2013….Reflection and Top 5 Blog Posts

We experienced major changes in 2013, we added the Accredited Event Designer certification to our arsenal, we expanded our offerings to include backdrops and ceiling drapings, we provided a #hollicon guest blog post, we coordinated two events on the same day in June, and we moved to the other side of the country.

As we learn more about our new home, Sierra Vista, AZ and we move further along on this journey to provide event coordinating services in southern Arizona we can’t help but reflect on what this year has brought and what we envision for 2014.

We’ve always strived to be an information resource for our audience to learn about what goes on in our crazy, mixed-up mind. We approach this blog from the perspective of the average person being able to ask an event planner the questions that are one their minds about the industry. Some of our posts have definitely been more popular than others, so here’s a quick recap of our Top 5 Blog Posts for 2013:

5. Houston, We Have a Problem (At Home):





4. For the Couple that Has it All…:






3. Why Day-Of Wedding Coordinators are the Best Thing Since a Bread Slicer:

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2. Um, I Don’t Need a Planner, My Venue Provides One…:

Outdoor Event




1. Business Event Planning Taboos that You Should Break:




We’re looking forward to an AWESOME 2014 and  being able to help even more clients create the events they desire. We hope that you have benefited from the tips, tricks, and resources that we’ve shared this year, and we’re looking forward to hearing from you in 2014!


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