Wedding Planner, Amy McLaughlin, was featured in Northshore Magazine’s Jan/Feb 2016 issue, in an article on the Do’s and Don’ts of wedding planning.
“It is not our goal to be the busiest wedding planner, but to be the one who is able to dedicate our days to meeting and exceeding our clients’ every expectation of their wedding”
Our team of Boston Wedding Planners had so much fun designing and installing this Wedding scene at Simon Pearce Boston on Newbury Street. We went all out PREPPY with this one…pink and green, monogrammed everything with touches of gold. What do you think?
For more about Simon Pearce, you can visit their website at: www.simonpearce.com
Amy McLaughlin on OC Lifestyles: Amy redecorates a beach cottage utilizing her clients’ current furnishings, re-working them and adding select new pieces from the local consignment stores. Shabby to chic in just a few simple steps!
Fun wedding facts shared by Amy McLaughlin, a Boston wedding planner.
Skinny Dip – Low-fat dip by Amy McLaughlin: A savory blend of herbs and spices that can be used to make your party planning quick and easy while your guests can dip away, guilt free! Coming to stores this fall. And remember, no Skinny Dipping alone!
Welcoming Mother Nature.
By Amy Mclaughlin
1. Wreath, $65, Sage Market + Design. 2. Wreath, $50, Platinum Posies. 3. Hanging basket, $60, Beach Plum Too. 4. Hanging metal bottle rack, $45, Wish Basket. 5. Tin door ornament, $30, Macro Polo. 6. Wreath, $65, Tendercrop Farm.
This article appears in the September/October 2013 issue of Northshore Magazine
Seasonal satchels for fashion and function.
By Amy McLaughlin
1. Large overnight bag, $495, The Andover Shop. 2. Leather dopp kit, $126, F.L. Woods. 3. Wool check messenger bag, $350, F.L. Woods. 4. White Marble Head Green’s duffle, $88, F.L. Woods. 5. Tan messenger bag, $138, F.L. Woods.
This article appears in the August 2013 issue of Northshore Magazine