Creative minds demand open spaces; creativity cannot be held hostage inside of a box. Amberly Odom found prominence in the styling and design marketplace early in age. Some were just born to think differently and uniquely. Although very needed, thank goodness we are not all bean counters!
In 2005, Amberly’s love for creativity was unleashed. Rather than deciding to start her own business, her panache obsession decided it for her. Wrennwood Design was launched after working in the event and hospitality industry for seven years – in the catering world, full-service floral business, making and selling home-made goods and crafts, and hosting event shows and booths. After graduating with two degrees in Marketing and Business Administration, Amberly also ventured into the corporate world gaining experience in communications, marketing and branding.
Amberly understands that the most memorable events are the ones that are uniquely and professionally executed to obtain the clients’ personal vision. She is committed to showering each client with originality and leaving every guest with an unforgettable experience.
As the planner and lead designer behind every single Wrennwood event since 2011, Amberly ensures each couple we work with is given the time and love they deserve every step along the way. Weddings are most certainly about many details but they more importantly are also about people and marriages. And we’re in the business of bringing peace of mind and happiness to the people we’re lucky enough to colloborate alongside.
Personally, she finds joy in simple pleasures. The first peony cut of the season, the last sliver of sunlight at the end of the day, and a successfully executed surprise rank high on my list of joys. I’m very passionate about innovative design, clutter-free spaces, and quality time with my loved ones.
Together with her husband Landon, they cherish time together as a family with their sweet girls, Madison and Annalise. Amberly dreams of her own brick and mortar floral shop, a big farmhouse in the country (that includes someone to actually take care of said farm), and striving to always make those around her feel loved.
Oh, and she’s never said no to a piece of wedding cake unless it’s red velvet in which case she gladly hands over to her husband. Carrot cake is her favorite but lemon is a close second. She can’t wait to meet you and hear about your celebration.