An opportunity to hear first hand stories of the successes and failures from the big shots of our community.
As a team, we want couples to feel like they are a part of the TC Family - from the very start of the planning process, until the very end of their event (and even beyond that).
It was a beautiful night and I was so proud of my team, who accepted TWO awards!
Our craft beer advocate and guru talks about learning to love a good craft brew and her love of supporting and learning more about local businesses in Columbus, Ohio.
Watch how we celebrated our big 2-0!
I didn't know it, but I was lost.
Twenty years ago, I took my remaining vacation time from the worst job ever and never went back.
We like to make sure expectations and needs are met first, before leading our clients into our creative vortex.
The event industry is unique. We start with a few ideas in our heads and we build something from absolutely nothing. We are not building things out of raw materials. We build experiences out of a collection creative elements. These events that we are curating become moments in someone’s life that have the power to create memories.
Back in September our General Manager, Jay, came to me with the idea of “doing something big for our 20th anniversary.” That’s it. That’s really all he gave me to work with and he told me to run with it. Fast forward through several months, countless brainstorm meetings, lots of feathers and glitter (stay tuned next month), endless cups of coffee, a few puppy kisses, and here we are!
As someone who grew up in New York, I never expected to move to Ohio. Ohio seemed wayyyy out there. Too far, too quiet, too country…until I found Columbus. Columbus is the city gem with the Midwest feel I had always been looking for.
The New York Times recently brought up a good point: "When the question of what will define 2017 comes up, the response most often includes words like 'Trump' and 'populism' and 'division' and 'anger'... 'Green' — not so much."
The Kitchen opened their "home" to us and we opened ours to them. We served meals we were both proud of and that we thought the other would enjoy. We took the time to think communally instead of competitively and in the end we both had a glimpse into the others world.