Robyn Bruns, owner and Principal Event Planner of Red Letter Event Planning, designed her first party when she was just seven years old. This sparked a lifelong passion for arranging beautiful and unique events. Since 2005, Red Letter Events have taken place in historic barns, backyard settings, mansions, art galleries, ballrooms, atop open-patio skyscrapers, and even aboard boats.
Robyn’s work has been described as “creative”, “stylish”, and “accessible”. Her client’s say she is “organized”, “responsive” and “sweet” and will do everything to make the planning process fun for you.
Prior to opening Red Letter Event Planning, Robyn organized promotional events for numerous Fortune 500 clients while working for an international PR firm. She also planned and managed weeklong international conferences and many on-site events.
In 2012 Robyn moved from the Chicagoland area to the lake side resort city of Coeur d Alene Idaho. She has since won the “Most Popular Wedding Planner in Idaho” award two years in a row. She is active in community events while maintaining a full calendar of wedding, social and non-profit clients. Red Letter Event Planning has been featured in numerous publications in print and online.
Robyn is the State Manager for Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Alaska for the Association of Bridal Consultants and an Accredited Wedding Planner. When not immersed in the world of event planning projects, Robyn enjoys cooking, reading up on political science news and events, following the Chicago Cubs and family time with her husband Greg and best buddy Snickers, their Irish Goldendoodle. She fully believes U2 is the greatest band ever.
Jessica English, assistant event planner is a 20-something living in north Idaho with her husband, Wade and her dog, Lola. She graduated from Boise State University and found a passion for event planning through a career in public relations. She holds a wedding planning certificate and has firsthand experience with coordinating weddings and special events Jessica enjoys traveling, skiing and reading, as well as drinking copious amounts of coffee and watching too much reality TV. Her favorite part of a wedding is preparing everyone to walk down the aisle, and she fully believes that The Eagles are the greatest band ever.