President Becky Halloran
Becky is a certified wedding and event planner, as well as an ordained minister. She believes the love and joy that inspires people to marry is the genesis of her calling to the industry, and she welcomes all who share such sentiments. Her passion for organization — along with her experience in logistical management, decor sourcing, vendor selection, and venue scouting — makes her an invaluable asset to your event. She has managed design and production in the fields of hospitality and travel, and has produced events for a myriad of occasions spanning more than 40 years.
Becky was also an active board member for Meeting Professionals International (Dallas chapter). In her role with MPI, Becky served as the director of special events for two years and vice president of finance for one year. When she isn't busy planning events, Becky can be found traveling or enjoying time spent with her two children, their spouses, and her four grandchildren.
Creative Director Beth DiCarlo
Beth is a certified wedding and event planner who graduated with honors from the University of Oklahoma in 2007, earning her degree in microbiology. She worked for five years as a landman in the oil and gas industry until her first daughter was born and she became a stay-at-home mom. Beth's second daughter served as a reminder of how special life is and just how much joy one day can bring. This mantra culminated in the formation of Joyful Day. Beth continued to explore her talent in design, crafting, staging, and aesthetics. In her spare time, she also cooks, photographs, paints, volunteers, and travels.
"My life experiences have taught me that I can learn anything. It's just about finding what you are truly passionate about and distinguishing the abilities that set you apart from the rest of the world. Planning and design have been a common thread throughout my life, and I cannot wait to show our clients what I am capable of creating. My goal is to exceed your expectations in bringing your vision to life so you can enjoy the process."
- Beth DiCarlo