I love a challenge…whether it’s climbing into fox holes in Vietnam, setting out to be an accountant (with a barely passable grade in GCSE Maths!) trekking across Cambodia or starting up my own business!
(PRWEB UK) 26 June 2014
With a love of ‘all things wedding’, an exquisite eye for detail and impeccable business acumen (Kirsty still loves her spreadsheets!), she has put her skills and passion to good use.
The result is Hitch and Moon; an exciting new Hampshire-based company offering a luxury design, planning and coordination service for weddings (the Hitch) and honeymoons (the Moon).
Established earlier this year, Hitch and Moon is the culmination of Kirsty’s hard graft and unwavering ambition.
Kirsty previously had aspirations of owning a bridal gown shop but her dreams were shattered when the recession hit. Refusing to give up, she toyed with the idea of buying a venue styling franchise. Typically however, she decided to up-scale her plan.
“When I decided to finally take the life changing step into the wedding industry, I knew I would put my heart and soul into it. I tend to be an all or nothing kind of girl and I certainly don’t do things by halves! So rather than take the franchise venture any further, I decided to go it alone and offer the full wedding planning service instead.” she explains.
This focus and determination has blended seamlessly into her new venture.
Kirsty makes a promise to couples who choose Hitch and Moon that she will get to know them on a very personal level and provide the support and empathy needed to make their trip down the aisle/honeymoon trip to paradise, extraordinary.
“By making the best use of your set budget, saving you precious time and money and going that extra mile for you I can ensure that your occasion is as perfect as it can be,” she adds.
Kirsty also encourages couples to think outside the box when conjuring up ideas for their special day as she enjoys the thrill of tackling issues, while always keeping a smile on her face.
“I love a challenge…whether it’s climbing into fox holes in Vietnam, setting out to be an accountant (with a barely passable grade in GCSE Maths!) trekking across Cambodia or starting up my own business!” she adds.