Kate Supa Photography

Kate Supa Photography

Where did the name

“Kickstand Events” come from?

The classic symbol of the bicycle represents motion towards a goal, to get from one destination to another, and is comprised of many simple yet important parts… most notably yet modestly, the ‘kickstand’. 

The ‘kickstand’ offers the bicycle veiled and humble stability- the kind of prop that is needed to allow the bicycle to successfully end at the destination with the support it needs… a lot like the experience that we strive for each of our Kickstand Events couples.

About Sally

Sally is the planning and coordination pro for kickstand events! some fun facts about sally:

  • she married her high school sweetheart, Oscar, and they live in the Brooklyn arts district of downtown Wilmington

  • She has a baby French bulldog named “Hopper”

  • a long run at Wrightsville Beach followed by a cold beer (tropical lightning ipa) is an ideal afternoon

  • She has a twin sister- and yes- they would switch classes in high school… (but felt bad and told the teachers…)

  • she is a die-hard duke basketball fan. like, really, really, really into it.

  • her favorite part of the wedding day is seeing the bride grip her dad’s hand right before they walk down the aisle. but also seeing the groom’s face as she enters. (can’t get better than those moments).

Kate Supa Photography

Kate Supa Photography

Kate Supa Photography

Kate Supa Photography

About Courtney

Courtney is the design side of Kickstand Events. Some fun facts about Courtney:

  • She is married (since 2013!) and had her wedding on Bald Head Island, NC.

  • She has 2 kids, Kelsey (3) & Harlan (2)

  • Her diet is mostly cheese & wine (with some coffee, too)

  • She loves neutrals & classic style in her home

  • Her favorite movies are You’ve Got Mail, Julie & Julia, and any Disney Pixar movie.

  • Her favorite part of the wedding day is the first moment the couple exits the ceremony