Y’all. I’m so excited to celebrate my dear friend Stacy today. Excuse me because this is going to get a bit gushy. I started this series (Makers Gotta Make) a few months ago to highlight and acknowledge businesses where the owners are really hustling, putting their hearts into their work, and creating something magical that I believe in. Stacy’s new company, They So Loved Events, perfectly encapsulates those ideals. She is quite literally the hardest working gal I know, and her work is all heart.
Stacy is no stranger to these parts. You may remember her from when I featured her in my Blog Crush series or when she contributed to the Get Away with Series. She’s a dear friend and a business role model, and she’s cheered me on throughout the years on my many risks and adventures.
Stacy can do anything she puts her mind to, and she is dedicated and fearless. She is the best negotiator I’ve ever seen, and she always ends up producing/wearing/owning the most flawless and stunning things for almost nothing. She’s like a frickin’ magician y’all. Now why am I telling you all of these things about Stacy?
Because imagine if all of these qualities came together in an event planner. I mean, that’s like the best event planner you could imagine, right? stylish, timeless taste. Check. the best deal-getter who will negotiate to the very last breath to get you the fairest rate. Check. a creative visionary who can make anything and execute on the most minute details and timelines with joy. Check. Don’t you want that kind of wedding/birthday/shower/party planner to help you orchestrate the most important celebrations of your life? Thought so.
Stacy has more than seven years experience planning events, and she’s a maven. I’m so proud of her for following her dream and putting her magic out there.
Cheers to you, Stace! Congrats on your incredible new company and thanks for being such an amazing friend and inspiration.
Make sure to visit Stacy’s beautiful new site and find her on social media (even if you’re not looking for an event planner, you’re going to want to follow her amazing work):
*This post is totally not sponsored. Stacy is just awesome. Thanks for indulging my gush.