Ari Mitchell Fason

Project Manager and Special Events Coordinator, L West Jr Designs

HOME: HOT SPRINGS

“NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE. THE WORD ITSELF SAYS ‘I’M POSSIBLE!’”
— Audrey Hepburn

Ever since she was a little girl, Ari Fason has vibrated with energy and life. She’s used these traits to build relationships, find success, and overcome the many obstacles of life. Fason is a perpetual optimist with a servant’s heart, always looking at a glass as half full and eager to go above and beyond for others.

Ari Mitchell Fason

Project Manager and Special Events Coordinator, L West Jr Designs

HOME: HOT SPRINGS

“NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE. THE WORD ITSELF SAYS ‘I’M POSSIBLE!’”
— Audrey Hepburn

Ever since she was a little girl, Ari Fason has vibrated with energy and life. She’s used these traits to build relationships, find success, and overcome the many obstacles of life. Fason is a perpetual optimist with a servant’s heart, always looking at a glass as half full and eager to go above and beyond for others.

FIRST BIG BREAK:

It had to be when I was invited to plan “Tabriz” for the Arkansas Arts Center in 2015-17, along with the amazing Sheila Vaught.

ATTRACTION TO CAREER:

I was working in the corporate world and on maternity leave when I took my first ever floral class. I fell in love with floral design and everything about it, especially combining weddings and events. The rest is history.

SURPRISING FACT:

While most imagine me decorating or working on events, I have learned something new that even surprises me. I love hunting with my fiancé, Ben, and the kids at our farm in Stuttgart and ranch in West Texas.

LESSONS LEARNED DURING THE PANDEMIC:

We discovered all the things we could do within our home to bring us closer, having a “we’re-a-team” attitude. We purposefully ate dinner at the table every night and still do it to this day.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

No matter if it is a wedding, special event or a home remodel, I love taking others’ dreams and making them a reality.

FIRST BIG BREAK:

It had to be when I was invited to plan “Tabriz” for the Arkansas Arts Center in 2015-17, along with the amazing Sheila Vaught.

ATTRACTION TO CAREER:

I was working in the corporate world and on maternity leave when I took my first ever floral class. I fell in love with floral design and everything about it, especially combining weddings and events. The rest is history.

SURPRISING FACT:

While most imagine me decorating or working on events, I have learned something new that even surprises me. I love hunting with my fiancé, Ben, and the kids at our farm in Stuttgart and ranch in West Texas.

LESSONS LEARNED DURING THE PANDEMIC:

We discovered all the things we could do within our home to bring us closer, having a “we’re-a-team” attitude. We purposefully ate dinner at the table every night and still do it to this day.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

No matter if it is a wedding, special event or a home remodel, I love taking others’ dreams and making them a reality.

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