Grae & Grace Collective was born from a love of celebrations and the whispered nudges of friends and family. After years of working in the wedding and events industry helping other creatives chase their dreams Hope gave into the nudge and breathed life into a dream of her own - officially launching Grae & Grace Collective in 2019.
From her first solo planned wedding in 2016 to assisting florist and photographers and stumbling into designing and creating over-the-top balloon installations in 2019, she has a wealth of knowledge and experience and she’s here to guide you through any of life’s celebrations from weddings and grand parties to decor and tiny details. She’s always had a love for creative design and planning - it’s all in the details and that's where you’ll find her. From curating all the details of your dream wedding day and planning Pinterest-worthy celebrations, it’s no surprise to her loved ones that she’s encompassed everything she loves into Grae & Grace Collective.
We’re often asked where the name Grae & Grace Collective comes from, especially the unique spelling of “Grae” and it’s a nod to Hope’s daughters and a reminder that family is the core of everything. The girls have been a part of this business from the start and you may catch them, or her teenage son, lending a hand from time to time.
Hope’s a bit of a workaholic - she loves what she does and she loves her clients - but when she isn’t working you’ll traveling with her family to her favorite places, shopping with her girls, cheering on her son's football team or buried in a book with a mug of hot tea in hand.
When it comes to planning we want you to be fully present in the moment whether you are getting married, celebrating the upcoming birth of your child, a grad party, or retirement we want you to know we’ve got your back down to the details. It’s the mission of our team of detail-oriented creatives to create a perfectly curated, personalized experience for a celebration that is both memorable and a true reflection of you. We believe no detail is too small because it truly is all in the details.