Welcome back to another installment of Real Weddings Magazine’s Partner Profiles! This week we highlight Megan Hodapp, the owner of It’s All in the Details-Megan Hodapp Designs, and a recent newlywed herself!
If you’ve been wanting to learn more about Megan and It’s All in the Details-Megan Hodapp Designs, now’s your chance! Take it away, Megan…
It’s all in the Details-Megan Hodapp Designs
Tell us a little about your company? We specialize in rustic chic event design, which incorporates rustic elements with classic pieces to create a beautiful design.
When did you establish your business? We began after I designed my own wedding in September 2012.
What sets you apart from your competition? We got a tremendous amount of experience in a short amount of time. I was a bride recently myself, so I am able to distinguish between those items that are very important and those that are more trivial. We offer a beautiful inventory of items that brides can rent who are doing a DIY style wedding or we can take care of everything for them! We customize packages to meet your needs and budget.
What’s your favorite comment/compliment that one of your clients has given you? That I am the best part about the wedding planning process.
What is your favorite fun thing to do locally? Love to wake board, snowboard, and go antiquing. Love looking through people’s treasures!
Do you have any hidden talents? I grew up Scottish Highland Dancing, it’s always been my favorite thing to do!
What advice would you can give to brides and grooms getting married today? Hire someone who is experienced in the number of weddings that they have successfully accomplished. Go with your gut! Your gut will tell you if the wedding professional that you are speaking with is a good fit for you!
For more information about It’s All in the Details-Megan Hodapp Designs, log on to meganhodappdesigns.com.
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