I’m Victoria Stankoski, owner, lead stylist and designer at Wed With Style. You can usually find me first thing in the morning at the gym. I’m definitely a morning person and not only does it help me physically take on a 15 hour (+) wedding day, working out does wonders for me mentally! Not to mention it balances out my sweet tooth and all that wedding cake that I eat, but we don’t really need to talk about that! I love all things pretty and consider myself a girly girl. Living in a house with all boys, (including my Shih-Poo, Domino) designing and planning is a fun outlet for me.
People often refer to me as a queen of organization, I’m known for my meticulous attention to detail, if it’s not organized when I get there, it will be before I leave! I love helping serve my brides with all of their planning and problem solving needs, whatever that entails. I am a certified mediator and that often comes in handy while organizing a wedding, brides and their families do not always see eye to eye during the wedding planning process!
I work with brides all over the Southeastern Gulf Coast. I am so blessed to work with so many wonderful families and I have made some amazing friends during the process. I love that I get to help them make their big day the unforgettable wedding event that they have always dreamt of!
Most recently, I have been working with other extremely talented wedding and event vendors and creating beautiful styled shoots as inspiration for current trends and design ideas for today’s weddings. Some of these collaborations can be found in publications such as, Gulf Coast Bride, The Southeastern Bride and Southern Style Weddings.
If you’re dying to hear more, here are three additional things you might not know about me!
1. My morning workouts consist of circuit training, cardio and weight lifting. It comes in helpful when I’m moving things around while setting up weddings!
2. Massages are a must. I simply can not go with out a good massage. It’s the ultimate escape from my sometimes (often) crazy schedule!
3. I firmly agree with Mark Twain when he stated, “too much of anything is bad, but too much champagne is just right!” Champagne should always be available, for whenever the occasion arises…like when there is champagne in refrigerator after a long day!