New York Times
"It cannot go unnoticed how calm and resilient the bride and groom were. Their top priority was vendor comfort and reassuring only those who felt comfortable to make moves. Their sole focus were the vows and were open to making the rest of the day work however it could."
"Go casual with a picnic-inspired ceremony. "With a ceremony by the river, we opted for some seating for immediate family near the altar along with monogrammed blankets for guests to sit by families (or couples) at a distance."
"We pride ourselves on organization, availability, hospitality and relationships. Event logistics are where we shine and are thankfully part of an event market that highlights community over competition"
"Camille Ross, owner of Elsie Event Co., helped the 512 Crew blow the roof off of Stephanie’s birthday show with fantastic décor and party planning!"
"June 13th, 2020 was a day to remember and it was an emotional one. It certainly wasn't the easiest process changing details, disappointing vendors who couldn't fly in to execute contracts and altering food & beverage services to meet health standards."
Brides of Austin
"The mauve incorporated a pop of color that we are anticipating seeing more of for 2019. Color seems to be making more of a comeback and the industry in Austin has been excited!"
"We always advise our clients to take out a policy on their wedding day (especially since it is only a few hundred dollars) and many venues require it," says Camille Ross of Elsie Event Co. "The lingering flu season is upon us and it's important to plan accordingly in case we were to shut down again. It would be a genuine mistake to not insure yourself."