CREATIVITY is at the core of our planning services.
We work behind the scenes with the best suppliers and venues to deliver extraordinary events.
Proposals and Engagements
Surprise birthday and anniversary parties
Charity and gala dinners
EVENT BEST PRACTICE
When planning an event, we always focus on the following five questions:
Where is the event?
When is the event?
What’s the purpose of the event?
Who is the event for?
How will the event be different?
HOW WE PLAN EVENTS
GETTING TO KNOW EACH OTHER
The first step is to create a clear vision of your event. So, during our initial meeting, we’ll get to know each other, discuss the nature of your event, and how you imagine it. This will be the foundation which helps us bring it to life.
DEFINING THE CONCEPT
This phase is what we call “the blank canvas,” as it’s the most creative part of our journey together. Here, we work on creating our concept and theme and the overall feeling we want guests to experience. We’ll also finalize the timeline and budget before we begin planning to help you save time, money, and energy.
SELECTING A VENUE
This is the most delicious part of the journey. Picking your venue will be the largest item within your budget—and the most exciting. Things to consider in this phase are: The style, décor, ideal space, size, and any hidden costs. This is important for us to negotiate the best rate possible.
PLANNING YOUR EVENT
This phase is where the heavy lifting happens. We’ll start to pull all of the elements together for a very high-level view of the event. Here’s also where you have to consider all the details: selecting the right vendors, defining the experience, and styling it to fall within budget. Highlights of this phase include: event schedule, catering, entertainment, logistics for the day.
BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER
This is where do the final run-through of the event and make any last-minute tweaks. We then create a master event plan and hold a full-team briefing. We will be the first to arrive for the setup and the last one to leave. In between: It’s showtime.