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I am looking for a good event planner for my daughters Bat Mitzvah.
I want to work with someone professional and fun that will relate
to my daughter. Also, someone that will stay in my budget.
Rabecca Faoli at Blue Moon Productions is awesome, easy, fun,
reliable, and incredibly talented. email@example.com
Also, last one I went to was really refreshing because they
used these awesome teenagers that have started a DJ business.
Two girls, two guys. The guys spin really fun music and the
girls get everyone dancing. I'd asked the Mom about them and
she said ''CHEAP!'', well obviously cause they are kids. Let
me know if you want their info.
Get in touch with the Simcha Sisters
(www.www.www.simchasisters.com)....they specialize in planning
Jewish events like b'nai mitzvot....Mazal Tov to you!
I am looking for an event planner to assist with a 10th
anniversary party (50-75 people). Most event planners seem to
either focus on weddings or on corporate events, and I'm hoping
to find someone with experience in other types of private
parties. I would need assistance with location (which may be my
house), catering and decorations. The party would be either in
the Oakland/Berkeley area or in San Francisco. Any suggestions
would be welcome.
Well, it seems like you need someone who has a lot of
contacts and ideas. You should call Christophe
(510)549-3760, he is a caterer and his partner is making
beautiful decorations. They have been organizing events for
more than 7 years in the area and know the best places for
your budget. They can find you everything you are looking for
and they are affordable. Trust their advices and let them be
creative ! Feel free to contact me for more details if you want
to. Good luck.
I highly recommend Andrea at Event Details to help you plan your
event. andrea AT eventdetails.com
I would highly recommend Namie Shin of ''Namie's Kitchen''.
Although she is a caterer, she is also a great resource to event
planning as she has done plenty of art gallery openings, private
parties, weddings, etc in both Berkely and SF. She has great
taste and a flair for one-of-a-kind style contingent on your
theme or mood for the party, not to mention her food and
presentation is excellent!
She recently catered my son's birthday party and the food and
presentation really exceeded my expectations.
namie AT namieskitchen.com
I may be the event planner you are looking for. My business is called Come to Your Senses Events, and we plan
all manner of events, primarily for non-corporate clients. We are well versed in finding suitable locations, if you decide
to have it outside your home, and specialize in planning private events with creative flair. Our new and improved website is currently
under construction, so in the meanwhile I'd be happy to communicate the old fashioned way, by telephone. Please
call me at 510-388-1548 -if I'm not in, please let me know some good times to reach you, and I'll call you back.
Come to Your Senses Events
I have been an event planner for the last 6 years. Working with
a small boutique house in Mountain View as well as a major
destination management firm in San Francisco, I have experience
in both Corporate Events as well as unique, creative events for
individuals. I live in the East Bay, so I have a reasonable
knowledge of what the area has to offer as well as a slightly
whimsical personality, that gives me the ability to be a little
less *corporate* and a little more *free spirited* when the
My rates are hourly so you don't pay the high mark-up for
services that the industry usually tacks on. Let me help you
create a little magic.
Life's a banquet; eat your fill?I can help dish it up!
Sandra fishgal AT yahoo.com
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