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Savoring our Sunday Evening in Charleston

Sunday night we were invited to Savor Charleston’s inaugural dinner with Chef Jacques Larson and his team from Wild Olive and wine specialist Trish Digliodo of Vidalco South Carolina. Combine the well paired food and wine with the beautiful books for sale at Heirloom Book Company and fresh flowers provided by Charleston Wedding Studio and .. read more

Email’s Subliminal Branding Messages – What’s Your Domain Saying About You?

Have you seen The Oatmeal sketch on what your email address says about you? (In fair disclosure I have both my own domain and an old Gmail account). Turns out that cartoon is not too far from the truth according to a new survey by Visible Logic. What’s the first impression people have when they .. read more

Professional attire is always…professional

’Tis the 3-H season in Charleston—hazy, hot, humid. And with the rising temperature comes the shedding of layers of clothes, hopefully in a tasteful, professional way. So what is appropriate office attire in the summer? Maybe it’s easier to identify what is not appropriate. A recent career survey found that 71% of people thought flip .. read more

Not quite the Doublemint Twins

We’re excited! We’ve added another Jennifer to the team. We didn’t choose her for her name (although it is a great name) but rather for her public relations experience and awesome personality. So welcome Jennifer Shelton! She recently left her job as Assistant Communications Director in the athletics department at Liberty College to return to .. read more

The Sweet Taste of L.I.M.E.

We were privileged enough to be invited to photograph the L.I.M.E. Charleston event on June 11, 2011 to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, Charleston Animal Society, and Hidden Wounds. As event planners ourselves, it’s always fascinating to see an event from the other side! Local chefs like Eric Gaffin of New Dream Catering, Jeremiah Bacon .. read more

More Than A Three Hour Tour

While we pride ourselves in planning events, we think that the Bull Island Safari with The Center for Birds of Prey and Coastal Expeditions was one of the most unique ones yet. A catered meal for 80 people on an uninhabited barrier island off the coast of Carolina with raptors flying overhead… yes we did .. read more

Owls by the Light of the Moon

One of the questions I hear all the time when I am visiting The Center for Birds of Prey is “Aren’t owls nocturnal?” or something like that. The answer is yes—and no. But this is one of the reasons that made our Owls by Moonlight event so unique. Where else can you see owls flying .. read more