Introducing the newest member of Lucky & In Love


World, meet Kat!


Lucky & In Love Arizona Wedding Planner Intern Katherine

Kat, a.k.a Katherine (you see where this could get confusing), is joining the Lucky & In Love team for the spring semester, and I (OG Katherine), could not be more thrilled. She is smart, hard working, bubbly and shares a love of cool coffee shops & fashion. And weddings, but that's a given. Without further adieu...

An Introduction

Hello there! My name is Katherine Lowery I am a freshman at Grand Canyon University. I am very happy to say that this is my very first internship. I met Katherine while she was working for Neiman Marcus. I found out she also had a wedding planning business, and from that moment, I knew it was meant to be. I am so happy to be interning because to me, witnessing love and planning fairytales for others is a dream job.

After thinking of the many random things I could tell you all about I thought of a list of fun facts about me.

  • The Wedding Planner = my favorite movie (coincidence? I think not.)

  • I'm an 18 going on 25-year-old

  • I have three brothers and the youngest one is the most protective of me. Thanks Robby! –Big Sis

  • I am 6ft tall and get asked if I play basketball on a daily basis. (I’ve never played)

  • Three food things I don’t like are bacon, pb&j sandwiches, and asparagus.

  • I LOVE coffe


Featured! Kym Ventola Photography Blog


Working in the wedding industry, I've been fortunate to meet some incredible individuals. One of these people is Kym Ventola, a very talented photographer and all around wonderful soul.

(insert photo of us I wish we had)

Last week, Kym featured a interview with yours truly, with a few fun questions about being a wedding planner, tips for current and future brides. If you have a moment to spare - check it out!

And stick around to oogle some of her past wedding won't be disappointed. The above photo is just a teaser, snapped just moments after the bride rounded the corner making her way to her husband to be. This moment, during our first wedding working together, left me melted into a COMPLETE puddle on the ground. We really are the luckiest.


Published! Arizona Weddings Magazine


Well it's official. After years of ghostwriting for clients, contributing to online magazines, blogging and guest blogging - I can finally say that I, Katherine Thornhill, am published in PRINT. Woohoo!


As I flipped through the pages of the new Arizona Weddings Magazine at the issue launch party last week, I stopped on the page that lists contributing writers, and managed to (mostly) subdue a giddy squeal as I saw my name. To hold your published piece, physically in your hand, is a joy that I couldn't have hoped to accomplish this early in life. 

This is real nerd speak, as the girl of my childhood silently cheers me on in the deserted aisles of the library where I used to spend my after school hours, my weekends and my summer breaks. I used to find a place in the back of the library, where passerby traffic was low (hint: historical non-fiction) holed up with a stack of books to read. I usually completed the "school's out summer reading challenge" within the first week of vacation. That fact, which used to embarrass me to no end, suddenly seems so obviously worthwhile as I strive to find more and more writing opportunities at this point in my career. I can't get enough! 

Back to the point. 

The Arizona Weddings Magazine June/July issue, now on newsstands, is a great publication packed full of ideas for your wedding. My two articles, on welcoming your guests and local photographers, can be found on pages 112 and 322 - BUT I highly suggest you flip through the entire 400+ page issue. She is a beaut.

View the Issue Here