Since 2008, our boutique event planning company has had the honor of planning weddings and special events across the globe. We maintain a strong presence in New York City and we are so proud of our recent projects in New England. We welcome clients from Brooklyn, Boston and beyond.

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Best Kid’s Party of 2009

As I look back on 2009 with enormous pride and joy, I am grateful for the abundance of professional opportunities I have had in the last twelve months. I also realize while I have offered bits and pieces of some of my most memorable events, I have not thoroughly shared the beautiful images and details […]

December 14, 2009

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Montauk Wedding Invitations

The invitation truly set the stage for Mike and Gabrielle’s warm and charm filled outdoor wedding. The bride had very specific ideas and Avivit Fisher was asked to design an invitation to communicate this vision to their guests. This was the result: The couple loved this concept and carried it out beautifully into many of […]

September 25, 2009

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Creative Escort Cards and Original Wedding Invitations

“I am only as good as my tools!” Ana Dolan says she is not an artist. This is arguable, but instead she refers to herself as a creator. She has an eye for putting colors, textures and type together. Growing up in a military/IBM family she moved a lot. Among other places, she has lived […]

July 30, 2009

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Korean Weddings

My dear friend is getting married next Sunday. She’s having a traditional Korean American wedding. I thought this was going to be my first. Then the fabulous Eyal Tessler of In Any Event called to request my help tomorrow. This wedding will be at the Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers. I met him there yesterday for […]

July 16, 2009

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Invitation Alternatives

Sending save the dates and invitations for showers and parties via e-mail is growing increasingly popular. Having just printed paper invitations for a friend’s shower I am co-hosting, I understand why people would opt to go the electronic route. Sending traditional invitations require:-A guests list with salutations and mailing addresses.-Invitations and envelopes.-Return address labels.-Stamps.-Sufficient ink […]

July 8, 2009

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Mailing Your Invitations

Wedding invitations should be sent to guests six weeks before your day,but, buy your postage now, since mailing services prices will increase on Monday, May 11, 2009. On May 11 the price for a 1-ounce First-Class Mail stamp will increase from 42¢ to 44¢. Prices for other mailing services — Standard Mail, Periodicals, Package Services […]

May 5, 2009

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