About Amy...Owner and Creative Genius ;)
Amy Frugoli was bitten by the creative bug at an early age. As a little girl, she would
take over as the organizer for her own birthday parties. It escalated in her teenage
years where she was always in the middle of organizing rallies, skits, and other
school and group functions. Everything from designing backdrops to writing scripts-
Amy loved being in the spotlight, but the real joy came from the conception of an
idea and working hard until it came to life.
Amy started a career in retail management where her skills in leadership,
management, creative merchandising, and excellent customer service were utilized.
She took a job as the activities director at a private resort in Napa where she was
allowed complete creative freedom, but on a shoestring budget. Amy learned very
quickly how to achieve a quality event with limited resources. She coordinated crab
feeds, Thanksgiving banquets, Easter egg hunts, 4th of July and Memorial Day
festivals, parades, sports tournaments and other activities and events for the nearly
two thousand members of the resort. She also contracted many entertainers such
as DJs, bands, storytellers, dance instructors and more! Amy is also co-owner of
Sugar Tree Sweets and Treats, home of the original twenty foot mobile sweet
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Amy has several years experience with two major retailers as a Bridal Registry Consultant. She spent her days wrapped
up in the excitement of brides and grooms visualizing their new lives together. At that time, Amy was also in the middle of
planning her own wedding. She attended many bridal shows and built relationships with many talented vendors in the
Bay Area. Having such a strong interest and knowledge in the wedding industry, Amy often gave advice and
recommendations to couples coming to register when they needed help in other areas of their wedding planning. Once
she realized that her help was really needed, she knew she found her calling..helping people with their weddings!
After deciding professional training would be beneficial, Amy sought out the most challenging wedding consultant training
program she could find. She took a course through, is a member of, and previously sat on the national board of directors
for the Association of Certified Professional Wedding Consultants (ACPWC)
About Twitterpated...the vision, the name...
"I believe that a wedding is not just a single day, but an entire experience that begins as soon as you become engaged.
You are promising your love and commitment to another person for the rest of your life, and they promise the same in
return! Whether you realize it or not, you go into planning mode as soon as you agree to be married. You are in a
unspoken secret society with other engaged couples and you are probably walking just a few inches off the ground. You
are blending two families into one and you will make decisions and compromises that all your friends and families will be
witness to on the day you say "I do." A wedding is not just one day, it is one of the most important days, and the one
that will begin of a new chapter in your lives.
Gone are the days of cookie cutter weddings, where it is was always the same traditions, done the same way, at the
same time. Nowadays we are seeing more cultural influences, hobbies, and themes infused with traditional ceremonies
and receptions. By taking the time to listen to each couple, having a genuine interest in each detail, and of course adding
a little humor, I am able to help couples feel relaxed and confident that their wedding day will turn out just like, if not
BETTER than, they planned.
As I was thinking of a name for my business, I wanted to take a path that turned away from the expected and come up
with something that conveyed excitement and whimsy, but was still relevant to the same wonderful feelings that being in
love evokes. I remembered a word that I heard and fell in love with and knew it had to be what I named my business.
Therefore, Twitterpated Weddings was born. Go ahead, say it without smiling ;)
When I decided to start my own business, I knew I wanted to not only run a fair and responsible company, but give back
to my community, strive for growth, and do my part to help out wherever possible. In other words, I really want to make
sure that I use every opportunity to make a difference in this world!" ~Amy
Here are some of the ways Amy Frugoli is involved in her industry and community
Here are some photos from Amy's wedding in Monterey, CA