With our high level of service and a focus on design, we cater to each client's specific personal style in order to deliver the most unique event possible. We crave creative details and love transforming a space into something truly breath-taking.
We love what we do and can't wait to meet you!
While our home base is Southern California, we have a serious case of wanderlust and love planning events both near and far.
Megan was born and raised in Maryland. After receiving her Bachelor's degree in apparel design, she made the move cross country in 2007 to work in the entertainment industry as a wardrobe stylist/costumer. With over 6 years of styling experience under her belt on countless commercials, print shoots, and an Emmy nominated reality show, Megan decided to turn her knack for being 'on-trend' to events. She has worked in every aspect of events such as, a server for a catering company, a stylist at a bridal boutique, and is currently a graphic designer of wedding stationery through her sister’s company.
After working for several corporate event companies and a few wedding planners, she decided it was time to fulfill her dream of owning her own company in 2014. Making sure the overall feel of an event reflects the client's wishes and personality is Megan's number one priority- after all, it's about you!
When she’s not busy with her clients, Megan is a devoted mother to her two boys, Wesley and Logan. She’s also passionate about traveling the world, caring for the environment and animals, loves to immerse herself in interior design projects and is proudly vaccinated.
Megan decided to name her company, Louise & Third, for a special reason. Her middle name is Louise and it's a name that was passed down from her grandmother, Martha Louise, to her mother, Susan Louise, and now to Megan. It’s an honor to be a part of a family tradition by being the third Louise and so she chose to dedicate the name of her company after such strong role models in her life.
“Megan was professional, poised, quick on her feet, and creative. What was of even greater importance was hearing positive comments about her from guests after the event.”