Trust your gut instinct when you meet a vendor you think will do a great job. We cover a lot in our proposals so we don’t have to do a lot of up-selling like other companies do.I think it better to be honest in calling out all the things a couple needs to make their wedding happen then let them edit things to their budget.
Waldorf Astoria Dinner Party; Photo Courtesy of Collin Pierson
How far in advance should couples book your business?
Thats a good one...we are booking 2025 out and just brought on more staff so we can accommodate the new business that is coming in for 2024. The best advice I can give is call and check for your date availability and if we are available don’t wait too long to make a decision.
What is something you constantly strive for?
I’ve always just wanted clients that walk away with a smile on their faces when they see our logo or hear our name. We truly love what we do.
A Starry Night Themed Wedding; Photo Courtesy of Lisa Blume
What motivated you to start your business?
I’ve been in this industry my whole life in one way or another.I always wanted to be able to do right by people... I once worked for an event company that would cut corners and sent me in to clean up the messes. I really hated that and told myself If I ever started my own business that would never happen.
Behind the Scenes Hanging Floral Chandelier Installation; Photo Courtesy of Brand
Tell us what makes your business different from other wedding companies?
When you come in to Taylor&CO for a meeting…It’s with the owner and the designer. I can give you answers right away and a proposal within a few days if not same day.
Opulent wedding installation at The Drake Hotel; Photo Courtesy of Brand