SAN ANTONIO – Love is available to you, no matter what you look like or who you want to spend your life with.
It’s a message local wedding planner and owner of All The Days, Jordan Maney, has been sending to potential clients since starting her own business in 2016.
“When I started my business, I knew that I wanted it to be different than, you know, the cookie cutter wedding planning service,” Maney said.
In an effort to build something different, Maney made it her mission to not only plan weddings but focus on the health and development of her clients’ relationships by offering counseling and prompting important conversations with her couples.
When it came to marketing her new business, Maney decided to do so with an emphasis on inclusivity.
“I started to get a lot of couples who were like, oh, I was talking to such and such business and they said, you know, they don’t work with my kind of couple,” she said.
That "kind of couple," referring to people of color and those who identify as LGBTQ+.
“You have couples that come to you that say, like, you know, ‘I had an identity crisis trying to plan my wedding because I didn’t see my skin color and hair texture, I didn’t see my partner, I didn’t see myself,‘” Maney said in reference to past couples she’s consulted with.