Wedding Specialists: Isbill Weddings & Events

Flowers & Events


Photos by Kecia Killian Photography


Wedding Cake with flowers on it and a floral garland on the stairs behind the cake


Every little girl dreams of her wedding day, and the team at Isbill Weddings & Events wants to make those dreams a reality. “We will leave no detail undone,” says Connie Isbill, owner of the Cleveland-based business. Isbill has been designing weddings and events for more than 25 years. Her business is now in full bloom due, in part, to her passion for creating stunning weddings and events.

Using Isbill Weddings & Events, brides will receive a free consultation to discuss the details of their big day. Isbill explains, “We take this opportunity to hear your vision, budget, and overall design. I love sitting with my clients and understanding their vision and the details needed to make their wedding a one-of-a-kind event.” Isbill and her team use their artistry and expertise to piece together meaningful, breathtaking creations. “We do everything from the bouquets, arbors, centerpieces, hanging floral pieces, and floral columns to original pieces incorporating a bride’s design.” 


bride and bridesmaids holding bouquets


An expansion of Isbill Floral Gallery, Isbill Weddings & Events also offers design services, rentals, and planning and coordination services. “We have access to an extensive inventory for all your special touches,” Isbill shares. “Our designers bring all aspects of your event into complete harmony for a cohesive design.”

Unmatched customer service is something Isbill takes pride in. “Our customer service is above and beyond,” Isbill says. “We also stay ahead of the trends and familiarize our designers with the venues for the inspiration and details.” According to Isbill, going that extra mile makes all the difference. “Seeing the smiles on my clients’ faces when they see their vision brought to life is worth all the hours of work put into it,” she says.  


Connie Isbill headshot

Connie Isbill




Top Tips:

  1. Know your budget, and allow your designer to create within that budget.
  2. Good communication with vendors about any concerns you have is important.
  3. Have a rain contingency plan, and be okay with it if it has to be used.

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