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It's true, I do love a great party. It's not just about the décor or the food, but about the ambience a host creates to make guests feel something. That's what guests remember – tastes will fade, décor comes down, but they recall how a space transformed conversations, the night sky became a perfect backdrop and the host was enjoying the party.

That's where I come in. The first question I ask each client when planning an event is what they want guests to feel. Is it a sense of gathering and closeness at a wedding? Or is it exhaustion from a late night dance party? Perhaps they want guests to feel like they've stepped into a different era. Whatever it may be, I can help you create it, and guests to feel it.

For the last five years, I've been throwing weddings, birthday soirees, baby showers and dinner parties, but my passion for entertaining and event planning began years before. As a little girl, I'd watch my mom handle events with style and grace while running a catering company. It was early on that I realized the importance of details, time management and guest experience.

I've also been fortunate enough to have had a successful career in public relations the last 7 years. Through my work, I've been able to plan and execute events for the media and high profile clients. From New York pedicure parties to Silicon Valley launches, I love to create one-of-a-kind environments that are both professional and personable.

Today, I rely on a set of tools to help guide each host to plan, create, execute and enjoy one-of-a-kind celebrations! Whether you're in need of a quick brainstorm, day-of coordination or a full event planner, I hope to work with you soon.

Rules for a Grand Party!

  • Relax.
  • Music is the key to all successful parties – it doesn't matter if it's coming from your iPod or a jazz pianist in the next room, turn it up!
  • Plan ahead and set seating arrangements. Contrary to what you may think, guests enjoy not having an awkward moment of table roulette.
  • If you must use paper, use Caspari.