Wedding Industry Insider Podcast

WII 056: David Beahm & Christina Matteucci Reveal the Top 3 Factors for Their Success


Today, we’re so excited to share with you the 56th episode of our Wedding Industry Insider podcast. For this episode, Eddie had the privilege of sitting down with world-renowned event and floral designer David Beahm and his incredibly talented right hand, Christina Matteucci.

David is the founder of David Beahm Experiences, an iconic NYC event design firm responsible for producing elevated events around the world—including acclaimed weddings for Hollywood’s elite (like Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas) and coveted corporate affairs for brands like Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Perrier-Jouet (to name a few). David often takes to the stage as a motivational speaker—and he also earns praise as a part-time flower farmer at Thistle Dew Farm in PA, where his home-grown blooms go from farm to tablescape.

As the 18-year executive director of destination weddings for David Beahm experiences, Christina is a special event guru responsible for executing some of the world’s most acclaimed overseas events. She has also shared her unparalleled industry insight as a TEDx speaker.


Timeline Genius

[New Features] How to Handle Postponed Events Like a Genius


Over the past couple months, many of you have been working hard to reschedule weddings and events for your clients. We know this can be a complicated process, so we just launched Two New Features that will make your life easier and less stressful… 🙂

Check out the tutorial video and helpful tips below!

How to Update Timelines for Postponed Events

Scenario: Let’s say you started a timeline for one of your events, and it just got postponed… No problem! You can update your whole timeline in just a few seconds to reflect the new event date. Here’s how:

  1. In the Edit View for the affected timeline, change the event date in the header to the new desired date.
  2. Timeline Genius will ask if you want to shift all of the timeline items to be consistent with the new event date. Just say, “Yes.”
  3. You’re done. Go have a glass of wine and pat yourself on the back 😀

How to ‘Reactivate’ an Archived Timeline

Scenario: Let’s say one of your events got postponed, and the timeline went to your Archive (because the original event date is now in the past). In this situation, you now have a super-easy way to reactivate your timeline — i.e. to change it back from Archived to Active. Here’s how:

  1. Go to your Timeline Archive, and find the affected timeline.
  2. Click the reactivate icon.
  3. Enter a new event date.
  4. Click “Reactivate Timeline.”
  5. Watch the adorable Charlie Bit Me video to enjoy the time you just saved! 😀

If you want more information about these new features, or about handling postponed events, feel free to visit our Knowledge Base. You’ll find hundreds of helpful articles there. Also, feel free to email us anytime at

Wedding Industry Insider Podcast

WII 055: Danit Zamir Shares an Insider’s Perspective of the Wed-Tech World

Today, we’re so excited to share with you the 55th episode of our Wedding Industry Insider podcast. For this episode, Eddie had the privilege of sitting down with the insightful Danit Zamir, a successful wedding technology business owner and entrepreneur.

Danit is the founder and CEO of Bloomerent, a floral design discovery and market share platform that allows couples to find a florist and share their wedding flowers with another local event — helping couples save money and reduce floral waste. Danit founded Bloomerent in 2014 as a result of the frustration she had with the high cost and wastefulness of her own wedding flowers. She has since grown the company into a well-recognized wedding tech brand that operates in 29 states with boots on the ground in each location.


Timeline Genius

[New Feature] Next-Level Collaboration — Full Edit Rights


As the COVID-19 challenge continues, please know that our Timeline Genius team is here for you. And we’re determined to keep bringing you a steady stream of enriching content and positive updates!

On that note, I’m excited to announce that Timeline Genius now gives you a whole new way to collaborate with your clients and creative partners by granting them full edit rights!

So let’s say you’ve got a Type-A client, and you want to let her add new items or text sections to the timeline… Or let’s say you want to impress your hair and makeup stylists by letting them auto-generate the hair and makeup schedule… No problem! Just go to your collaborate view, and give everybody the desired access rights.

With our new and improved collaboration features, you have even more control and flexibility. You’re efficient, professional, and responsive to everybody’s unique needs.

To see a preview of the new collaboration features, just check out the video below!

We hope these new features help you feel excited about the day when our amazing industry inevitably ramps back up!

We’ve said it before, the world will celebrate again! Events will resume in time. And when they do, Timeline Genius is gonna be better than ever to help you reach new professional heights 🙂

Stay strong, Timeline Geniuses!

Wedding Industry Insider Podcast

WII 054: Grit & Grace Owners Share Actionable Steps to Shift to a Quality-Over-Quantity Business Model

Today, we’re so excited to share with you the 54th episode of our Wedding Industry Insider  podcast. For this episode, Eddie had the privilege of sitting down with two incredibly experienced wedding industry pros: Laura Ritchie and Christie Yerks.

Laura is the owner and principal event designer at Grit & Grace, a Washington D.C. based full-service event design and styling firm. As a speaker at Planner Suite Conference, she’s no stranger to taking to the stage to share her incredible industry experience with fellow pros. With a stellar background in project management and consulting, Christie Yerks works side-by-side with Laura as a co-owner of Grit & Grace. Together, they’ve produced stunning work that’s been featured in Bazaar, Modern Luxury Weddings, and Martha Stewart Weddings (to name a few).


Timeline Genius

[New Feature] Your Brand, Your Personal Touch


First off, our team is sending each and every one of you a surge of positive energy and support! We hope you’re all doing well!

Second, we’re happy to announce another exciting new feature today…

Timeline Genius now lets you choose the font families for your timelines, so they reflect your brand and your personal touch!

We know you each have your own unique, professional way of crafting your timelines and planning events. And it’s our duty to make Timeline Genius highly customizable so that it suits your personal way of working.

So as of now, if you want to change the font families in your timelines, you can easily do that on your Preferences page. There you’ll find options for setting different font families for the headers and body of your timeline PDFs.

To see a quick tutorial on this new font selection feature, just check out the video below.



We hope this new feature gives you another way to showcase your unique brand and personality in every event you do!

Oh yeah, and if you don’t see your favorite font as an option yet, just send us an email at We’re going to be adding new fonts over time, and we’re happy to take special requests!

Stay positive out there Timeline Geniuses! And be on the lookout for other exciting new features and updates coming soon!