Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Legendary Events Flourish with Amy Saltzman

Amy Saltzman brings over ten years of experience in event design and planning to A Legendary Event. Her emphasis on Society Weddings, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, and Corporate Events helps to round out A Legendary Event’s Design Team. Design Sales Team Director Deb Steege calls Saltzman “Our ‘unique element’—she brings so much to the table in terms of her design sense and wit. She truly keeps us all laughing.” Event Consultant Terry Saxe concurs, “Amy is a breath of fresh air and an absolute pleasure to work with. Her professionalism coupled with her fabulous sense of humor and her ability to connect with clients makes her an asset.”

Saltzman’s background of owning her own small catering company and coordinating events at Event Design Group make her the perfect fit at A Legendary Event. Former president and owner of Event Design Group Barbara Roos says that Amy is “bright, talented, and her people skills are the best.” Amy’s skill set is exceptional. She oversees each of her events from original inception to final on-site set-up by working closely and pro-actively with floral teams, sub-vendors, and other coordinators. Tony Conway, president and owner of A Legendary Event says, “Amy’s extensive expertise, especially with high-end social and corporate events is such a huge asset to our team.”

When asked what she brings to each event Amy says, “my ability to see that the client’s personality comes through.” With 30 events a year, it seems like a tall order; however, Amy relies heavily on the extensive support team at A Legendary Event to get her job done. One of the team members she works most closely with is Floral Director Kim Vasil. Recently, they collaborated on creating stylish “Sustainable Tables” for eco-conscious clients “concerned with having a beautiful event without harming the environment.”

Currently, they are creating a “rustic but elegant” floral design for a bride who simply loves the outdoors. “We’re capturing the bride’s essence by incorporating a bird’s nest motif.” Amy says she may be most partial to designing weddings because, “it’s very rewarding to know that I’m working on something that people will always remember.”

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