I’m the owner + lead Connecticut event planner here at Soirées and Revelry. This lovely event planning boutique was born out of my love of hosting events and bringing people together. As a young girl, I always loved parties. I grew up with all of my family scattered across the country and I’d always dreamt of big holiday gatherings.
Creativity has always been my thing, but it wasn’t until almost a decade into my career that I rediscovered my love of event planning and decided it was time to make a career of my passion. I completed a 270 hour certification in Wedding and Event planning from the New York Institute of Art and Design. Soirees and Revelry was then born in 2014.
"Jenn is absolutely incredible! I cannot think of a better way to describe her. From the first moment I called to inquire about her wedding planning services, I knew Jenn was the right fit. She attentively listens to every detail that you have envisioned for your wedding day and develops a thorough plan to make that vision come true. She responds to every email and phone call timely and with the utmost enthusiasm."
My time as a visual merchandiser at Nordstrom means I am very thorough when it comes to the details, and visual presentation. No crooked flatware here! Other vendors that have worked with me even find themselves straightening chairs at other events while thinking of me.
Gifts are one of my love languages. So I love to be able to surprise and delight my clients with tokens throughout the process.
It is no surprise that quality time is also a love language, and it is important to me to create meaningful memories with those I love. I especially love creating theme nights at home or with friends.
I don’t know if I could exist without coffee. I actually truly love the taste, and lavender oat milk lattes have been the fix of choice lately.
One of my absolute favorite moments of the wedding day is when you see your reception space for the first time. It represents a year or more of work, brainstorming, and designing. Watching my clients’ faces light up, well those moments are everything.