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Lovely Events & Occasions Hosting Grand Opening This Friday

Heather Pasko, owner of LEO (Lovely Events & Occasions), is opening her 2nd boutique style event planning/design firm in Phoenixville, and are pleased to announce their Grand Opening on Friday, December 2nd, 2011. Her 1st gallery was such a success in Berks County, that with-in a two year span she has now opening her second. Whether you are looking for a special cake, caterers, party venues, spa services, special lighting, photographers, or invitations, the talented and experienced team can address all facets of your event planning and help you create an unforgettable event in a stress-free and organized manner.

“I wanted to put a face to event planning” said Heather, “where anyone could walk in to my shop and find what they were looking for. Our goal is to make the planning process and design process of any event easy and enjoyable experience”.

Heather has been planning events for over 10 years and has been empowering couples to make educated choices. Although she specializes in wedding planning, Heather also plans corporate and private parties, as well as events for non-profits. Along with design services, Lovely Events & Occasions will host many parties and special events throughout the year. Parties may feature experts on everything from fashion, beauty and jewelry, to hosting charity events or showcasing local artists and interior designers. For more info visit us at www.lovelyeventsandoccasions.com.

Grand Opening details

Friday, December 2nd, 2011 from 6 pm to 9pm at their new store front at 4 Gay Street. There will be live music, food, and giveaways.

Featuring:
  • New winter wedding decor
  • Wedding vendor meet & greet
  • Food & cake samples from the best
  • Meet the LEO Team
  • A Swag Bag for all brides
  • Live Music

Discounts:
  • 40% off all invitations from Carlson Craft
  • 20% off all Event Planning Packages
  • 10% off all Decor Packages

Prizes Include:
  • A LEO Candy Buffet for your wedding
  • LEO Event Planning for your wedding
  • and more from our gracious vendors!

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