4 Things to Consider Before Starting the Site Selection Process

Earlier today one of our clients called us gitty with excitement about a venue they thought would be perfect for their gala next spring. They asked that we contact the venue to get rates and check availability for their desired date. I told them that the venue sounded great, and that I would call to…

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  • Lindsay BishopMay 9, 2018 - 2:15 PM

    Such great advice for couples and companies looking for venues! As a planner, one of the hardest things is working with a client who’s already booked a venue that’s all wrong for them, and it happens all too often. Thanks for writing such an informative article!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel RiceMay 15, 2018 - 11:50 AM

    Yes! all of this!!! EVery time I take a client to select a venue, they have grandiose dreams for places that sadly are just not logistically possible or don’t fit within their theme, location, budget etc. This is such great valuable knowledge for clients to know right off the bat. You’ll have to sacrifice something to get your perfect venue sometimes!! ReplyCancel

  • Jordan WilliamsMay 17, 2018 - 1:51 PM

    This is such important advice! So often couples “blow the budget” on the venue and don’t have room for anything else. ALl couples should come to you to read this before selecting a site! ReplyCancel

San Joaquin Valley College Retirement Dinner

As an LA-based event production company, we don’t often get calls from our friends in Visalia, CA. We were pleasantly surprised when we were contacted by San Joaquin Valley College to produce and design their Vice President of Administration’s retirement dinner. During our first meeting, I knew that Wendy was an incredibly special woman who…

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W Hollywood Birthday Bash

It’s not every day we get a call to plan and design an “Angels in the Casino” themed 50th birthday party. Working with Shelby as she orchestrated her bosses 50th birthday party was so much fun. I love an out of the box theme and jumped at the opportunity to design a party that was…

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  • RachelFebruary 26, 2018 - 9:54 PM

    What a fab & fun birthday party!! I love the angel wings, such a fun touch!!! ReplyCancel

  • Lindsay BishopMarch 2, 2018 - 3:17 PM

    Wow, those angel wings are such a cool idea! Love how you ties them into the giant feather centerpieces. Such a fun event!ReplyCancel

  • Gabrielle NortonMarch 12, 2018 - 6:32 PM

    How fun! I once tried to do a similar centerpiece but couldn’t get ahold of those peacock feathers (at least in the budge I was given). They can get pricey! But your party turned out SO good. Love all the details!ReplyCancel

Awareness or Conversion? Determining Why Your Brand is Hosting Events

Hosting events can be a tremendous way for brands to increase awareness and sales alike. When potential customers, influencers, and the public get to know you face-to-face, it’s easier to see how great you and your products or services really are. Before heading too far down the path of planning a brand event, it’s important…

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  • Lindsay BishopJanuary 15, 2018 - 9:10 PM

    You always share such helpful tips! I’ll be putting some of these towards an event I’m participating in soon!ReplyCancel

    • DeNeitraJanuary 15, 2018 - 9:13 PM

      Lindsay – I’m so happy you found these tips helpful!ReplyCancel

  • Gabrielle nortonJanuary 16, 2018 - 3:27 AM

    Oh this is a really good topic! A lot of companies think they should host events just because everyone else is doing it. But if it’s not executed well, it could end up costing them a lot of money and possibly even the trust of their customers!ReplyCancel

    • DeNeitraJanuary 27, 2018 - 7:24 PM

      I’m happy you liked this topic! It’s so important for companies to figure this out prior to planning an event.ReplyCancel

  • Rachel RiceJanuary 16, 2018 - 2:00 PM

    I’ve always thought about putting together an event. Such good reasons why I should and helpful tips on how to execute a fab one! Thanks! ReplyCancel

    • DeNeitraJanuary 16, 2018 - 10:13 PM

      Hi Rachel! I’m so happy you found these tips helpful – there has to be a clear purpose behind why you host an event. Rock it out, girl!ReplyCancel


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