Owner and Lead Planner
Greetings and Welcome to Stohr-ee Events!
Thank you for stopping in to learn a little more about our team! I hope to meet you soon, but before I do here’s a little about me. My road to starting a business as a wedding planner is a little unconventional. Prior to starting this chapter in my life, I had dreams of becoming an orthodontist and in fact I spent 10 years working in that field while in the early stages of growing my business. During that time I learned several things:
1. There is a system to EVERYTHING, once you have created it, it will allow you to create consistent results.
2. Doing the same thing everyday is not what I was cut out to do. I am truly a creative at heart and it makes me happy to design and experience new things every day.
As a child my mom was very adamant about us learning anything and everything we could and we spent a lot of time in the summer going to the library. I was and still am a voracious reader of both fiction and non-fiction books. I particularly enjoy fiction books because they start you off slow, letting you get to know the characters and each chapter builds to the ultimate culmination. In that same way, your wedding should start off slowly and tell the story of you as a couple and your love for one another throughout each chapter of your day.
Uncommon experiences excite me! Working with couples that are open to celebrate in unconventional spaces, for example a museum, the ruins of a 17th century church, an open field or anything else in between.
I first met Nicole via email. She wrote me looking for an opportunity to get into the wedding industry. I had a good feeling about her so I met with her and really liked her personality and thought she would be a great fit for the team.
She has proven me right time and time again. Nicole has a silent power that allows her to move and take care of things on an event day better than anyone I have seen. I have truly enjoyed working with her on each and every event.
Jane was a guest at 4 of my previous weddings. I got to know her because she is such a giving person. She wasn't even a part of the bridal party but she would volunteer herself to assist in any way she could to make the wedding day go smoothly.
She has the ability to see a need and address it and she is one of the hardest working women I know.
A little known fact is that she is known for her "dress fluff" right before the bride walks down the aisle.