Saint T is an event designing and consultant company that is a
product of the creative and inimitable mind of Sharon Bair.
Sharon and her team are dedicated to doing their utmost
best at executing unparalleled events. Saint T caters to all
your unique event needs from ideation to completion.
Your event will come alive with our brilliant Team.
It is our goal to give you the most magical and personalized
event, ensuring that you enjoy every moment. Saint T is not
only about Weddings and Decor, it is a company committed
to excellence and making lasting, beautiful, memories.
Sharon Bair is a certified member of The Wedding Planners
Institute of Canada (WPIC). As an alumni member, she
conducts her business under their code.
We do not accept kickbacks (money for referrals) from vendors.
Vendors must know that the clients are the recipients of any
We treat each client fairly, and we will be honest and upfront in the
representation of our clients.
We uphold our ethics. We will not take or attempt to take clients from,
or discredit, other vendors with gossip or slander.
Every client will receive a detailed contract for Wedding Day Direction,
Destination or Full Wedding Coordination services.
We will provide all services agreed upon in the contract that must be
signed by both the client and Coordinator at the commencement of service.
We believe in continuous education, networking and training within
the Wedding Industry.
Our pricing is upfront and industry comparable.
We will make every effort to return calls and emails in a timely manner
(Within 48 hrs.)
We always endeavour to benefit our client and not ourselves. Vendors
are suggested on merit, in the best interests of the client, not ourselves
or the vendor suggested.
We cannot guarantee your wedding will be perfect, but we can guarantee
we will do everything within our power to make sure it is as close to perfection
as it can be.
Graduates of The Wedding Planners Institute of Coordination Inc. must
abide by the Code of Ethics or they can be stripped of their Certification
and disbarred from the WPIC Alumni Association.