Hi! I’m Harmony. It’s nice to meet you!

I live and breathe the wedding industry and have for almost twenty years now. I founded The Bridal Bar after working in Hollywood PR and as a contributing editor at a national wedding magazine. In 2004, The Bridal Bar was born. Over the years, my work and my company have evolved into what it is today – a creative marketing and public relations agency for luxury event professionals and a concierge service for couples to connect with those companies. 

I’ve made it my life’s work to connect couples with brands and brands with opportunities to increase their market share. I took my traditional PR and magazine experience and applied it to helping companies grow in the world of weddings. I’ve helped launch dozens of successful wedding businesses, re-positioned older companies within the changing market and supported countless wedding industry clients both online and offline across the globe. Brands like St. Regis, Four Seasons Hotels, Playa Resorts, Mindy Weiss Party Consultants, Robert Evans Studios, HoneyBook, AllSeated, Jennifer Adams Home, James + Schulze, One&Only, Lisa Vorce, Alejandra Poupel Events, Omni Hotels, and many more. The Bridal Bar also has a roster of celebrity clients dating back to the wedding that helped put us on the map – remember Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes tying the knot? I love what I do and I love the people I work with. That’s the best part of my job.  

In addition to my consulting work, I speak at industry events internationally, I’m the host of Bridal Bar Radio on iHeartRadio, and I still write whenever I can – for my destination wedding blog, Jet Fete, for Destination I Do, The Knot, Modern Luxury, and others. 

My company has been celebrated in media outlets around the world, including The Associated Press, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Entertainment Tonight, GMA, ABC Nightly News, People Magazine, Martha Stewart Weddings and many more. 

When I’m not working, I’m chasing around my toddler daughter who inspires me every day to excel. I had a very public wedding and I’m now a very private single mom. But that’s part of what makes me work even harder. And no matter what, I still love love and love weddings. That’s my story. I hope to learn about yours soon.