neighborhood map and hosted block parties! After 5 years of running my coordination business, I was lucky enough to become the Hospitality Manager at Robert Hall Winery- where I was able be apart of wine events and weddings from the facility side. After 4 wonderful years there, I decided to not return after having my second baby. But I could not stay away from events and joined the Kramer Team to be able to stay a part of incredible events and people!
What do you love most about being an Event Coordinator?
I love working in the wedding industry because I love the whole process of helping a couple create and execute their perfect day.
What’s your coordination style?
I hope people would say that I am calm and kind 🙂
What’s your favorite part about working for Kramer Events?
What’s your favorite part of a wedding?
The Grand Entrance, to see the Bride and Groom relaxed and ready to party. I have so many great memories of meeting different people and getting to know good families.
What general advice would you give a couple preparing for their wedding?
I would tell a couple to listen to their heart while planning. To keep in mind the most important parts of the wedding- food, drink and music!