Poised, polished, and a perfectionist, Emore’ Campbell is an authority on experiential weddings and events. Campbell’s organizational caliber paired with her “guests come first” mentality has guided clients and brides across the country to call upon her in their time of need.
With Campbell’s ability to thrive under pressure brought to light, while working as a publicist in New York City, her reputation as a noted bridal and event planner was cultivated in the South as her career rerouted to entrepreneurship.
After graduating from Georgia State University, Campbell quickly secured a sales role with Yelp.com where she began establishing her knack for sales and the art of persuasion. After her tenure in tech, Campbell landed a position with real estate PR firm Relevance New York, pitching and placing clients in The New York Times, Bloomberg, and The New York Observer. Soon after, competing PR firm Quinn, offered Campbell a career change in the lifestyle sector – where she was responsible for a portfolio of hospitality clients. It was here that Campbell was introduced to bridal focussed media – landing placements for clients in Refinery29, Brides Magazine, Vogue and Black Bride Magazine.
As her network expanded and opportunity arose – Campbell transitioned from New York to Charlotte, NC to operate Emore Campbell Events, an experiential wedding and event planning company. The brand grew from Campbell’s need for entrepreneurship, creativity and organization to collide. Built on bringing a pristine touch, thoughtfully curated guest experiences and unparalleled resources, Campbell continues brick by brick to create modern wedding experiences and flawless execution for every bride or client she touches.
Campbell is a freelance writer who has contributed to Blavity, Buzzfeed, and Citrine Magazine, served as Sales Manager and bridal show planner for Black Bride Magazine, and lifestyle editor for The Coordinated Bride. Having carved out a niche for Emore Campbell Events as a thought leader, curator, and executor – Campbell has been featured in Brides Magazine, She Finds, OnMogul, Good House Keeping, Moneyish, and Focus Atlanta.