Society Planner Spotlight: TyAngela Hunter

Happy #WeddingWednesday, Planner Friends! It’s that time of the week again! Today on The Bridal Society blog, we have another fabulous Society Planner Spotlight featuring TyAngela Hunter of Beautiful Dream Events. Get to know her and the heart she has for her business in today’s blog post.

Meet TyAngela


Beautiful Dream Events is a boutique wedding planning company specializing in luxurious detailed design and full production intimate weddings. After receiving her certification from The Bridal Society back in 2015, TyAngela runs her business committed to helping busy couples plan the wedding of their dreams and prides herself in showing these busy couples how to stay organized and have fun so they can enjoy being engaged and maintain their busy lifestyle. She offers a boutique approach to wedding planning and design with intentional and distinctive planning for the couple who enjoys a minimalist luxurious lifestyle.

Get to Know TyAngela

What do you love most about being a wedding planner?

Being a wedding planner for me is all about the client connection and creating an experience for my clients. I love getting to know my clients and sharing in their love story. Aside from bathing in love, I cant get enough of the logistics. I love the down to the wire attention to detail, it’s such a high for me.

What is your average week like? 

My weeks vary often, and I have tried everything to figure out a system that works best for me. I’ve done a combination of batch tasks, daily to do lists, block scheduling, and business administration themed days of the week. I block schedule all meetings on certain days so I don’t get overwhelmed with having meetings everyday of the week. I also usually leave all design work and sketching for Friday mornings.

What is your favorite moment on wedding day?

My favorite moment in the wedding day is the first dance. I feel like all the hard work I’ve done comes down to this moment. Seeing my clients enjoying that moment and their commitment means the world to me.

What is one item you can’t live without on wedding day?

One thing I cant live without on the wedding day is definitely a getting ready playlist while setting up my clients personal items and making sure everything else is set up accordingly. I love a good theme song to go with the day!

What is your favorite activity when not coordinating a wedding?

When I’m not coordinating a wedding I often spend my time doing things to enhance a state of relaxation from mediating to yoga and taking naps with my fur baby.

How do you feel The Bridal Society has helped your career? 

The Bridal Society has definitely given me the confidence boost I need to become relentless in the pursuit of my career and do what I love the most.

What is your favorite benefit that The Bridal Society offers?

I love the sense of community that The Bridal Society offers. To know that I am not alone in my journey is priceless!

Final Thoughts

What advice can you give and/or have you received that you can pass on to new/existing planners?

Don’t be afraid to set boundaries – not only for your clients, but for yourself! The hardest thing for me was to set boundaries for myself. For example, instead of bringing things to the couch to work on, actually having that family time on the couch and actively watching a movie with them.


The Bridal Society gives a special thank you to TyAngela for giving us an inside look into her life and business. If you are a TBS Alumni Member who is interested in being a part of our Spotlight Features, please be sure to visit the members only section of The Bridal Society website to check out our Diamond Membership Benefits.

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