Math, Science and Wedding Planning
Students Learn the Art of Wedding Planning for College Credit
In their "Sign of the Times" segment, Nightline profiled the wedding planning
course developed by Carrie Wosicki and Maggie Daniels.
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You're the Wedding Planner.
Now What Do You Do?
After months of working with a difficult and exacting bride, you open the cake box shortly before the reception. The bakery, which is closed, sent a cake for someone named David, in honor of his bar mitzvah. At GMU, Would-Be Consultants Learn Tricks, and Trials, of the Trade
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Wedding Planning & Management: Consultancy for Diverse Clients
Carrie Wosicki and Maggie Daniels have literally written the book on Wedding Planning and Management. Click here to reserve your copy.
"With its engaging style, rich illustrations, and comprehensive blend of culturally sensitive practical and background material, this book will quickly become an indispensable resource for those aspiring to become professional wedding planners, and also for those who want to be personally involved in their own wedding experience. Sure to become a classic!"
--Dr. Laura Jane Lawton, Editor-and-Chief, Tourism Review International School of Tourism and Hotel Management University of South Carolina, USA
Carrie Wosicki Having Fun
with the Art of Living
Ms. Wosicki was featured in the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) fall catalog as a case study of a student who returned to teach at RISD. Download a PDF of the article.
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Holiday Decorating Comes
in Many Different Forms
Alexandria Gazette Packet
"Carrie Wosicki likes using natural ingredients when she decorates. Her clients like it, too. The owner of Carried Away Events, Wosicki has several clients who hire her to do all their holiday decorating.
One of those clients' homes was recently on the Scottish Christmas Walk Tour. She used dried fruit slices that she had made at home to decorate the smaller trees. Toile Santa and stockings finished the look in the home."
Guest Appearances, Setting the Stage for a Season of Feasts
"I knew everyone could use some fresh ideas for holiday decorating," says Proxmire, who asked designers to decorate 42 inch round tables or Christmas Trees with ideas people could duplicate at home. She was presented with a variety of themes, from Great Falls designer Anne Dutcher's sweet Children's Holiday Dessert Table laden with peppermints and popcorn balls to Alexandria Designer Carrie Wosicki's Tuscany table featuring fragrant rosemary wreaths."
WTTG 5 Fox Morning News
Guest speaker on the morning show with Holly Morris to talk about trends in decorating your home for the holidays.
Photographs Courtesy of The Photographers Gallery, Rodney Bailey of Wedding Photojournalism by Rodney Bailey, Kim Case Photography, Neil Freed, Freed Photography, Gary Guevara, Picture Perfect Weddings, John Woo, John Woo Photography and Bianca Gomes, Bianca Photo Boutique.