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Charyl has a sweet heart for helping brides through the planning process (especially when accompanied by their mamas!). We love that she has as much passion for the journey to the altar as the big day itself!

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Throw out the idea of having to do what is “normal” and make your most important day about the most important people – the two of you! Your wedding should speak to who the two of you are as a couple and why you have chosen each other. I look forward to getting to know you and helping to make this day one of the happiest in your life!

Full Name: Charyl Williams
Where you call home: Wilmington, North Carolina
Things you’d write home to your Momma about: We have been lucky enough to be published on large blogs like Southern Weddings and Style Me Pretty, and those were exciting days!! What means the most to us, though, are the happy couples and the continuous referrals from past clients. To me, having past clients say over and over again that we are the best and their friends should hire us is the best accolade we could receive!
Location/Coverage: Wilmington and the surrounding areas
How I got into weddings: I have been planning events since I was in high school. I have always loved to plan events and see people’s reaction to the end result. My first call when I moved to Wilmington offered me an internship and I instantly fell in love with planning and designing people’s dream weddings!
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? Some of my favorite details about weddings in the South are the traditions. Southern families are rooted in traditions and seeing those play out at weddings makes you feel like you are part of the family! Watching mothers and grandmothers walk their daughters through the planning time is precious, and I feel honored when asked to take this walk with them.
Favorite part of a wedding day? Wow, to pick just one part is hard! I think over the years it has changed, and now that I am the mother of a son, I catch myself paying more attention to the moments between the groom and his mother. I envision that I will one day be lucky enough to take this journey with my son and I always get teary-eyed.
Best piece of advice you can give to brides and grooms? The best piece of advice I can give you is to hire a flawless team and allow them to handle the details. By doing this, it will allow you to be present in the moment and feel everything that will happen on that day. You can’t get these moments back and they are priceless.
Dream travel destination? Italy
Favorite Southern city? Wilmington
Early bird or night owl? Night owl
Favorite pie flavor? Cherry, hands down!
Favorite biscuit topping? Homemade strawberry jam