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There are some things you just can’t plan…

Photo by This Rad Love

Photo by This Rad Love

2017 is turning out to be quite an odd year for The Plannery. It’s actually a wonderful lesson in what you can and can’t plan. Tarra and I are, if I do say so myself, great planners and coordinators. We’ll organize the heck out of your wedding. But sometimes in life, there are things that – try as you might – you just can’t plan perfectly. And so it’s with great excitement that I share that BOTH Tarra and I are expecting babies this Fall!

Tarra is due in mid October, and I am due in early November. While I’m super thrilled for everyone involved (especially Tarra and her wife cause this is their first – and that is just so darned special), it does mean The Plannery is taking a bit of an unplanned sabbatical this fall! We’ve had to transfer some of our wedding jobs over to other coordinators in the area (and thank goodness for the wonderful community of DC wedding vendors, you guys), and it means that much like the year I had my first baby, I’ll be cutting back a bit on the amount of work and the number of jobs I take on. In addition to the new baby, Tarra is taking on another adventure and moving to the Baltimore area this summer (so reach out to us, you Baltimore couples!).

We’ll be ready and eager to get back to work in 2018 for all you in the DMV area – so please don’t hesitate to contact us about 2018 weddings!

Big congrats again to Tarra and her wife – and wish me luck as I attempt to wrangle a headstrong toddler and a newborn baby :)

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Posted by katie, in: Personal, Small Business, The Plannery

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  1. Kendra Dowd
    Posted June 22, 2017 at 2:35 pm | Permalink

    Love this post! So happy for both of you!

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