About The Juniper Sisters
We aren’t biological sisters, but we might as well be. More often than not, we share a brain. Casey and I have been BFFs since sophomore year of high school when we found out we both liked the crust on bread and our birthdays were (almost literally) a day apart. From that sleepover onward, we have been by one another’s side on this roller coaster called life. We wouldn’t be who we are if it weren’t for one another.
Our life in the event industry began in 2013, before we even knew we liked coordinating and designing events. The beauty company I worked for was in need of someone to manage their corporate meetings and special events in Florida. Once I got a whiff of this organization-focused, exciting industry, I was hooked. Shortly thereafter, I was put in charge of all special events in their southeast territory which included 4 other states, as well as all advanced education classes and workshops in FL.
During the same time, Casey was building and maintaining her own handpicked vintage clothing and accessory business, where her love for design and aesthetic really began to flourish. She has also taken her love for vintage to the silver screen as the Wardrobe Director of the award winning indie film, Burning Kentucky.
When we were presented with the opportunity to design and coordinate our first wedding in 2017, we knew it was time to combine our powers. With my overly organized brain and Casey’s impeccable eye for design, “The Juniper Sisters” was officially created!
One of the most important things about our event planning business – and probably what sets us apart from most, if not all, others – is our love for diversity, and the inclusion of everyone, every faith, and every background. We chose the “dark and moody” color scheme because it spoke to us as being “out of the box”, especially in the world of wedding planning. Don’t get us wrong – we are all for color and being extra AF. But just like our un-packaged planning deals and one-of-a-kind vintage rentals, we are different, and we wouldn’t be any other way.