Gianna and Company provides a highly diverse range of expertise in special event and wedding planning.
Founded in 2003, our boutique firm is built on strong creative partner relationships with award winning professionals within the event industry. Our production team understands that the key to a successful event is listening to our client’s goals and budget requirements. Gianna Provenzano, company founder and CEO has over 19 years experience in special event production with access to over 4,000 exclusive estates and mansions in Southern California. Interested in all stages of event planning, production and venue location requests. Corporate clients include Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc.,Yahoo!, VW Corporation of America, BMW, and HSN.
If you have to give a toast, please try and do it sober. We understand that sometimes it takes a couple glasses of wine to work up the nerve, BUT, when you are under the influence, you could say something that you can’t take back. If the wedding is being filmed, well that could haunt you unless you can find away to bribe their videographer to erase your cameo appearance…. Same goes with having an open microphone at your wedding, this can be fun at the local comedy club, but I have seen it go terribly wrong at weddings.
From time to time, a client will insist on having a long cocktail hour. We always respect our client’s wishes, however, each time we can see the energy level amongst the guests drop. The guests get bored. If you have to have a long cocktail hour, make sure you have plenty of appetizers, ice, libations, heaters and great entertainment to keep things moving.
This is an interesting custom that can go down hill really fast. Brides spend two hours in hair and make-up and the cost is not inexpensive. The idea of having cake and frosting decorate the bride’s face seems wrong. I don’t know this couple (we pulled the photo from the Internet), but I am willing to bet that he just realized that she is not laughing anymore….