Event designer Lenee' Valentine launches company that provides wedding preparation services to grooms and their groomsmen.
After years of hosting weddings and other celebratory occasions, event designer Lenee’ Valentine would continuously be posed with questions by a neglected demographic. "What about me? What about us?” men would ask Valentine, a highly sought-after planner of 20 years in the D.C. Metropolitan area.
In response, Valentine is launching “Grooms Matter Too”. Because these men, in fact, have a great point. “Every ounce of that amazing wedding experience should be reflective of both bride and groom,” Valentine says.
The company focuses solely on all of the details for the groom’s big day such as assisting with: surprise wedding proposals, styling services, organizing groomsmen outings and parties, spa and grooming services, rehearsal dinners, transportation services, gifts for parents and guests, and the list goes on. With a knack for creativity and personalization, Valentine will delve into the core of each man to discover his interests and passions and bring them to life in each service offered.
Research shows that young adults are delaying marriage now more than ever. This means that many of the financial responsibilities are left on the couple moreso than their parents. As such, both the bride and groom should have the same exciting experiences when planning their nuptials.
The services provided by Grooms Matter Too can also be rendered for men who are planning birthdays, retirement, anniversaries, red carpet events, and more.
About Lenee’ Valentine: Lenee’ Valentine is the CEO and Founder of Lenee’ Valentine, Inc., a full-service event planning firm serving the Greater Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area. Photos of her design services have been featured in: Munaluchi Bride, Bombshells in Business, Style Redefine, Pretty Perfect Living, Party Style, The Maven Bride, Posh Bridal, Southern Maryland Weddings, Mazel Moments, Preston Bailey’s Blog and more.
She’s also appeared as a guest on Fox 5 D.C., showing Washingtonians how to prepare for special occasions from Valentine’s Day Intimate Dinner Parties to New Years Eve Celebrations.