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What is “Day-of Planning” or “Event Day Coordination”?

The weeks just before your event are often the most stressful. You have done the hard work planning, researching & booking your vendors, and now you have to finalize the small details.


Creating a timeline, coordinating with the venue and vendors and ensuring everyone is up to date.


On the day of your event, there are always last-minute changes issues that come up, speeches, ceremonies and presentations to keep on schedule while you are supposed to be enjoying your day!


We can help. We’d love to help!

Three to four weeks before your party we meet to review all the details and understand your vision. We create a detailed timeline and coordinate with the venue and the different vendors.

On the “day of” our team arrives onsite to oversee set-up and we direct the flow of the entire day from when you arrive until the last of the guests goes home.

​We give you peace of mind so that you can fully enjoy your celebration with your guests.

Image by Max van den Oetelaar

Who Am I?

I worked for several years in the international events industry, on large-scale conferences and congresses for corporate and charity events. To execute events of this size, a high level of organizational and logistical skills are required, as well as adherence to budget.

Organizing milestone family events, such as weddings, and Bar/Bat Mitzvot is a different affair. It involves a personal connection to my clients, understanding their vision and dreams, and ensuring that on the day, the family is happy, relaxed, and can count on me to keep everything running smoothly, and according to plan.

As a native New Yorker who moved to Israel over 25 years ago, I have a deep understanding of the wants and needs of my clients, and my familiarity with the Israeli market and local industry enables me to execute their vision with ease.

I thrive under pressure, multitask as second nature, and can implement last-minute changes, to produce seamless events that exceed client expectations.


I would love to hear from you. Feel free to reach out to chat about your upcoming occasion.


May we share many smachot,

  - Shoshana

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