Getting Engaged is such an exciting part of your life!! Make sure you take time to truly enjoy this special moment! ​

I'm guessing that you're ready to start planning your special day and that's why you are searching for an event planner to help! Well look no further! We've got you!!

​Being a bride recently myself has helped me understand even more what brides go through. It's all so overwhelming! Everyone's input and must-haves are constantly being thrown at you, all while trying to live your everyday life.

​I want you to rest at ease knowing that Gianola Events can make your wedding day dreams come true! We can even help with your dinner rehearsal and post-event if one or both are also in your plans. ​

Perhaps you have family and friends traveling and need to give hotel recommendations or a room block. Don't you worry! We can help! ​


The minute you get engaged, everyone will be asking for your wedding date. But in reality, you won't be able to set an exact wedding date until other major decisions like choosing and booking your venue are made. So first, focus on determining a range of dates that'll work for you. The average engagement lasts anywhere between 6 months to 15 months, but also think about what season you'd prefer, any major holidays or family events you'd like to avoid conflict with.


Before you try on a single wedding dress, look at the big picture and imagine the style and vibe of your dream wedding. Is it at an outdoor estate garden, a luxury boutique hotel, or a barefoot ceremony on a beach? While you're picturing your perfect wedding, here are some key questions to consider: modern, classic, romantic, vintage, rustic or all-out glam? Fancy, casual or somewhere in between? Don't worry, if you don't have a style picked yet because we can help you! You can also get ideas on socials. Something as unlikely as a wallpaper pattern, a scene from a favorite movie, or a family heirloom can spark your creativity. Bottom line: Always keep your eyes open for inspiration.


A wedding budget can be a tricky thing to tackle, whether you have $10,000 or $250,000 to spend on a celebration. First, set the max amount you want to spend and we will stick to your budget! To figure-out your budget, you'll need to determine who is paying for what. Are your parents paying for the wedding, and your fiancé parents paying for the welcome dinner? Or are you and your fiancé covering all of the costs? Figuring out who is paying for each event, and how much they are realistically willing to contribute is your first major hurdle. Next, We will help you with budget planning! This will show you the breakdown per section and how much should be allocated to each one depending on what is most important to you both on your special day.