Full-time nurse Sherrie Lee has started her own wedding planning business.
Full-time nurse Sherrie Lee has started her own wedding planning business. Rccsherrie

The wedding business is in the planning for bride-to-be

SHE might be in the middle of planning her own wedding but Sherrie Lee already knows she doesn't want the magic to end.

That's one of the reasons the Yeppoon nurse started her own business, Beautiful Beginnings Wedding Planning.

Sherrie especially enjoys researching different wedding themes, from vintage to Valentine's.

She has chosen an elegant theme for her big day next September, with lots of candles, lace, white and ivory tones to set the scene.

"I've always been a creative person, I love music and art, so it's something I really enjoy doing," Sherrie said.

"I love the wedding planning process and I know I still want to continue doing that even after planning my own wedding."

The 24-year-old believes with people working full-time they might be too busy to do some of the organising required for their special day.

"People don't have time to plan a wedding and don't know where to start."

That is where Sherrie comes in.

"I can do a full service wedding; work out what you want on your wedding day and make it happen."

And if you have most things under control, Sherrie can just work on the day to co-ordinate the finishing touches and make sure it all goes to plan.

Sherrie even has plans to look after pre-wedding events such as hen's and bucks nights and the engagement party.

"That way you don't have to worry about anything."

Beautiful Beginnings

Find Sherrie on Facebook or email Beautifulbeginningswp@gmail.com



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