Writing my profile was probably the hardest part of putting this website together. I started so many times, wrote so many drafts and even asked a few close friends for help… Believe me, it wasn’t an easy task.
I had the pressure to describe what moves me while staying away from clichés and, more than that, to be able to, in just a few lines, make you bond with me and with the passion I have for what I do.
I decided to keep it simple.
After years thinking I would follow some sort of science area, I ended up graduating in Communication Sciences, during which I acquired a taste for Institutional Communication, Human Resources management and some aspects of Marketing.
I interned in a Customer Service department and, in just a few months, realized the importance of gaining a customer and recognizing the value of a negative feedback the same way we appreciate a compliment.
As the internship came to an end, the idea of Something Borrowed slowly started to grow alongside the will to bring something different to this area with this project starting from zero.
After a postgraduate diploma in Image, Protocol and Event Planning and with a little push from a couple of professors who believed in the concept, Something Borrowed started to take shape and slowly growing.
Giving up has never been part of my vocabulary. Persistence and the will to carry out new projects have been throughout my life, my greatest assets and allies.
I’m addicted to details, moments and people. And have dedicated my life to finding that perfect point in all my experiences and those of the ones who find me and trust me the most important day of their lives.
I’m emotional. Yes, facts are important, but it’s the emotions that guide me and it has been a privilege to be guided by the will, complicity and love of so many couples and families with whom I have shared so many days over the last years.
More than a wedding planner, I’m a wedding lover.