Got some photos back from our Oregon School Counselor Association conference a couple weeks ago. So great working with this group! EJP Events helped them from beginning to end, starting with venue search, contract negotiations, sponsor and vendor solicitation and management, catering menu planning, registration, social media, event marketing (the conference sold out for the second time we have been involved!), to onsite coordination and check in. We even printed and ordered their swag items, such as t-shirts, bags, pens, and notepads.
More photos from this wonderful conference available here:
Anushka, a Portland high school student, has been studying classical Indian dance for 9 years. Last Saturday, EJP Events – Portland Wedding and Event Planning helped her parents celebrate Anushka’s arangetram, or formal debut recital. 350 attended the event at PCC – Portland Community College Sylvania’s Performing Arts Center with an intermission reception featuring food by Swagat Indian Cuisine. Family then returned home for a dinner party catered by Thai Bloom in NW Portland.
I’m always humbled to receive emails like this. It’s a big deal to trust someone you haven’t yet met in person to work with you through all the details and issues that come with planning your wedding day. Thank you S&D, and I’m so excited to be working with you in the coming year ❤❤
super wayback #tbt to an Austin Hill Country wedding! I would love to go back and do another, so if you’re one of the many Austinites recently moved to Portland, but are going back for your wedding, consider us! http://ift.tt/2lWwSsq
Our friends at Amrapali Boutique in Hillsboro are celebrating their 4th anniversary, and we just got this great sale notice from them. If you need to outfit yourself for a South Asian or Indian wedding this summer, you have to check out their great selection of clothing, jewelry and gifts!
"Thank You For Your Patronage
It is because of your love and support that AMRAPALI is celebrating its 4th Anniversary. It only feels like yesterday when we opened our doors on 9th January, 2010. A dream came true and all of you helped nurture & support it. Thank You Once Again.
To book your first appointment, please check our appointment calendar below. If you don’t see your preferred time, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can adjust to your schedule. Once you have chosen an appointment time, simply email us at email@example.com to request the time, or call us at 503-284-6756 to schedule by phone. You’ll receive a confirmation shortly after.
EJP Events offers a 30-minute initial complimentary phone consultation to discuss your event needs and create a proposal. It is meant as a casual conversation and introduction to the business. We also can book working in-person or remote consultations at the cost of $75/hr, to address specific issues and work on your event, such as: develop venue/vendor lists, create preliminary budgets, or provide assistance with initial concept, design, and strategy. If you wish to book more time for an hourly consultation to work on a specific task, just let us know at the time you make your appointment.
We look forward to meeting with you and talking all about your wedding!
We recently received these lovely pictures from David Barss, one of our favorite photographers who always without fail sends us a disk and a link after the wedding (hint, hint 😉 )
Curtis and Sarah married at the Mt. Tabor Summit, a Portland Parks site. Often folks are wary of public parks sites and wonder if they are safe, if strangers will interrupt the wedding, if the facility will be clean. All I can tell you is about my experience as a coordinator, and that is, with good pre-planning, a public parks site can be a wonderful and unique venue; and that members of the public in the overwhelming number of cases are respectful of a wedding. I personally have not encountered any problems at the weddngs I have had in public parks sites such as Mt. Tabor, Council Crest Park, Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, and many others.
So consider that public parks site that you may have overlooked!
I love getting the mail. Especially when there is a new bridal magazine to read. All the pretty pictures! So when I opened up the cover of the Spring 2009 Elegant Bride magazine, it was a treat to see one of our clients' weddings featured in their "New Ideas" section. ("Buttoned Up", page 66.)
It brought back great memories of connecting with a really fun client (Amber of The Ribbon Jar), and bringing all of her and her fiance's ideas to life.