Meet Our Planners
Kesha serves as both our office manager as well as a Wedding Planner. While earning her degree in theatre, Kesha worked part time at a local wedding venue where she realized her passion for weddings. With her degree in theatre and production, planning the details and logistics for a wedding come naturally to her.
Kesha’s love for organization, positive outlook, and anything that can be planned, shines in her personality. One of her goals is to always be the type of person that makes other people smile, to not miss a single detail of the day, and to help the wedding dreams of Mint Springs Farm clients come true.
When Kesha is not planning a wedding, she loves being with her husband Dean, being outdoors; whether it is camping, hiking or fishing. But her favorite pastime is spending time with her two daughters Ella & Piper!
Her favorite part of the wedding….”The moment right before I send the bride down the aisle. Her face is priceless.”
Upon graduating from the University of Tennessee, Jamie worked at Furman University assisting with weddings and events. This is where her fascination turned into a deep desire to be involved in the industry as a planner. Wanting to return to Nashville where she grew up, Jamie became part of our MSF team.
Jamie believes in getting to know her couples personally. She builds a strong relationship with her couples, gaining their trust and confidence in her ability to execute their day flawlessly and stress-free. Jamie becomes delighted, (and by this we mean giggles) by the tiniest of details and the grandest of gestures. She feeds off of her couples’ energy, happiness and their love. A wedding, after all, is just the start of a couple’s forever, and she is thrilled to be a part of this process with you!
When Jamie isn't planning a wedding, she enjoys reading, making people laugh…it’s her favorite past time, drinking wine while crafting, spending time with her family, playing games and traveling.
Her favorite part of the day….”My favorite moment of the day is when the most important detail of the couple’s day happens. It could be surprise fireworks, their first dance they have choreographed, or a the dedication to their parents that they have planned. It solidifies the event and brings the whole group together. I love to see the bride and groom basking in their happiness with their families and closest friends.”