Virtue Events, Exceptional Event Management
Virtue Events is the Triangle’s largest minority woman-owned event planning team. The company is currently serving the Raleigh, Durham, Atlanta and Washington, DC areas. Owner and Chief Event Designer Joye Speight, and her team bring creativity, experience, and intentionality to every event. The team has experience with weddings, corporate events, social events, projects and clients. Virtue Events strives for excellence through high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution.
The Virtue team’s goal is to be a strategic partner. They also provide exceptional event management skills in an effort to ensure your desired outcomes. Virtue helps you to be successful during pre-planning, during and following your event. Additionally, the team will leverage your strengths to create as many opportunities as possible for joy. Often called “dream creators,” Joye and her team bring forth the vision of your wedding from end to end.
Peace of Mind on Your Wedding Day with Virtue Events
Virtue offers full-service wedding coordination and design. Maybe you dreamed of your special day since your childhood or from the very moment you said, “YES.” Either way, the Virtue team believes that every bride knows deep in her heart exactly what she wants. The team knows that vision of what you imagine and dream your special day to be is right in front of you. It just takes the resources, guidance, expertise and dedication of a professional planner to make your vision come to life. Virtue is here for you to be your voice on your wedding day. In addition, they will turn your dreams into breathtaking realities. Virtue weddings are timeless, expertly designed and creatively tailored with each couple in mind. Therefore, if you are a bride that doesn’t just want an event, but an experience…. if you value quality over quantity, then you just might be a Virtue bride! Schedule your free consultation today.
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Only work with a planner and designer who you trust. Joye even worked with our daughter to make sure we could talk to our grandson, who was deployed.Gwendolyn Patterson, Fall 2020