These business partners and friends really know how to throw a party! Myka and Tori of Sitting in a Tree specialize in making their client's big day special and they do it from San Diego all the way up to San Francisco.
Why do you do what you do?
We would be doing it anyway. This is who we are, inside and out. We can't remember the last time we threw a party and it wasn't detail driven to the point that it kinda scares our guests. We live for design and love to create. It's second nature.
What should brides/grooms know about your service?
That we want to make the wedding about them, not us. It's not a wedding from a blog, or your cousin's wedding. We want to really reflect the couple and ignore traditions if they don't apply. This is your event and your chance to make a statement about your style. You only get one (fingers crossed) and it should be as unique as you are. There should be no rules.
What makes a wedding super rad to you?
Personality. Quirkiness. The unexpected. All the things that make memories. By making a wedding truly original you are creating something your guests will talk about for years to come.
Name one wedding tradition that you wish to see re-invented.
The old fashion wedding send off. We wish more brides/grooms would change into their "honeymoon ready" outfits as they head off into the evening.
What do you want the guests at HITCHED to remember about you?
That 2 heads are better than 1. We balance each other out so that nothing is overlooked. In a nutshell:
Camping or Glamping?
Tori: Glamping, hands down. I camped once and it wasn't pretty.
Cake or pie?
T: Cake. Never enough cake.
Beach or desert?
M: Beach (wait, can i vote city???).
T: Beach. Specifically mexican beaches with mexican beers in hand.
French wine or Mexican beer?
T: A little of both.
Beatles or Stones?
M: Stones (grew up listening to them).
Mac or PC?
T: Mac. Because they come in white and match my decor.
Plaid or stripes?
M: Stripes (especially chevron).
T: Stripes. Ikats. Chevrons. And all of it mixed together.
Boots or sneakers?
M: TOMS sneakers.
T: Boots. About 100 pairs.
Night owl or early bird?
M’s an early bird, T’s a night owl. We balance each other out.