Month-of wedding coordination in the Philadelphia area, including planning documents, vendor communication, setup, styling, and assorted add-on packages, by a former teacher whose goal for each couple, above all else, is peaceful preparation for a beautiful wedding day.
The first time Keara Mooberry--a wife, mother, and former high school math teacher--dove into wedding coordination, she’d fallen in love with the process of creating a peaceful, intentional day for her own nuptials and, later, for her brother’s big day. Except she was working full-time while pregnant with her second child, her husband was about to go back to school, and they were making plans for a cross-country move from Phoenix to Philadelphia.
After settling into her new home in Pennsylvania, the Holy Spirit continued whispering to Keara’s heart for planning and service. When an old friend reached out asking Keara’s assistance in planning a Catholic wedding, it t was a time of professional self-discovery. Above all, the experience—and the ones to follow— were marked by a sense of peace. Keara understands the need to identify opportunities for calm during wedding planning, and strives to cultivate that calm with each of her clients.
I feel encouraged working with brides, particularly Catholics who love working with a planner that shares their faith. It’s a benefit both for logistical reasons--like planning a timeline for the day around the wedding Mass--and for the purpose of working with a vendor who will be praying for them.
I think of my brides more as friends than clients. I love walking next to them in a supportive role as they prepare for their wedding day and marriage. My goal is to provide peaceful planning to brides and grooms and their families, so all they have to focus on is the joy and beauty of their wedding day.