A transplant from Los Angeles to Atlanta, Brian Worley is the Owner and Creative Director of B. Worley Productions. With over 18 years of experience in the wedding and event planning industries, Worley has attained extensive event production, coordination, design and hands-on knowledge – bringing an arsenal of high-profile event experience to Atlanta’s thriving event scene.
Worley’s international experience and cutting-edge concepts have designated him as a top event designer and equipped him with the opportunities to produce a wide-range of exclusive occasions. Engineering events for top entertainment networks, corporate clients and celebrities, Brian has covered everything from high-profile weddings to movie premieres and product launches.
At a glance, Brian’s repertoire of signature events include the American Idol parties, red carpet and media tents for the Emmy’s, the Teen Choice Awards VIP tent and red carpet, the Days of Our Lives Anniversary parties and Grammy After Parties. However, the Hollywood elite aren’t the only ones who favor Worley’s work – he is also a favorite among royalty, having planned and produced the Foundation Polo Challenge in Santa Barbara for Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Ultimately, Worley’s impressive resume event caught the eye of television and granted him the notoriety to host and appear on an impressive list of top wedding and event reality shows as well. Working as the Celebrity Event Planner/Host on E!’s “Party Monsters Cabo,” Worley’s aired credits also include: The CW’s “Shedding for the Wedding,” WE TV’s “Platinum Weddings,” The Style Channel’s “Big Party Plan Off,” E!’s Oscar Pre-Show, Lifetime’s “Get Married,” TLC’s “Battle of the Wedding Designer,” and planning the wedding for Terry Crews on the BET Networks’ “The Family Crews.”
Worley’s influential work, though capable of speaking for itself, has also provided Brian opportunities to be featured as a consultant for numerous publications, including: People, USA Today, TODAY Online, The Knot, Destination I Do, The Advocate, the LA Times, California Wedding Day, Destination I Do, The Atlantan, 17 South, Ireland Bride and many more.
Nonetheless, Worley also often speaks globally to a variety of corporations, wedding planners and event planning experts – typically discussing his design initiatives and the importance of their focus.
Infatuated with producing events that are green and Eco-friendly, it is Brian’s mission “to prove that you can still create stunning events without the use of just burlap and granola.” Consistently encouraging the idea of reduce, reuse and recycle, Worley stresses that even the most extravagant productions can be “green” through utilizing the 100 mile diet, organic and pesticide-free food, bio-diesel generators, rented furniture, recycled fabric, drapes and linens, and low watt and LED lighting to name a few. In the end, Worley hopes that promoting these concepts will not only help make events better for a sustainable environment.
Graduating with Cum Laude recognition from the University of North Texas, Worley largely credits his accomplishments to successfully parlaying his Radio, Television and Film degree into a blueprint for creating unique events and establishing distinctive production style. Others insist that Brian’s expertise extends beyond the realm of event production and into marketing, helping to seamlessly bridge the gap from initial event concept to product placement and branding with trend-setting style.
However, at the core, it is Worley’s undeniably innate creativity, aesthetic awareness, logistical and communicative skills which have provided him with a list of enthralled clients each of whom remembers their event as something absolutely unforgettable.