NOW HIRING OUTSIDE SALES/EVENT PRODUCERS!

NOW HIRING OUTSIDE SALES/EVENT PRODUCERS!

204 Events is looking for Outside Sales/Event Producers! Do you have experience in the Event World? Are you a detail orientated team player? A visionary AND creative? Our outside Sales & Event Producer is all that AND and can translate a client’s dream event into reality. Prior experience in event/party industry is CRITICAL to your success. You will: • Consult with clients to determine event details • Know the ins and outs of our inventory • Secure…

Interview with Deanna Nash

Interview with Deanna Nash

A few weeks back, we got the opportunity to spend a few minutes with Deanna Nash of Deanna Nash Events to talk wedding trends, destination-wedding locations and even got her to tell us how to plan a shotgun wedding. If you’re looking for a creative planning partner, Deanna Nash might just be your girl! Any trends in the wedding arena we need to be aware of? My favorite new trend is wedding dresses that have…

Why Pantone Marsala?

Why Pantone Marsala?

MARSALA PANTONE 18-1438 Marsala enriches our mind, body and soul, exuding confidence and stability. Marsala is a subtly seductive shade, one that draws us in to its embracing warmth.  Leatrice Eiseman Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute® Why PANTONE Marsala is the Color of 2015 Enjoy a chat with Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute and David Shah, Editorial Director PANTONEVIEW.com as they discuss Marsala, the PANTONE Color of the Year 2015 and how this rich and enriching shade can…

Southern Sweet Tea Recipe

Southern Sweet Tea Recipe

204 Events was founded by Alton Butler who hails from the great state of Alabama. The south is our culture and in the south, we drink Southern Sweet Tea. From our hearts to yours—204 Events. Ingredients: 5 to 7 individual tea bags, (Luzianne brand preferred) 1 quart of cool filtered or bottled water Pinch of baking soda, optional 1 (4-cup) glass Pyrex measuring cup for steeping 2 quart glass pitcher filled with ice 1/2 to to 1 cup granulated sugar, or to taste…

Meet Anna Cano

Anna is one of the few Native Angelos on staff here at 204 Events. Born in Santa Monica and raised in La Crescenta, she holds a business degree in Marketing from Cal State University, Northridge. She recently joined 204 Events in our Sales and Event Production Division. Where did you come from before 204 Events? I started in the event business at Abbey Event Services in 2003. Shortly after, Abbey was bought out by Classic…

Featured Designer, February 2015: Aliana Rubins

Aliana Rubins may be petite in stature, but her ideas are grand! Originally from Azerbaijan, Baku, she started her career in the US as a makeup artist in the fashion and beauty industry. Helping launch Giorgio Armani Beauty, she continued on for 10 years as the company’s makeup artist. So inspired by the haute couture glamour and creativity of runway shows, in 2013 Aliana launched Aliana Events. Aliana Events has now successfully created many exquisite, high-end events and her work has been…

Featured Designer, December 2014: Wayne Gurnick

Featured Designer, December 2014: Wayne Gurnick

204 Events’ December Featured Designer is Wayne Gurnick. Last week I watched him erect a 20+ foot tree constructed from a myriad of exciting items he found in our event and prop showroom. He’s “hands on,” to say the least. We had a moment to chat after he climbed down to his safety. 204: When Sira asked you to do this, did the idea of building a Christmas Tree immediately come to you? Wayne: Yes….

Featured Designers, November 2014: Russell Harris and Eddie Zaratsian

Featured Designers, November 2014: Russell Harris and Eddie Zaratsian

Russell Harris and Eddie Zaratsian are both best friends and design collaborators, but they’re also genuine, down-to-Earth, funny guys. I sat down with with them while they set up their Winter Cabin vignette in 204 Event’s Showroom. We had a good time together, mostly talking smack, but we all know a little trash talk makes the production day go by that much quicker. The champagne didn’t hurt either. What’s your working relationship like? Russell: We’re best friends, but also great…