I moved to L.A. in my 20’s to work for Time Warner Cable. A few years later, I landed a job at Sony Picture Entertainment’s GSN. My very first job assignment was taping boxes for our traveling sales team. I had no idea where this job would lead, but I knew I was working with some very talented people and this was a great opportunity.
After a few years, I was producing live game shows and special events all over the country.
I had my dream job and it all started with the tasks that no one wanted.
Today, I am fortunate to be doing what I love the most – producing special events and weddings for wonderful clients.
They are fun and easy and your event professionals will get great insight into your style.
When the doors open and the guests enter the reception, the energy will come alive when the lighting is done correctly.
Crash diets are dangerous. Schedule an exam with your doctor and ask if there is a nutritionist that she or he recommends, plus check out the different workouts that are available in your area.
Hire only insured and licensed professionals such as the bartenders, wait staff and valet to help ensure that your party goes smoothly. Our company hires off-duty police officers at all of our off-site events to make sure that people don’t drink and drive. The extra $45.00 per hour for the officer is money well spent. Our police officers are professional and they know how to handle situations by notifying us so we can communicate with the party host.
If you do this, you might be inviting unnecessary stress into your life.
There is nothing worse than a hungover bride, groom or wedding party on the wedding day. In addition, we recommend not serving shots at the wedding. If you do this, we can almost guarantee someone will end up getting sick.
Events are face paced and there is always a lot going on behind the scenes. A tip given before the event, shows your event professionals how much your value their expertise and professionalism.
A few years ago, we produced a high six-figure wedding for one of our clients. Our bride spent almost $2,000 for each of the bridesmaid’s dresses and they were not one of my favorites. Even though our client spent a lot of money on her wedding, her wedding was turned down by all the popular publications and wedding blogs. Moral of the story, the amount of money one spends does not have anything to do with getting published.
Please give yourself PLENTY of healing time. Talk with professionals and only use reputable medical spas and doctors. Also, ask questions and please don’t get everything done all at once.
An event planner can help you with projects that you don’t have time to handle and has connections to wonderful event professionals that have already been checked out and are a perfect fit for you.
ESTATE PICK OF THE WEEK:
I love seeing beautiful votive candles (mercury is my favorite) and candelabras on dinner tables mixed with flowers. This allows each table to be unique, but still have continuity.
Could not resist – very popular where I am from – Central California.
Have a great day! XO, Gianna