About Jessica Sloane
Jessica Sloane is in the business of creating interesting and beautifully clean aesthetics. She is a creative director, event planner, florist, designer and stylist. Through client collaboration, she is widely known as someone who is able to tell a compelling story through creating interesting spaces. When working a wedding, the event is approached as an outward expression of the couple’s relationship. Taking into account elements of their journey and weaving in personalized elements with an eye for the natural environment. Available for services worldwide.
Behind The Brand
Your best piece of advice for event planning?
There’s always a host of emotions and family dynamics in planning a wedding, stay true to yourself. Often times my clients will say that the only thing that really stressed them out was the opinions of their family members! Try to keep an open mind, but in the end, the celebration is for the couple and should be a sacred and enjoyable day for them.
What was the spark for your brand? Where did the story begin?
Well my story began with my own personal wedding planning, but that was nine years ago and a lot has changed since then! Although I’m no longer married, my love for telling a couple’s story through their event design has grown deeper over time. When I started my business, I wanted to help people conceptualize their event and create something that truly represented them, their relationship and personal style/personalities. That continues to be my primary goal today!
What inspires you creatively?
I draw a lot of inspiration from my travels as I’m particularly drawn to textures, colors and materials. You can look at my work and see my aesthetic is clean but with the use of natural elements, like stone, wood, different textiles.
Most memorable place you’ve travelled?
Iceland and Big Sur – both for work. I travelled to Iceland last summer as the stylist for a workshop and it was like no other place I’ve seen. I felt like i was in a movie or an episode of Game of Thrones! I will definitely go back. I loved everything about that country. Big Sur is like a second home to me. It holds a very sentimental place in my heart. So much so, that my first tattoo is of a tree that I found on my first trip there. I’m about to go back to do a wedding there that I’ve been planning for almost two years.
On a typical weekend we’ll find you?
If it’s not a work weekend, then I’m with my 5-year-old son, Sullivan. And we’re likely doing something outdoors. He’s an active little boy!
A favorite quote?
“darling, the moon is still the moon in all of its phases.” -isra al-thibeh / on becoming