The Joy Standards
are what we follow to plan the perfect event
You do You
You're one of a kind. Celebrate your uniqueness.
So many people make decisions based on what they think is expected of them, rather than following their own interests. Let go of preconceived notions about what you think you should be doing at your event. When you make decisions based on what you enjoy and what feels right, you will find joy and the whole party benefits.
make it memorable
Fun details and thoughtful touches are always remembered
The best parties are the ones where people are laughing and reminiscing about it the next day. Nothing makes us happier than when we hear people recalling your event and all of the special moments and details. When you remember good times and joyful memories, you feel even closer to your loved ones.
Thanking your guests in little ways makes a big impact
Find ways to cultivate gratitude during your event. Giving thanks and being grateful will make your event happier and more joyful. Gratitude is being thankful for what you have received in life. When you add special touches that acknowledge those who mean the most to you, you’ll feel the joy and so will they.
Most importantly, ask yourself, were you able to relax and have fun? It’s our job to take away all of the stress of planning and then make sure our perfect plan is well-executed. We'll bring you a glass of water during your photos. We'll make sure when you look around, you see your guests having a great time. We are looking out for you so you can enjoy time with your loved ones and soak it all in.
A relaxed and happy host should always be a priority
Enjoy the moment
A stress-free event starts with a smart budget plan
It’s tempting to believe that the more you spend, the better your event will be. But the reality is, it’s how you spend your money that allows you to create a more joyful event. Spending money on experiences can make us happier because we are sharing those experiences with others. Think about what you want to spend your money on first, then determine how much.