Dear Margaux,

Thank you for all of the hard you did to make Leslie and John’s wedding celebration so freakin’ amazing. I’m still shocked at how naive we were, thinking that we didn’t need any outside aid. It was a perfect night on so many levels, and it’s all because of your expertise, quiet professionalism, good humor and grace. Everything was terrific - the setting, the food (thank you Adam!), the atmosphere, all of it. October 4th was a day for the ages, and we couldn’t have pulled it off without you.

Much love,
Libby
With complete honesty, I can say that my wedding would not have happened without Margaux.
I was never a girl that gave much thought to the type of wedding I would have, combine that with my incredible ability to procrastinate, and I was in pretty bad shape by the time I met Margaux. Ten minutes into our first meeting I was so much more at ease about all the stress that inevitably comes from planning a wedding. She listened thoughtfully, and immediately started making what incoherent thoughts I’d been having come together and paint such a beautiful picture for me. I learned over the next year that having someone by your side who you can speak with comfortably and honestly, but knows when to push or reign you in is the best thing you can do for yourself, your partner and your wedding. In that last critical month before the wedding, Margaux went above and beyond the call of duty. She created such a beautiful and memorable day for my husband and our families. We are eternally grateful to her and have sung her praises to any newly engaged couples we’ve met since marrying. Do yourself a favor, stop searching and hire Margaux.
-Anna Concha
It’s hard to put into words just how capable Margaux is as a wedding plan. From her I learned that the true sign of a successful wedding planner is virtually no one gives a thought to all the good work that has been done. What people notice is what goes wrong. When everything comes off perfectly it just seems destined to happen. Not really, in our experience perfection has a name and that name is Margaux. Just a month before our daughter and son-in-law wed we attended a wedding, where everything that could go wrong did go wrong. People were herded to the wrong place at the wrong time. The worst of that was being rushed to be seated for dinner and then waiting an hour for it to be served. Everywhere we turned people were saying, “Who planned this event?” No one asked that question at our daughter’s wedding because everything went off like clockwork. Here’s the best part, everyone in the wedding party was able to enjoy a wonderful, stress free event never worrying about what was supposed to happen next, because Margaux was always a step ahead.
-Martin Brown