At SISTI & CO, we combine a fine art aesthetic with our client's vision to produce one-of-a-kind masterpieces.
What Hemingway, Roosevelt, and the Sisti legacy have in common.
Hi, I'm Kimberly Sisti. This might surprise you, but I originally intended to be an ancient history professor. Instead, I became a wedding planner and florist who uses the beauty of history as my inspiration for my designs.
You see, I have an inherited love for legacy. Perhaps that's because art and weddings are deeply rooted in my own family's history. My great-uncle traveled abroad with Ernest Hemingway and painted famed portraits of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. And my father was a celebrated wedding photographer. They were masters of the arts.
And me? It seems artistry is my destiny. And your wedding is my art.
With an insatiable curiosity, I'll seek to understand how you want your wedding to look and feel. And then, I'll transform it into a breathtaking masterpiece--a celebration that marks the beginning to a beautiful legacy of your own.
1921-SUMMER IN ITALY
1933-uncle tony africa-bound
2009-Dad on the job
1966-robert kennedy & uncle tony
From the moment you inquire, we'll listen to your ideas and foster a creative partnership that allows your vision to flourish--
and come to life.
We will provide unwavering support and guidance, ensuring you feel confident in yourself and inspired throughout the journey.
We value every person's character and uniqueness. And we will always tailor your event to you, no matter what.
MADE IT ALL FEEL UNIQUELY MINE
A true artist, her work is wondrous and thoughtful. She honed in on any and every detail, all while kindly getting to know me and making it all feel uniquely mine.
She has such an artistic touch that you aren't going to get from just any planner. She's an artist turned wedding planner.
Kim singlehandedly made our wedding look like a literal fairytale. After sitting down with my husband and I and asking the right questions to determine our personalities, Kim was able to put together our dream wedding. [And] I didn't have to worry about a thing.