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An Interview with Myiesha Antwine, Professional Bridal Consultant and owner of Kiss and Tell Weddings.


Q: How long have you been coordinating events?

A: I have been coordinating events for about 18 years. It began with a family reunion that led to other family events, school reunion planning, and my favorite of all---weddings!

Q: How did you become a wedding planner?

A: I have always loved weddings! I fell in love with wedding planning in college. In fact, that is when I planned and coordinated my first wedding. Soon after, I started to receive inquiries from others asking me to plan their weddings. After planning several weddings and events for friends and family, I decided to extend my education in event planning and I proudly opened Kiss and Tell Weddings in 2011. 

Q: We love your services!

A: Thanks! I want nothing more than for Brides and Grooms to experience the love, happiness, and admiration for each other on their wedding day instead of the stress of worrying about each little detail (that's what I am here for!)...not to mention keeping you within budget!

Q: This sounds great, but what sets you apart from other wedding planners?

A: As stated before, I am a firm believer in keeping my clients within budget and on schedule. I understand that every client has a different budget, vision, and timeline for their wedding. I also understand what it means to be on a budget and all that it entails. I can help a bride with a small budget save money and still have the wedding of her dreams! I know how to 'shop' for bargains without losing the class and elegance desired. I will be there on your wedding day to make sure that your vision is carried out just as you imagined. 

Q: This all sounds so wonderful, but also expensive…will we be able to afford it?

A: Of course! When you hire Kiss and Tell Weddings you are making an investment. We offer a variety of packages to help with every budget and every planning stage. Pricing is based on flat fees so there are never any surprises when it comes to final payments. 

Q: Who do you work best with?

A: I work best with clients who have little time to plan their wedding. Majority of my clients are working, going to school, taking care of their family or all of the above! I can handle much of the time consuming, detailed planning of your wedding. I am able to put in the research time that they are not. Average wedding research takes about 110 hours, not to mention the additional time spent with each selected vendor.


Q: Will I lose control of my wedding if you are planning it for me?

A: Absolutely not! My job is to put my clients at ease and give them the reassurance that their day is in the hands of a professional who will see their wedding day vision into fruition. I work WITH you to handle as much or as little of your wedding planning as you would like. I work hard to make sure that 'your happily ever after' is accessible.

Q: Will you work with vendors I already found or like?

A: Yes! I will contact the selected vendors to introduce myself and get acquainted with their service and style if they are unfamiliar to me.

Q: What are the costs & charges associated with your service?
A: I charge a flat fee for my services. All costs are discussed upfront. I offer a la carte services that start as low as $25. I am a firm believer in staying within budget as much as possible.

Q: Do you take more than one wedding per day?

A: Kiss and Tell Weddings understand the need to have a professional on hand devoted to you and only you on your wedding day. Therefore, your wedding will be the ONLY wedding we direct on your special day to provide you with the attention that you desire and deserve.

Q: This sounds like everything we are looking for, what is the next step?

A: The next step is for you to call me at 405-309-9311 or email me {kisstellweddings@gmail.com} to set up your complimentary wedding assessment! I want to hear all about your needs and which package will fit your style, desires, and budget.

Q: We have a couple of more questions before getting started, may I call you?

A: Yes, in fact I encourage and require all of our clients to schedule a complimentary wedding assessment. Please feel free to call me at 405-309-9311 or email{kisstellweddings@gmail.com}.

At Kiss and Tell Weddings your happily ever after is our mission!
Proud Member of Association of Bridal Consultants

I am a designated Professional Bridal Consultant ™ (PBC), a titled earned through completing a licensed and accredited program at Penn Foster and regularly attending seminars approved and recognized by the Association of Bridal Consultants (ABC).

Kiss and Tell Weddings adheres to the Association of Bridal Consultants code of ethics and does not receive any referral fees or commissions from vendors.

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