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Omaha, Nebraska Wedding Planner and Event Designer

Join our Team: Intern Search!

Wedding season will soon be upon us, and our team could use an extra set of hands. We’re excited to announce that we’re searching for one to two amazing interns from mid-March through October (depending on intern availability)! Interested? Read on!


  • proficiency in Photoshop
  • availability on two afternoons a week to work in our office and on Saturdays for event production
  • exceptional organizational skills
  • attention to detail
  • high level of creativity


Duties Include:

  • office organization and decor/supplies management
  • design project resourcing
  • crafting, crafting, crafting!
  • shipping assistance
  • basic errand running
  • day-of wedding production assistance

How To Apply:

Send an email to with the following:

  • Your Resume
  • A Cover Letter – Let us know why you would be a great fit!

Application Deadline:

We will be accepting applications until Friday, February 6th. Please include Summer Intern in the subject line of your email.

Note: We’re looking for someone who will go above and beyond, so get creative with the application process and catch our attention!

Photo by our friends, The Mullers


Featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs

We thoroughly enjoyed working with Katie and Brian to create their classic country club wedding.  The neutral color palette with pops of blush and pink were the perfect backdrop to showcase this lovely couple.  On a beautiful day in May, guests enjoyed a delicious meal of fresh greens tossed in a champagne vinaigrette, filet mignon with gorgonzola cheese, grilled asparagus and carrots.  A night of dancing was topped off with a sweet treat favor from the Cordial Cherry.

Check out more details of their big day on Elizabeth Anne Designs and on our portofolio page.  A special thank you to Megan King Photography for creating such beautiful photos.


his and hers sweets: dia de los muertos

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Now for the second post in our His and Hers Sweets blog series with Goldenrod Pastries and Jenny Rawson Photography. When planning the editorial calendar for this series, I knew I wanted to incorporate Dia de los Muertos into our November shoot. This holiday, observed on November first, honors the Mexican tradition of celebrating the lives of departed loved ones using vibrant flowers, colorful sugar sculls, and bright papel picado banners.


About the Pastries (from Angela): I wanted to do my take on some classic Mexican sweets. Churros are so great because they have such a unique, organic shape – and . Instead of doing the classic cinnamon and sugar coating on these, I chose to use cardamom and sugar. I wish you could smell them! The cinnamon cake includes a rich dulce de leche that was infused with star anise and cardamom pods, then roasted cashews were added. Both of these desserts would be unique and exciting additions to any wedding menu.

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About the Styling: Even though Dia de los Muertos is known for it’s bright colors, we wanted to keep the look and feel of the shoot bridal. In the spirit of the holiday, we created a Mexican-inspired altar or ofrenda filled with candles and dark red garden roses. We kept everything neutral, so the focus remained on the enticing dulce de leche dripping down the cake and the dramatic dark chocolate accompanying the churros.

Intricately decorated sugar skulls and elaborate face painting have become well-known symbols of Dia de los Muertos. Lindsay had the great idea of recreating these patterns in bridal white, so we had Sharon of Arbor Street Studios hand-paint these detailed designs on our model’s forearms like lace gloves. The painting looked stunning on her olive skin and paired beautiful with the lace wedding gown from Ready or Knot.

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We invited a few of our vendor friends to help bring the spirit of Dia De Los Muertos to our photo shoot. A big thank you to: