Wedding Planner

  • LHE Wedding: John + Donna

    Pictures of Jekyll Island Wedding

    Mutual friends decided that John and Donna would be great together and set up a blind date at a restaurant in Atlanta. Not knowing exactly who they were meeting, they struck up a conversation while waiting for their friends to arrive. They hit it off and the rest is well….. marriage. On a beautiful weekend in October,…

  • What does RSVP really mean?

    It’s the time of year where we receive numerous invitations to holiday parties. Most likely, you will see the letters RSVP on the invitation. Exactly what does that mean? RSVP is of French origin (répondez s’ill vows plaît) meaning request for response, please reply or respond to an invitation. I have a simple 5 step guide…

  • Friday Friends: See You There Invitations

      Judene McCalla is the Founder and Creative Director at See You There Invitations, a handmade, couture invitation studio specializing in all your social event needs. She was voted “Most Popular Invitation Designer, Worldwide” in 2014. Her elegant designs, and creative flair has been showcased as a feature in DIY Weddings Magazine. Judene believes that…

  • Entertaining 101: Preparation

      Last week, in our Entertaining 101 series, we talked about “Getting Started”. Today, I’m sharing with you four ways to prepare and plan early. 1. Plan your menu out several weeks before your event date. Kim Macon of Tasteful Creations by Kim, a South Carolina based caterer suggests polling your guest list for any…

  • Back to Blogging

      I know it’s been awhile but I’m back to blogging. I could use the excuse that we moved to another state, my son graduated high school and went to college or I can say I’ve just been plain unmotivated.  Truth is, it has been a combination of all excuses mentioned. Don’t get me wrong…I LOVE my…

  • My Celebration Brand

    LeeHenry Events, LLC has been a solid and established business since 2007.  Next January, I’ll celebrate eight years in business. YEAH! Because I’m a military spouse, I (and my business) get to experience opportunities in new locations every three to four years. I’ve learned to turn this negative into a positive as I am blessed…