07 Jan Raleigh Event Industry Gives Back

As many of you may know if you follow our blog, we recently teamed up with companies in the Raleigh event industry to put on a special event for local veterans of the Raleigh Vet Center. In the weeks leading up to our December 17 event, we were continuously shocked by the generosity of so many vendors and other companies. When Shawn decided to move forward with this event after the company who was originally going to sponsor it was unfortunately forced to back out, she had no idea what to expect for the outcome. Shawn has been in this industry a long time and has many made so many connections (now friends). Getting the support needed to create an event to remember was as simple as posting on Facebook.

 

Through Shawn’s business associates, friends and family, we were able to not only throw a beautiful luncheon for 100 Raleigh veterans, but we were also able to become a temporary Santa Claus by fulfilling the needs and wishes of four veterans’ families who had been struggling even before the holiday season. Such a wonderful day would not have been possible without the help and generosity of so many great people.

 

A big thanks to 1705 Prime for providing a location for the event.

Thank you to Expressions of Love Florist for the gorgeous arrangements.

For providing a wonderful meal, thank you for the combined efforts, Donovan’s Dish, Rocky Top Catering, and The Garden on Millbrook.

Thanks to the always delicious Ashley Cakes provided an adorable cupcake Christmas tree.

Thank you SPIN for donating your time to DJ.

Thank you to the wonderfully talented Hugo and Swell, and Cody Hartley for their live music.

Thanks to the IWP Photography staff for volunteering their time to make the event possible.

Thank you, Shannon Franks and her staff at Acme Foster Wheeler, for volunteering their time and generously donating household supplies to each of our families.

CE Rental and the offices of Dr. Daniel Turnbull, DDS adopted two of our families to help make their Christmas special. Your generosity is greatly appreciated; thank you so much!

Thank you to Mid-Way Baptist Church for donating finances and personal gifts to help enhance the families’ holidays and for volunteering time to make the event happen.

A special thanks to The Better Sleep Store for helping to provide bedding for two of our families.

 

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What started as an idea with little depth, turned into a Christmas miracle thanks to the support and generosity of the companies and staff listed above. This event could not have been pulled off without every one of you.

 

Last but certainly not least, thanks to Shawn Schindler! It would have been easy to cancel this event once the original sponsors could no longer proceed, but that is simply not in Shawn’s nature. There was no question that she was going to go forth with the event on her own. With her creativity and determination, she rounded up a great team to execute an event that embodies the true meaning of Christmas. I feel blessed to have been a part of such a special day.

 

Have a blessed New Year, everyone.

Kirsti, Consultant

 

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04 Dec Annie & James: A Wedding with Personality

Happy #tbt and 2 month Anniversary to James and Annie Johnston! It is hard to believe that this much time has already passed since their beautiful wedding day back in October at Shady Wagon Farm. The one word that comes to mind when I think back to this day is personality; their wedding day was just jam packed with the couple’s personality! In our previous meetings, Annie and James told me that there were two important elements to their wedding day. First, was that they wanted everyone to be comfortable and to have a good time. Second, was that they wanted the day to reflect them and who they really are. Well, (as seen by the pictures, photographed by Carolyn Scott Photography) the guests were definitely “comfortable” and hardly left the dance floor. Check. The couple’s DIY charm filled the reception’s nooks and crannies with personal touches. Check and check. A lot of times, I find that it is the Bride who is the mastermind behind all of the DIY projects. Annie and James made it a point to create their little touches together so the décor truly reflected both of them. And I can’t write this post without mentioning this wedding party….they were a big part of the day’s personality! Such a fun, supportive, and relaxed group. They really set the tone….and turned up the heat to this chilly night on the dance floor! Thanks for the tunes, Ryan Pflumm

Congrats to all 🙂

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First picture on the left: At first glace, I loved the simplicity of this photo….then, I saw Roxy’s carrot. See, lots of personality!

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Shout out to this great team!
Wedding Coordination: Amanda and Kathrine at Shawn Schindler Events
Venue: Shady Wagon Farm
Photography: Carolyn & Geoff Carolyn Scott Photography
Minister: Rev G at  RevOnCall
Harpist: Amy Kortus
DJ: Ryan at SPIN
Make-up: Pamela at OnLokation Makeup
Linens & Rentals: Mary at CE Rentals
Catering: Durham Catering
Bakery: Daisycakes
Limo: A Formal Affair

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01 Dec Status Update: Veteran’s Appreciation: Raleigh Event Industry gives back

WOW…. The response from business associates and friends of Shawn Schindler Events has been phenomenal. I am so honored by the response and feel blessed to have the opportunity to give back to our veterans in a big way! We have updated the wish and needs list and included some other items offered.

It is not too late to help! We would love to have door prizes at the Holiday luncheon and are still seeking entertainment. Please let me know if you can help in this manner.

FAMILY 1: Single Mom

This family has been adopted by Mid-Way Baptist Church. The donation box will be located in the church atrium.

Needs:

• Any kind of clothing including shoes, pants, shirts or socks. They are OK for winter jackets. She admitted she wouldn’t mind clothing either. Sizes noted below.
• Plastic dinner dishes for the children (glass dishes are being broken and she goes through paper plates very quickly.
• ** A twin mattress for a bunk bed. One of the children currently sleeps on a futon.
• Blankets/comforter or sheets for the beds. They prefer T-shirt sheets, if possible. 4 twin, 1 queen.
**Our corporate client has chosen to purchase the bed and bedding for the twin bed.

Wishes:
• Jewelry or hair accessories for the girls (ears are pierced)
• Books for boy (Mortal Instrument series or something with some action in it)
• Mom/Veteran – credit or gift card for Audible.com. She only has time to “read” when driving back and forth to work and loves the audio books.

Mom has requested no video games. While the children have a few, they are used as a reward or for time-limited fun. She prefers the children play or read.

Child                                  Shoes        Pants and shirts
3 year old girl                    8                 4/5
7 year old girl             13 or 1             8-10 (wide leg)
8 year old girl             13 or 1             8-10
13 year old boy        Adult 10 ½     16/18
Veteran 11                 Wide 18 W         XXL

 

FAMILY 2: A single dad, no longer homeless as of the first week of November

I am so honored to say CE Rentals has adopted this family and will be providing for them!!

Needs:
• EVERYTHING except a toaster, twin beds and a coffee pot for the household.
• 8 year old girl – she needs reading books for grades 2 and 3.
• 13 year old boy – sleep pants, men’s size small, and hoodies, men’s size medium
• 22 year old son – sleep pants, men’s size small, and hoodies, men’s size small.
• Veteran – needs household goods like queen bed, sheets, blankets and pillows. He has no computer. He needs food, games and toys to play when kids are with him. A vacuum is needed as are dishes and kitchenware. He wears a men’s XL.

Wishes:
• Barbie house
• Bike (26″) – The bike will be purchased by the Larry Upchurch family
• iPads

 

FAMILY 3: Single mom caring for elderly mother and her 16 year old

This family has been adopted by the partners of the United States Military Veterans Foundation.

Needs:
• 16 year old – needs a laptop for college NC Central (she is graduating early), wears size 13-14 pants and large tops. She wears 8.5 shoes. Any clothes or shoes are welcomed.
• Mother – needs underwear size 10 (bloomers), pajamas like night gowns, sleep XL pants, and socks
• Veteran – wears size 13-14 and XL in shirts, her shoes are 9. She needs winter clothes. She needs to have an eye exam for contacts so she doesn’t have to wear glasses. She needs to pay for her daughters wisdom teeth to be removed and her co-pay is $400.

Wishes:
• Xbox 360 games (new call of duty)
***The agency is providing Thanksgiving dinner for this family. They need a sponsor for Christmas dinner, but please note they have severe allergies to nuts.

Our response has been so great we have added a 4th family!!

Family 4: Single mom with 13 year old boy with autism.

This family has been adopted by the staff at Dr. Daniel Turnbull, DDS.
More details to come

 

New Contributions:

Shannon Franks and her staff at Acme Foster Wheeler has volunteered to provide laundry baskets filled with household items for our families. Shannon and her staff will also be assisting with serving the holiday meal.

 

Our wish has been granted!! Thank you to Kevin DeHimer and the staff at Rocky Top Hospitality for sponsoring the holiday luncheon! We still could use a little help on this one.  Expressions of Love Florist will provide the table decor for the luncheon.
1. Dessert, cake, cupcakes, and cookies – we are flexible!
2. Appetizers – great opportunity for another caterer to join forces with Rocky Top to help with this event.
3. Door prizes – We have 100 vets attending so tons are needed!!

 

It is not too late to get involved. If you are interested in helping make this holiday special for these vets, please let me know. You can reach me on my cell 919-417-0460 or email me at shawn@shawnschindlerevents.com to let me know how you would like to be a part of “giving back”!

Thank you so much for helping us and our honored vets!

 

 

 

 

 

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24 Nov Family Farm Wedding: Christen & David

David and Christen were married at Christen’s family farm in Durham, NC. This private venue was perfect for their wedding and the beginning of a new life together. While Christen and her girls were up in the house getting ready we had all hands on deck getting the ceremony and reception sites perfect.

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Christen choose light blushes and creams for her decorations, flowers, and bridesmaids dresses. A perfect fall color for this beautiful wedding outdoors.

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Small touches like this table for the gift box were placed throughout the farm. Don’t we all wish we could get married on a farm with rustic touches already there?

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Moments from the day were captured by Nikki McKenna Photography. What a beautiful couple and wedding party! These photos were great and moments they will never forget!

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David and Christen decided to do something a little different with food and brought in food trucks! The food was to die for and gave guests a wide variety of choices to choose from! I might have food trucks at my wedding just so I could get this great photo!

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Other Vendors Included:

Planner: Shawn Schindler Events

Food Trucks: Only Burger & Foster’s on the Fly

DJ: K2 Productions

Flowers: Tre Bella

Rentals: Classic Party Rental

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18 Nov The Angus Barn: Christina & Robert

Here was a couple that were all smiles on their special day this past summer! I honestly have never seen someone so genuinely happy the entire day! It was absolutely so special to see and amazing to be apart of it. Christina and Robert were married at The Church of the Good Shepherd in Durham, North Carolina.

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After the ceremony guests met at The Pavilion at the Angus Barn for the reception. This beautiful venue was the perfect backdrop for Christina & Roberts big day. Photos were captured by Ginny Corbett throughout the evening. Flowers provided by Expressions of Love Florist.

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To see more photos from this wedding check out our gallery.

 

Written by Alex Watkins

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12 Nov Veteran’s Appreciation: Raleigh Event Industry gives back

We all stopped Tuesday to give thanks and remember the sacrifice the United States Military has done for our country. Today I ask that you put action behind your thoughts!

One of my corporate clients recently received shocking news that their local office will be closing. This happened after they planned on helping the Raleigh Vet Center this holiday season. They had committed to helping three families of veterans who are really struggling and to provide a holiday meal for the approximately 100 Triangle vets.  Individually the employees of our client will be helping to meet some of the family needs; however, they no longer have funding from the corporate office which would have allowed them to do much more.

So, I thought….the triangle event industry consists of many small businesses, alone we may not feel like we can make a huge difference but together, we can make a big impact. We want to open this opportunity to give back to our local vets so that their holiday season can be special.  I have begun reaching out to several of my event associates and everyone agrees we should help.

Below is a list of the items the 3 families need for Christmas, or need in their basic day-to-day life. Keep in mind our corporate client wanted them to “dream big” as you will see from some of the requests.

FAMILY 1: Single Mom

Needs:

  • Any kind of clothing including shoes, pants, shirts or socks.  They are OK for winter jackets.  She admitted she wouldn’t mind clothing either.  Sizes noted below.
  • Plastic dinner dishes for the children (glass dishes are being broken and she goes through paper plates very quickly.
  • ** A twin mattress for a bunk bed.   One of the children currently sleeps on a futon.
  • Blankets/comforter or sheets for the beds.  They prefer T-shirt sheets, if possible.  4 twin, 1 queen.

**Shawn Schindler Events will be providing the twin mattress

 

Wishes:

  • Jewelry or hair accessories for the girls (ears are pierced)
  • Books for boy (Mortal Instrument series or something with some action in it)
  • Mom/Veteran – credit or gift card for Audible.com.  She only has time to “read” when driving back and forth to work and loves the audio books.

Mom has requested no video games.  While the children have a few, they are used as a reward or for time-limited fun.  She prefers the children play or read.

Child                               Shoes                     Pants and shirts

3 year old girl                 8                              4/5

7 year old girl                 13 or 1                     8-10 (wide leg)

8 year old girl                 13 or 1                     8-10

13 year old boy               Adult 10 ½             16/18

Veteran                           11 Wide                   18 W or XXL

 

FAMILY 2:  A single dad, no longer homeless as of the first week of November

*** I am so honored to say CE Rentals has adopted this family and will be providing for them!!

Needs:

  • EVERYTHING except a toaster, twin beds and a coffee pot for the household.
  • 8 year old girl – she needs reading books for grades 2 and 3.
  • 13 year old boy – sleep pants, men’s size small, and hoodies, men’s size medium
  • 22 year old son –  sleep pants, men’s size small, and hoodies, men’s size small.
  • Veteran – needs household goods like queen bed, sheets, blankets and pillows.  He has no computer.  He needs food, games and toys to play when kids are with him.  A vacuum is needed as are dishes and kitchenware.  He wears a men’s XL.

 

Wishes:

  • Barbie house
  • Bike (26″)
  • iPads

 

FAMILY 3:  Single mom caring for elderly mother and her 16 year old

Needs:

  • 16 year old – needs a laptop for college NC Central (she is graduating early),  wears size 13-14 pants and large tops.  She wears 8.5 shoes.  Any clothes or shoes are welcomed.
  • Mother – needs underwear size 10 (bloomers), pajamas like night gowns, sleep XL pants, and socks
  • Veteran – wears size 13-14 and XL in shirts, her shoes are 9.  She needs winter clothes.  She needs to have an eye exam for contacts so she doesn’t have to wear glasses.  She needs to pay for her daughters wisdom teeth to be removed and her co-pay is $400.

 

Wishes:

  • Xbox 360 games (new call of duty)

 

***The agency is providing Thanksgiving dinner for this family. They need a sponsor for Christmas dinner, but please note they have severe allergies to nuts.

 

Additionally, the organization has needs/wishes:

  • Volunteers to assist with establishing a lending library at their office.   Including bookshelves, books, magazines, DVD’s, etc.
  • A face-lift to the “gathering” place at the office. They currently have one bench outside where the veterans socialize while waiting to receive services from the agency.

 

The biggest wish from the organization is someone to sponsor or contribute to their holiday brunch or luncheon.   My corporate client was originally going to sponsor a traditional holiday lunch for approximately 100 local vets and their families. Unfortunately they can no longer do this. This would be a wonderful opportunity for several caterers to join hands and provide this need for the Raleigh Vet Center.

If you are interested in helping with the families and/or this organization, please let me know.   Our staff is honored to coordinate the combined efforts of our fellow event professionals.    You can reach me on my cell 919-417-0460 or email me at shawn@shawnschindlerevents.com to let me know how you would like to be a part of “giving back”!  I would like to have all items dropped off by Tuesday, December 9, 2014 so that I can deliver the items to the administrative staff at the Vet center on Thursday, December 11, 2014.

At this time, we have established drop off locations at Creative Visions, Expressions of Love Florist, IWP Photography and SPIN.  We are working on securing a drop off location in Cary.

Thank you so much for helping us and our honored vets!

 

 

 

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10 Nov All That Glitters is Gold?

I don’t consider myself a girly-girl, but even I can’t help but appreciate a touch of sparkle. The way I see it, you can never go wrong with some extra bling…. and the North Carolina wedding industry seems to agree! More and more I am seeing couples incorporate this bit of flare into their big day.

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I mean, c’mon, there are so many cute ideas out there on Pinterest! Everything from glitter send offs to sparkling champagne bottles, it is easy to get swept up in this craze. But there are a few important things to consider before setting your sights on including glitter into your décor.

First and foremost, make sure you check in with your venue on their cleaning policy. Many places try to avoid glitter at all costs because it is nearly impossible to clean out of carpets or inside the crevices of brick and stone. That is not to say venues won’t let you use sparkles at your ceremony or reception; you may just lose your security deposit. Try to stick to materials that are easily cleaned up by a vacuum.

 

So, instead of this—-> glitterfloor Think this—–>partypoppers
(Borrowed from Pinterest)

 

My next tip of advice is to avoid using glitter in any of your DIY projects. Getting crafty for your big day is a great way to save money and have fun bonding with your bridesmaids & family, but think back to Christmas time. Remember that year when you decided to use those glitter bows and you were finding pieces of glitter in your hair for weeks? Multiply that but 10,000. Keep in mind you are going to have to store these glitter creations in your home and then transport them at some point. Just imagine your glitter trail. In this case, I would leave it to the professionals. Perhaps ask your florist to incorporate something into the arrangements.

 

So, instead of this —>glitter letters Think this —-> flowerswithglitter
(Borrowed from Pinterest)

 

My final tip is to be strategic as to where you chose to include glitter during your reception. While adding glitter to the outside of the vases on your tablescape may look beautiful, you have to keep in mind that your guests are eating on this table….and no one likes a bedazzled filet. Instead, find a fun table linen or get creative with your napkins.

 

Go bold —->tablescape Or get personal—->bethandben
(Borrowed from Pinterest)

Written by Amanda Frystock

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03 Nov Caroline and Jason: Wedding Review and Reflection

One of the best parts of being a wedding planner that may be overlooked is the relationships we form with our clients. The wedding planning process can be lengthy and require many hours spent together. It’s no wonder so many of our clients feel like family in the end! We love reading wedding reviews from our clients; it always feels good to know that we had a hand in making so many wedding days unforgettable. Caroline and Jason recently celebrated their first wedding anniversary and took a moment to reflect on our role in their special day. Here’s what Caroline had to say:

“We have been married for a year & our anniversary incited discussions about the joy of our wedding weekend. We can attribute a lot of this joy to Shawn Schindler Events- with these experts in control, we were able to fully enjoy our wedding & allow them to handle the details! Shawn’s team enables you/your family to be completely immersed in the moment, without worrying about any of the ‘behind the scenes’ execution. This alone made her services worth every penny- the wedding goes by in the blink of an eye & it was so imperative to us that we spend each of those minutes with our guests, not vendors. Shawn had a special gift for transforming the many designs, pictures, & concepts we presented her into a unified, executable vision. Her team assisted with the Rehearsal Dinner as well & guaranteed that all wedding weekend activities, from start to finish, went off without a hitch (or at least unknown to us). We decided to work with Shawn as a Full Service Client & adored planning with her during our engagement. Her recommendations saved us tremendous amounts of time, yet when it came time for a final decision she always encouraged us to go with the selection we were most comfortable with & supported that decision fully (i.e. listening to our style, suggesting a narrowed down list of photographers that best aligned with those preferences, accompanying us to meetings, prompting questions we may not have thought to ask & helping us gain all the info needed to make the best decision). Shawn is very respected amongst wedding vendors; being introduced as her client immediately excited others to work with us. In addition to her experience, she is an incredibly genuine person with a wonderful heart. By teaming up with her you can ensure you will have a positive experience full of laughter & fun! We consider her a friend that we feel blessed to know! We are thankful she came into our lives for such a joyous occasion & credit her with helping our wedding dream come true!”

Reading reviews like that definitely give our job meaning! Look how cute Caroline and Jason were before their ceremony. Choosing to see each other the first time during the ceremony can be very special!

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What makes our job even better is that we not only get to know our couples, but their families as well. We love knowing that Ann, Caroline’s mother, had such a positive experience working with us.

“It’s been said that people come into your life for a reason and sometimes they change it for the better. That was surely the case for us when we were fortunate enough to meet Shawn. She is uniquely gifted with the ability to bring a sense of calm and control to any situation. Her sweet smile put us at ease when we first met as she immediately gave us the feeling that we were talking with an old friend. Her outstanding reputation and numerous accolades proceeded our meeting and she exceeded all of our expectations. Her many years of experience have given her extensive knowledge of vendors in the area which proved to be a big time saver for us. We trusted her experience and had complete confidence in her advice. We worked with Shawn for more than a year and we knew our vision for the wedding day would become reality due to her masterful orchestration. During the process she scheduled and attended meetings with us with all vendors. The day of the wedding she managed the transportation services; functionality of the ceremony ; entertainment during cocktail hour; band for the reception; delivery & set up of tables, chairs, linens, food service & florals; facilitated arrangements for requested personal touches during the ceremony & reception; served as liaison with the reception venue; and along with her fabulous team, managed any issues that presented with 400 guests. We were so thankful for many extra and unexpected things she did for us. As the mother of the bride I was able to approach the year of planning and the weekend of the wedding as a time of making many happy memories with my daughter, knowing that Shawn was taking care of all the details. She is the consummate professional who can be trusted to manage any situation in the best possible way. We appreciated her professionalism, competence, experience, initiative, and sound judgment. However, the most remarkable thing about her is the genuine joy she shares with you for this most cherished occasion.”

It is always nice to be able step away from the planning for a moment and read about the impact Shawn Schindler Events has had on so many couples. Caroline and Jason’s wedding was a day we will never forget!

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To read more wedding reviews, visit our WeddingWire page! And to see more of Caroline and Jason’s beautiful day, check out their video here!

 

Written by Kirsti Zickefoose

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30 Oct Weddings, Parties, and Celebrations Don’t just happen!

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Our throwback Thursday for this week is from a wedding a few years ago when consultants Shawn and Emily traveled to Statesville, North Carolina. This may be a #tbt but our commitment and dedication to our brides hasn’t waivered, we continue to go above and beyond to make each clients special day one to remember!

Weddings, parties and celebrations don’t just happen! A lot goes on behind the scenes. Enjoy a few photos of Shawn and Emily in action at Kristin and Todd’s wedding in Statesville, North Carolina. We had the pleasure of working with Brian Mullins Photography for this wedding. Shawn Schindler Events has always admired Brian’s work but this was our first times actually working together. Since this wedding a few years ago we have had the pleasure of working with Brian on some of our biggest events yet!

 

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Here Shawn is pinning a flower on our groom, Todd, and the rest of the guys in the wedding party. This is a moment Shawn still loves; we can’t have flowers out of place for photos!

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I love this photo; children attendants can add so much to the overall feel of the ceremony. After this little guy’s dad went down the aisle, he decided he wanted to go with dad, not wait for his turn. We always tell our couples we are experienced with children and if there are issues prior to sending them down the aisle, we will take care of them. After trying to get this little one to wait his turn and sending the wedding party down the aisle at the same time, I can honestly say I am out of practice with 18 month old “wiggle worms” and very thankful for my assistant!

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What a unique signature board, you actually etch the signatures in the matting with a special pen. We take items like this from our clients weeks prior to the event so they don’t have to worry about them getting there!

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Cutting the cake; this is not normally the responsibility of the our staff. However, we always do whatever it takes to make the event a wonderful experience for all. Kristin had asked her aunts to cut the cake and they were nervous about not knowing the proper way to cut a wedding cake so that you get the number of serving needed. So, give us some gloves and we can take care of it!

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We are constantly learning and sharping our skills. Thanks to Mrs. Veda, one of our favorite alterations specialist, for sharing this interesting technique for lifting the hem of the gown when the bride changes into flats!

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I have said it before, we love what we do and have fun doing it. Thanks to Brian Mullins and Ginger for such great photos and helping us make Kristin and Todd’s wedding special!

– Written by Shawn Schindler

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27 Oct New Name, New Look…

I have 14 years’ experience in the event industry as a social and corporate planner, the last 7 years owning my own event consulting company. Making the decision to rebrand my company wasn’t easy! But “Shawn Schindler” has been known in the Triangle event industry for a long time. Once I made the decision to change the name to better reflect the caliber of events we produce, the decision to partner with the right Raleigh professionals to make it happen was easy!

When I started my business 7 years ago, the first person I contacted was graphic designer, Shari Sasser of Sasser Studios. Shari always takes my random ideas and turns them into something spectacular! Throughout the years, she has learned the “weddings” business so that we can present a look that is current for the company. We have also learned never use “brown” in a logo!

I first met Ginny Corbett at a wedding we worked together in May 2013. Two strong, passionate professionals working together required bonding! After several other events together, I am thrilled to recommend Ginny to my clients and to call her a friend. I hate having my photo taken! Ginny understood my vision, she made me and our entire staff very comfortable and captured the essence of our new look!

Lastly, thank you Jill Donovan with Donovan’s Dish for introducing me to Mike Rosado (El Jefe) and Jeremy Scott with M.R. Creative! Our new website is perfect!! Thank you for listening to my random ideas, your undying patience with the million emails and edits and making our vision a reality!!

The response from the Triangle event community, previous and active clients, our friends and family has been overwhelming! Thank you from the bottom of my heart! We had a vision but like the events we execute, it took a team to execute the “production” successfully.

Written by Shawn Schindler

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