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Brian A. M. Green

Brian Green is an award-winning event planner and acclaimed speaker with a passion for the events industry. This former Vice Consul who served as part of the Barbados Diplomatic Corps has managed hundreds of memorable and cutting-edge events over the years from fabulous celebrity weddings to intimate events for 30 to everything in between. Brian is ready to help transform any dream into a spectacular reality!

My goal is to make sure we ‘bring the fabulous’ to every event. Creativity defines who we are as a team, and it’s about creating that fabulous factor for our clients in a way that speaks to their personalities – while creating an incredible experience for their guests. I get the honor of creating and executing a special memory.

AccoladesBrian’s remarkable attention to detail, hands-on approach, and inventive style quickly positioned him as one of the most sought after event planners in the Atlanta market providing services both locally and globally to his clientele. In 2010, the readers of JEZEBEL, one of Modern Luxury’s premier magazines, voted Brian as the Best Wedding Planner in Atlanta, and he was named Wedding Planner of the Year again for 2015 by the same publication, making him one of the few two-time winners in Atlanta.

He was a regular talent offering advice on “Get Married”, a TV show that was broadcast on Women’s Entertainment (We)TV network for two seasons and was the planner who designed the magazine’s cover for their Winter Edition, 2010. Most recently, has been inducted into The Knot’s Hall of Fame for “Best of Weddings”.

Brian has also been featured several times by the uber chic and highly respected Grace Ormonde Wedding Style magazine, the ultra stylish Munaluchi Bridal Magazine, Occasions Magazine, Essence Magazine, Atlanta Weddings, Bride’s Atlanta Magazine, the well respected, Style Me Pretty blog, Profiles Magazine, Modern Luxury’s Atlanta Bride, Caribbean Bride, Jezebel Magazine just to name a few.

He is also a featured regular contributor for the “About.com/The New York Times” website featuring planning tips for fabulous events.

Brian served as a Board member of Meeting Professionals International in both South Florida and Georgia. In 2007, he won the prestigious and inaugural President’s Award at the annual Phoenix Awards dinner for the Georgia Chapter of Meeting Professionals International. He was the founding President of the Atlanta Chapter of “Wish Upon A Wedding” – the world’s first nonprofit, wish-granting organization providing weddings and vow renewals for couples facing terminal illness and life-altering circumstances.

Brian is currently working on his first book.

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