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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Culinary & Cocktail Recommendations

Places to go Last night I had a Pomegranate Daiquiri at The Smith in the East Village, now that we officially have amazing weather, the doors were open last night, and the vibe was great. The only thing better than talking to a great couple about their wedding is talking to a great couple about […]

March 19, 2010

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Discover Brooklyn

I recently relocated my office temporarily. The new location is rich in culture and diversity. I am thrilled to find inspiration in everything. I’ve already enjoyed mock duck at a Thai restaurant that was rated a 9 out of 10. Last night’s mac & cheese at Picket Fence was made with smoked Gouda and the […]

December 5, 2009

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The Next Iron Chef

Considering how vibrant, flavorful and interesting my evening was, this picture clearly does not do it justice. I had to post it though as proof. In case Chef Jehangir Mehta is indeed The Next Iron Chef, I want evidence of my evening with him. Last year I walked by a small, dark but very appealing […]

November 4, 2009

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I would not dream of traveling without consulting My online subscription is one of my most valuable tools. I love being able to find the best restaurant based on food, value, decor. You can also do an advance search and indicate what neighborhood you want to dine in and what type of cuisine you […]

September 6, 2009

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Foodie Friday: South India

I had never had South Indian food. I did my normal Zagat search before Wednesday night’s dinner with an amazing event planner. My criteria for a restaurant was: location (I wanted something close to our pre-dinner event, excellent food (life is too short to eat bad food), and reasonable (value makes good food taste better). […]

July 10, 2009

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Foodie Friday: Hummus and Falafel

Years ago, I remember reading about a contest on the internet to name an East Village hummus restaurant. The winner is: chickpea.Now with three locations in Manhattan, the name has proved successful. In between my favorite urban paper store, Paper Presentation and the only baking supply store in the city NY Cake, I needed fuel […]

June 12, 2009

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