Professional Profile

Kendra Joyce

Event Planner

Kendra Joyce



Wedding and Event Professional

Walker Avenue Events will provide all the planning and coordinating assistance you need for any occasion.

I founded Walker Avenue Events to utilise my skills. The key skill in planning any event is organisation. A relatively small word to cover all aspects of planning an event:

Conceiving all options
Expectation management
Client and vendor relationship management
Time and schematic management
Risk analysis
Contingency planning
Problem solving

There are of course more skills that you could consider as coming under organisation but the point is, you get them all. You will get all of these skills from the person who helps plan your event.

Legally trained with a change of career to event planning that spans charity events to weddings, I am well equipped to prepare your event the way you want it.


The services I provide include weddings, private parties, fundraisers, corporate and sporting events. I love a challenge so any other event ideas will be considered happily.

Friendly service
I take pride in being a friendly person to work with and strive for excellent customer service. I would want you to be able to share any worries about the event, bring up any changes you would like and feel free to discuss anything causing you concern, I don’t think you can do that comfortably if you don’t have a good relationship.

As much input as you want
I will give you as much or as little input as you require. If you know exactly what you want then that is what I will work towards. If you don’t have any ideas and need suggestions at every stage I will be there to ensure you get the guidance you need to make those decisions. The idea is to take all the pressure away from you. For some people that is making the calls and making bookings for others it’s making the big decisions. I will tailor my service to your needs.

Keeping you in the loop
One of the concerns that clients have in any business is the lack of contact. Sometimes lack of contact can cause you to think that nothing is moving forward, so for this reason I aim to contact you once a week with an update even if it’s just to say “I haven’t forgotten about you”.