Fellow Okie: Ceanti’ Aldridge


There are some people who just have an eye for detail. They can see a blank canvas not as it is but for what it can become. They can take a fanciful idea and make it tangible. I…am not one of those people. Thankfully I know someone who is. Ceanti’ Aldridge is a wonderful and creatively gifted young woman that I met many moons ago. She’s an Okie from Muskogee, fellow Muskogee Class of 2004 alum (Go Roughers) and University of Central Oklahoma graduate. Ceanti’ has a warmth to her that is undeniable. When I noticed she had began her own business I knew I had to see if she wouldn’t mind being one of my featured Fellow Okies. She deserves the spotlight.

Fellow Okie Questionnaire

  • What’s your name?

Ceanti’ Aldridge

  • What organization or company do you represent?

TAI Event Planning and Design

  • What city in Oklahoma do you call home?

Edmond by way of Muskogee!

  • What cities in Oklahoma have you lived in?

Edmond, Oklahoma City, Norman, and Muskogee

  • What’s your favorite thing about Oklahoma?

The people and the atmosphere

  • Compared to other places you’ve traveled, what stands out most about Oklahoma?

The kindness of the people

  • Tell me a little bit about your organization or company.

TAI Event Planning and Design is my up and coming event planning and graphic design company.

  • What are your goals for the company or organization?

To grow and get more consistent work and for this to become my full time career one day soon!

  • How can others help you achieve your goals?

Prayer! And hiring me for your wedding/event and stationery needs!

  • How can people contact you?


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Ceanti’ is on her way to great things. She is a very determined young woman with a precise vision for her business. If you have any upcoming events that you would like her expertise with don’t hesitate to contact Ms. Ceanti’ Aldridge.


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