ART TODAY 09.07.17: Thank you Renee Dalo, the wedding artist at Moxie Bright Events

by | Last updated Feb 2, 2019 | Published on Sep 7, 2017

Emily and Eric
A Moxie Bright couple

Continued from yesterday’s wedding…

Dalo has some tried and true philosophies that she brings to her clients and it is sound advice. Weddings can be expensive so Dalo suggests that you spend your money with people you like. “When you write a check to a vendor you should feel good about what you’ve spent, not feel drained. Love your vendors,” she says adamantly.

Another Dalo tidbit is an old adage that always bares repeating, “You get what you pay for.” Weddings require a different skill set so cutting corners in areas that need more attention is not a way to save money but it is a surefire way to create an unwanted headache. And lastly, “If it’s not worth it, don’t get it.” There is no need to spend your hard-earned cash on expensive tchotchkes that in the end is nothing more than garbage.

What struck me most about Dalo while she talked about Moxie Bright Events, was the look in her eyes that told me that this is a woman who is committed to her career. It’s refreshing to be with someone who not only loves what they do but does it well. “I don’t want to be everyone’s wedding planner,” says Dalo, I want to be your wedding planner.” And she accents that statement by saying that weddings are a special day not just for the couple but for everyone. “I care about the experience of every person at your wedding and I help my clients be the best possible hosts to their guests.”

When the question is asked and the answer is “yes,” after the celebratory phone calls to family and friends, your next call should be to Renée Scotti Dalo of Moxie Bright Events.

Read entire article at this link:

https://tribelamagazine.com/planning-wedding-put-moxie

http://Moxiebrightevents.com

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