Here’s what you need to do:
I’m still embarrassed about it.
Here’s how to keep episodes like that from happening. And especially more dramatic ones like uninviting your very best friends…(PS don’t you love this still of me? Me too…)
When you’ve had a chance to watch it, I’d love to hear reactions, dramatic stories of friends you’ve had who have had a freak out, etc over on Instagram. The “bridezilla” (a term I don’t love but I don’t know what else to call it!) phenomena is definitely an interesting one! I’m hoping so much to hear your stories over on Instagram!
Share this with any of your friends who has maybe said at one point, “I wish I would’ve done____ at my wedding,” or “I would do ______ differently.”
I was just watching this episode the other day where this chef goes beyond just delicious and interesting flavors and is all about curating an interesting, surprising, mind-blowing experience. I mean, he makes balloons out of sugar, makes cherries look like strawberries, and splatters food beautifully onto a tablecloth like it’s a modern art painting. The guests just watched with their jaws on the floor.
But these aren’t the weddings people remember in a special way.
But I also can’t imagine that any guests leave that restaurant not talking about that meal for days, weeks, months, probably even years to come. That’s what curating an experience that thoughtfully can do.
I’m Emma Natter, a path-to-success paver and art-trained business coach who first shattered her own career expectations by selling out of handmade styling goods from her little NYC apartment. Now as a strategist to thousands of creatives, I teach you to harness your passion so you can do the same.
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