Something New for I Do Weddings

By on February 10, 2015

Something New For I Do

Something New for I Do Weddings are Creating Wedding Memories Unique to You

Something New for I Do is a marketing and public relations company for wedding vendors, as well as a planning resource for brides. Born out of a shared love for the business and bridal side of the wedding industry, the company was founded by a mother and daughter duo, Debbie and Kristen Ley. Debbie is a respected entrepreneur with decades of experience in hospitality and professional service, while daughter Kristen is the team’s marketing and public relations guru. Combined, they are bringing a fresh approach to making your special day something to remember.

Something New for I Do first came to Ball Ground to assist an up-and-coming wedding venue that was looking to fund a new barn. Using their talents and resources, the mother-daughter duo helped the venue increase bookings and sales, thus growing the business and making the barn a reality.

Through their success, new opportunities arose for other local wedding vendors. Debbie and Kristen decided to plant roots and opened a wedding planning boutique in Ball Ground’s old general store. The building quickly filled with wedding products and services, requiring an expansion into the property’s warehouse. After realizing the potential of the buildings, the storefront went virtual and became Something New for I Do restored the buildings to create two beautiful wedding and event spaces, now known as The Corner District. Not only is this space a wonderful new venue, but it is the place in north Georgia to find all the newest and latest wedding trends. From Food Truck Receptions, to highly styled Gatsby rehearsal dinners, or a Wedding with a Low Country Boil, the team is dedicated to making your “i do” unique to you.

Creating Your Wedding Band

Something New for I Do works with wedding vendors to help them uncover their niche, honing in on their specific expertise on what makes them innovative. When brides come to them looking for fun and creative ideas, they are able to match them with their perfect set of vendors to pull off the wedding of their dreams. Their network of professionals includes photographers, dress designers, wedding coordinators, wedding and rehearsal dinner venues, vintage rental companies, caterers, honeymoon travel agents, entertainment companies and more.

Their advice has appeared in numerous bridal outlets including Bridal Guide Magazine, Brides Magazine, Huffington Post Weddings, Green Bride Guide, Vows Magazine, Perfect Wedding Guide and media outlets including Yahoo! Shine, CNN Living, She Finds, Daily Candy and others.

Finding Your Wedding Brand

Just as a business brand can be identified by a symbol, design or color palette, a wedding brand inspires individuality by helping couples to create a cohesive wedding look that reflects their style as a couple. A brand immediately takes your mind to a picture of that product – or even better, an experience with that product.
The idea behind branding your wedding is the same. As you plan the most memorable event of your life, design a brand that will both resonate with your guests and echo who you are as newlyweds.

The process begins by helping brides “think we, not me.” A wedding is a celebration of the couple and should be an extension of both of your tastes and personalities. Your brand will be reminiscent of who you will be as newlyweds moving forward, so use your wedding to showcase your uniqueness in becoming one.

Once Something New for I Do has assessed your wedding style, they will help you carry it through by applying these personalized touches to each element. You want the last moments of your wedding to be just as exciting and relevant to your brand as that first announcement. In the past, your color palette was the way you conveyed your wedding theme. But, you can now apply your brand via design elements in every step from save the dates to thank you cards.

This is all achieved by finding a group of wedding vendors that will work together in a unified manner to make your vision come together the way you have envisioned it. An added benefit of working with Something New for I Do is that their vendors have a long history of working together and will communicate throughout the process to ensure everyone is on the same page.

Marry each of your styles into your wedding by developing your wedding brand with Something New for I Do.

The Latest News on Venues

The Corner District
The Greystone Estate
Sharp Mountain Vineyards
The Tate House
Rosabelle Manor

Something New for I Do has a portfolio of unique venues. Anything from a quaint barn on 75 acres that can be reserved for a day or an entire weekend to a beautiful centuries old Southern Manor home on 200 acres. The venues are located in the heart of the north Georgia mountains and equipped with a barns, bridal cottages and stable reception areas overlooking the mountains.

Destination weddings are the special feature of these properties with 
accommodations for families and entire wedding parties. Let us help you find the perfect venue for your wedding, special event or corporate retreat.


Several private farm and estate properties located in north 
Georgia mountains

Special offer: Receive free outdoor wedding reception 
up-lighting when you book your wedding through Bridal Ground.

Something New for I Do is a marketing/PR company for vendors in the wedding industry while serving as a resource for brides looking to “brand” their wedding and make it their own.

Debbie & Kristen Ley
Something New for I Do