I’m starting a new series to share more behind the scenes of projects I’m working on! I’ll post everything here from photoshoot outtakes, answer FAQs in more detail and announce exciting life updates! With the holidays right around the corner, I thought this would be the perfect time to share more about my virtual party planning service. Until now this has been more of a word of mouth type thing for me but I really enjoy it and want to start taking on more online clients!
After seeing a lot of interior designers offer e-design services, I thought to myself, if you could help someone decorate a room without stepping foot it in, you can definitely help someone decorate for a party! Between Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years there are a lot of opportunities to host over the next few months. Whether it’s a causal dinner party for six or a holiday party for twenty, I fully believe entertaining should be fun but believe me, I know it can be stressful. Between everything floating around on social media and Pinterest we put a lot of pressure on ourselves to ensure our guests have an amazing time. But let’s face it, sometimes we don’t have the time OR energy to think of every detail. That’s where I come in!
After years of planning parties for my clients I decided to take a step back and focus more on styling. Even though I rarely take full service party planning clients anymore, I do offer a really fun service to help come up with all the creative details! I offer three levels of involvement, you can see the full description of each here. You’ll fill out a questionnaire to give me a better idea of your style then we’ll schedule our call. I’ll help you curate a Pinterest board for the party and help you narrow down your vision for the event. I also provide recommendations for invitations, decorations, food, drinks, favors, layouts and more. At the end, you’ll have a complete inspiration board along with a shopping list with direct links of what to buy and a list of my party must-haves.
Cheers to stress-free party planning!