Hello there! My name is Allison and I love weddings.
I hope to work in the wedding industry, make people happy, and someday own my own business. With faith in an amazing God and confidence in my organized, motivated, and determined self, I am certain I can make my dreams a reality. I want to live a life of purpose.
I’m an 18 year old freshman at Texas Christian University. I love Jesus, my family, waffles, crafting, and animals. I love to dance, sing along to the radio, and I really do consider shopping my cardio some days. I hope to major in Entrepreneurial Management to follow my dreams of owing my own successful wedding planning company. I am also pursuing a minor in Journalism so I can hopefully write about weddings for the rest of my life. Weddings make my heart happy and I feel I belong in the industry. In the midst of all the craziness of college and school work, I decided to create Hello There Weddings as an escape from the real world and as place where I can get back to my creative roots. I hope to use this blog to share inspiration boards I have created for couples I’ve never met, places I hope to visit, and a love story I hope to have one day. Even though I am no professional, everyone has to start somewhere. So here I am. Please join me on my blogging journey as I explore all things beautiful, magical, and lovely things related to weddings. Thanks for stopping by! xo- Allison
Want to know why I love weddings so much? Want to learn about my story of falling in love with this industry? Click here!
Some of my favorite things!
Some other fun things about me:
-Starbucks order: Chai tea latte with an extra shot of espresso and pump of chocolate
-Favorite animal: Giraffe
-Favorite Disney movie: Cinderella or Frozen
-Guilty Pleasures: The Bachelor, House Hunters, and Say Yes to the Dress
-Favorite store: Anthropologie
-Favorite ice cream flavor: Cookie Dough
Bible verses I love:
Quotes I love:
“She had a way of turning obstacles into opportunities”- from the book “She“.
“Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth”- anonymous
“Don’t be pushed by your problems, be led by your dreams”- Ralph Waldo Emerson
“Don’t let anyone dull your sparkle”- anonymous
“There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs”- anonymous
“…The only way to do great work is to love what you do…”- Steve Jobs
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