Friday, February 10, 2012

1881 Event Planning and Design





1881 Event Planning & Design 
is a 
social
 event
 planning
 company
 based
 in
 Atlanta,
Georgia.

This 
company
 was 
started 
by 
three
 phenomenal
 women
 who
 bring
 over
 15
 years
 of
 event
 planning
 expertise
 to
 their clients.
 As
 graduates
 of
 Spelman
 College,
the
 ladies
of
1881
wanted
 to 
pay
 tribute
to
 the
 institution,
 which
 brought
 them
 together.
The
 name 
of 
the
 company 
lovingly
 reflects
 the
 founding
 year
 of
 their
 beloved
 alma
mater.


For
 Pamela,
 Ericka,
 and
 Renata
 nothing
 is more
 important
 than
 flawless
 execution
 of
 their
 client’s
 vision.
 Finding
 an
 event
 planner
 to
 truly
 do
 it
 all
 is
 a
 challenge
 but
 1881
 Events
 solves
 this
 problem
 by
 equipping
 each
 client
 with
 a
 team
 that
 will
 handle
 all
 of
 the
 details,
 customize
 the
 event
 with
 unique
 graphic
 designs,
 and
 evoke
 an
 experience
 guests
 will
 never
 forget.
 
 Although
 their
 planning
 experience
 has
 crossed
 the
 gamut,
the
primary
focus
of
1881 Event Planning & Design
is
on
small
social
events
of
75
guests
or
less.
Each
of
 these
ladies
has
unique
strengths
which—when
 combine—makes
them
a
dream
team
of
event
planners. Pamela
Franklin
Stegall
is
a
native
of
Atlanta.
She
holds
a
Bachelors
degree
in
Theatre
from
Spelman
College
and
has
 extensive
 experience
 in
 backstage
 management.
 She
 is
 often
 asked
 to
 manage
 the
 backstage
 events
 for
 high
profile
theater
productions
and
was
most
recently
asked
to
assist
with
the
tribute
to
the
unveiling
of
the 
Martin 
Luther
 King, 
Jr.
national
 monument,
entitled
“A
Monumental
Life,”
at
 Constitution
 Hall
in
 Washington
D.C.

In 
April
 2010,
 she
 added
 filmmaker
 to
 her
 list
 of
 accomplishments
 in
 her
 production
 of
 the
 documentary
 Fly, Sista, Fly,
which 
chronicled 
the 
lives
of 
three 
Pauline
E.
Drake
Scholars—“seasoned 
women”
who 
chos e
to 
attend
 Spelman
 College.
 
Pamela
 believes
 that
 all
 events
 are
 just
 productions
 in
 disguise.
 
 She
 designs
 events
 the
 same
 way
 a
 Broadway 
producer
approaches
a
theatrical
production—making
sure
that
the
stars
shine
and
the
guests
are
glad
they
came!
Ericka
 A.
 Thomas
 is
 a
 native
 of
 Atlanta.
 She
 holds
 a
 Bachelors
 degree
 in
 Environmental
 Science
 from
 Spelman
 College
 and
 a
 Masters
 of
 Business
 Administration
 degree
 from
 the
 University
 of
 Phoenix.
 She
 absolutely
 loves 
every 
aspect
of 
planning
 an 
event.
Ericka 
has
 a 
passion 
for 
graphic
design 
and 
is 
able 
to 
quickly 
conceptualize 
a 
theme
 and
 use
 creative
 elements
 to
 generate
 visual
 presentations
 for
 our
 events.
 Her
 easy‐going
 personality,
meticulous
 attention
 to
 detail,
 and
 amazing
 budget
 management
 skills
 prove
 to
 be
 a
 valuable
 asset
 to
 the
 1881
Event
 Planning 
&
Design 
Dream
Team.
 Renata 
Hilson 
is 
 a 
native 
of 
New
 Orleans 
but 
has 
called
Atlanta 
home 
for 
quite 
some
time.
She 
holds 
a 
Bachelors 
degree
 in
 Psychology
 from
 Spelman
 College
 and
 a
 Master
 of
 Public
 Health
 degree
 from
 Emory
 University.
 Her

passion 
for 
event 
planning
 began 
during 
graduate
 school,
where 
she 
was 
enrolled 
full‐time,
had
several 
part 
time 
jobs,
and
 pulled 
all‐nighters 
planning 
her 
own 
wedding! 
If 
hiring
 an 
event
planner 
were 
in 
her 
budget 
at 
the 
time,
she 
would 
have 
gladly
 done
 so.
This 
is 
why
 she
 is 
so
happy 
to 
be 
part 
of 
an 
event 
planning
 company
 that 
caters 
to 
a 
wide 
range
 of 
budgets 
and
 client
needs 
Renata 
is
 the
“research 
detective”
for 
all 
of 
our 
events.
Her 
logistical 
skills,
creativity,
and 
fun 
personality 
make
 her 
an 
extraordinary 
member 
of 
their 
team.Their 
motto
“Relax…and 
let
 us
 handle 
the 
details!”
says 
it 
all. 
From
 innovative 
concepts 
to 
flawless 
execution,
their 
goal 
is 
to
take 
the 
stress 
out 
of 
planning 
so 
their 
clients 
can
 enjoy 
every 
moment 
of 
their 
special 
occasion.



1881 Events
phone 404.919.1881
email:info@1881events.com
www.1881events.com

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