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Jeannie Ward
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Jeannie Ward is the owner and principal consultant of Wedding Jeannie, a Los Angeles based wedding planning firm. Founded in 2000, with the goal of unparalleled service.

Jeannie's work is consistently featured in online and print publications. She is a favorite of couples seeking to have multi-cultural weddings. She challenges her clients to think outside of the box. Whatever the current trend is in weddings, Jeannie is running in the other direction to ensure no cookie cutter weddings. Jeannie believes in designing and planning weddings that reflect the couple. She has the ability to incorporate their style, interests and cultures into their wedding day. Nothing is more important than culture.

Jeannie's reputation and creativity has made her a favorite of venues and vendors throughout Southern California. As an expert and trendsetter in the industry, she is consistently featured in wedding publications and on-line blogs.

She has been awarded the Wedding Wire Bride's Choice Award from 2009 - 2011. Jeannie has designed and planned weddings for Wedding Wire, KTLA 5 News, 104.3 My FM, and Your Wedding Day Magazine. Jeannie proudly serves on The Board of Directors of Wish Upon A Wedding, So. Ca. Chapter, the first non-profit organization granting wedding wishes to couples suffering life threatening illness. www.wishuponawedding.org

Blog Entries by Jeannie Ward

You're Engaged! Now What?

(8) Comments | Posted January 17, 2013 | 5:45 PM

Congratulations on your engagement! You're in love, and you're embarking on a life with your soul mate. Right now you're on cloud nine. On your finger rests the promise of the future. I bet you've never felt so alive. What should you do next? After helping hundreds of couples plan...

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Day-of Wedding Coordination Is a Myth

(1) Comments | Posted May 1, 2012 | 11:35 AM

"Day-of" coordination. What is it? Many brides call or email me, asking for this service. The TRUTH is it doesn't exist.Then why do so many brides want it? Where did this term come from? The term was introduced and perpetuated by wedding publications and blogs.

They've convinced the bride that...

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