Compassionate, Loyal, Hard-Working

Updated: Apr 1, 2019

Planning a party, a wedding, an event of any kind is more than just saying "Let's do this," and then just showing up. There is a lot that goes behind the scenes with the vendors that make the event even possible. As a wedding professional, I get the amazing opportunity to work with, and become good friends with, some amazing people. These people become your support system. They help you out in a pinch. And together, we are able to make it look like planning an event was the easiest thing ever.


VENDOR SPOTLIGHT - Issue #1


MEET LORI OSBORNE of TLC EVENTS AND WEDDINGS - Wedding Planner


Lori is the owner of TLC Events and Weddings. She has been in business for two and half years, and is based out of Dayton, Ohio.


Photo Credit - Julie M. Lewis Photography.  https://www.juliemlewis.com/

Lori's Favorites:

Colors - Red, Gold, and Emerald Green

Food - Steak and shrimp cocktails and Steak Fajitas

Month of the Year - "October because it's when my husband and I usually go to the Smokey Mountains to see the fall colors."

Holiday - "Thanksgiving, because it's a time our family actually still gets together."


If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?

"Play piano."


What would the name of the autobiography of your life be called?

"From Drab To Fab In Just 50 Years!"


If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

"England and Scotland because my family hails from Somerset, England. Plus I love the Victorian Era and would love to see castles and all the historic buildings and landmarks."


If you won the lottery, what is the first thing you would do with the money?

"Build a cabin in the Smokies and move."


When you have 30 minutes of free time, what do you do?

"Watch TV or read."


If you could BE a fictional character for one day, who would be and why?

"Scarlett O'Hara, so I could wear some of those amazing gowns."


If you could meet and interview anyone, dead or alive, who would it be, why, and what questions would you ask this person?

"My maternal grandfather, because he died when I was 2 so I don't remember him, but from the stories my mom told, he was quite the character.

"What was your life like during the depression?"

"How did you meet Grandma?"

"What was mom like as a little girl?"


What is something new you learned today (or yesterday, or last week)?

"I learned how to set up a scheduler/calendar in the client relationship management program I am using, so now when I email a pot