Wedding Specialists: Cue the Champagne



Following a less-than-ideal experience with a hired professional planner, Shaun Mosley decided to take matters into her own hands. “I knew there had to be a better way to execute a milestone event in someone’s life – and in that moment my business was born,” she says. That award-winning business, Cue the Champagne, has been Mosley’s calling for the last nine years, and her event planning and design services are tailored to suit the specific needs of every couple.

Couples can choose between two collections: the Mimosa Collection and the Rosé Collection. “The Mimosa Collection is for those who want to do the planning and legwork themselves, but want someone they can call in a pinch for advice or recommendations,” Mosley says. “Our team will then come in for the wedding weekend and execute a rockstar celebration.”

The Rosé Collection, on the other hand, offers full planning and design services. “With this option, our team plans everything from A to Z, including scouting the perfect venue, onboarding a dream team of wedding professionals, and creating a beautiful custom design concept that ties everything into one cohesive vision.”

Cue the Champagne also offers floral design services. “These services are for couples who are drawn to romantic, elegant design styles that feature lush, timeless bloom choices,” Mosley shares. “We love blending classic favorites with unexpected local choices.”

Relationships are important to Mosley, and at the end of the day, that’s what makes her business shine. “When people invite us into one of the most intimate milestones of their lives, we really cherish that,” Mosley says. “We want to take really good care of our couples, but we also want to take care of the people our couples love most – their family and friends. We love creating celebrations that allow our couples even more intentional time to be with those they care about most.”


Shaun Mosley, owner of cue the champagne

Shaun Mosley





Top Tips

  1. Be in the moment. There are no do-overs for your big day. People matter, and the things don’t.
  2. Have a well-planned timeline and production schedule. This will ensure that everything runs smoothly.
  3. Trust your team – trust that everyone will show up and do what they were contracted to do. Worrying will just ruin your entire day.


Photos by Sara Kristen Photography

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