Published: May 3, 2022 By
Sarah Lurie fixing a dress for one of her brides

When you ask people what has been the best day of their life, a likely answer is their wedding day. Trying to plan that day is a monumental task. This is why Sarah Lurie created Delilah Wedding & Event Planning, based in Boulder.


“Weddings are more than just a list and logistics, we work with our clients to craft an experience that is personal, meaningful, and a celebration of where they've been, who they are, and who they are becoming.”

Founded two years ago, they have coordinated 98 weddings and counting.


Sarah joined COventure Forward for help with legal contracts and marketing strategy.


Mentors Eric Bruno, Thomas Knoll, and Susan Strong “provided encouragement and a sounding board throughout the beginning stages of my company."

"I'm looking forward to an amazing wedding season ahead! Now that in-person events are back, there is potential to grow my team and continue to build amazing experiences for my clients in Colorado. As I look towards the future, I hope to expand beyond the Front Range. I'd like to thank my friends and family for their encouragement and support. Also, THANK YOU to my clients who trusted me with their wedding during the early stages of my business!”

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