In-Depth Interview with Too Blessed to Be Stressed Catering and Decor

Founded in 2007, MunaLuchi Coterie member and planning, decor & event service professional - Too Blessed To Be Stressed Catering and Decor, brings over a decade of experience to your wedding or event. Specializing in Southern American cuisine, TBTBS is a one-stop shop for your planning, decor, and catering needs of all occasions. Standing by their motto, “You Dream We Provide,” TBTBS prides themselves in providing quality & professional event services - bringing your dreams to reality.

Read all about Too Blessed To Be Stressed Catering and Decor in this informative and inspiring in-depth interview.


Name: Natasha Stovall-Rolle
Business Name: Too Blessed To Be Stressed Catering & Decor
Founded: January 2007

Describe your business. My business is primarily a Full Service Catering company, specializing in Southern American cuisine that also offers Planning, Décor, and Event services.

What did you do before starting your business in the wedding industry? Before starting my business I was a Procurement Specialist at Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.

How long have you been in the wedding industry? I have been in the wedding industry for 12 years as of Jan 2019.

How would you describe your style? I like simple yet elegant with a pop of WOW!

What motivates you? My family and their accountability of me.

Why should brides/grooms choose you? Couples should choose us because we stand by our Motto “You Dream We Provide” Each client is special and unique. We pride ourselves in providing quality & professional customer service. Your day is our top priority. Love, patience and teamwork are intertwined to assure your love story is just that.

How does your company define and measure success?
TBTBS Catering and Decor defines success by exceeding the client’s expectations, and we measure success by being that word of mouth company that everyone has heard of and can reference their amazing experience with us.

What do you enjoy most about your work? Catering; preparing southern comfort cuisine with love, as my mom and grandma showed me growing up - with the hopes it brings back memories with every bite. Planning; assuring the organized chaos is just that - organized and flowing. Decor; listening to the couples vision and desires, captioning and displaying it right before their eyes with the help of the best vendors around!

Describe a proud moment while working in the wedding industry. My most proud moment in the wedding industry was when I checked in on a bride, we were her planners and caterer, and she shared with me how my voice and presence made her calm and reassured her things were ok - that Too Blessed To Be Stressed feeling I assume.

What’s the best compliment you’ve received for your work? "You made our dream come true!"

What are your business goals? To be a minority woman venue owner, where all of my services can be displayed under one roof.

What’s your favorite part of the wedding industry? Witnessing the celebration of love, meeting such great people, and seeing the families come together.

What’s your least favorite part of the wedding industry? Rain Plan B Decision Time. No one likes to make the final decision.

Describe your vision of the “perfect” wedding. When the couple’s vision is displayed with and without hiccups and the couple continues to enjoy the day through it all.

Where do you find the most inspiration? I find the most of my inspiration from each of my clients’ unique wedding visions and love stories.

Is there anything else you'd like our readers to know? They are TOO BLESSED TO BE STRESSED!



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Image Credits (from top to bottom):
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Catering & Decor: Too Blessed To Be Stressed
Photography: Yanair Photography
Floral: Mary’s Crafts & Rental
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Photography: J. Perk Productions
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Catering & Decor: Too Blessed To Be Stressed
Photography: Yanair Photography
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Venue: The Ballroom, Bethesda, MD
Catering & Decor: Too Blessed To Be Stressed
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Photography: One of a Kind Management & Events
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Photography: Yanair Photography
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Photography: Yanair Photography
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Photography: J. Perk Productions
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Photography: Yanair Photography
(Image 10):
Photography: Algerson Vincent
(Image 11): ShaDonna DeNeen
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Photography: Eyemagination Imaging & C-Suite Pics

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