Welcome to my little corner of the internet. So glad you’re here.
I’ve spent the last few months working with an amazing web designer and developer to get the Emily Hill Events site up and running. My friend Kerri DiNarda is so talented and such a joy to work with.
So this, where you are reading right now, is the blog. It’s a lot like my old blog but prettier and more event focused. I’m excited to roll out some new features and keep sharing open letters like the one I sent to running. The tag line doesn’t lie, this is where great events come to party. You do not want to miss that.
If you click over here (go ahead and click over, I’ll wait), you’ll be on the EHE main page. Yes, that is a giant photo of me. I’m saying “Hello!”
Learn everything you’d ever want to know about EHE and me in the about section. That’s probably an exaggeration but check it out anyway. I started this business because I was made to do this (I was not kidding about my middle school basement parties being premiere events). More importantly, I really believe that great events should be about people, bringing them together and making them really happy.
Should you need an event planner you can in fact hire me. Check out the services EHE offers and look at a pretty picture of my former clients captured by The Weibners. Soon you’ll be able to see more eye candy in the portfolio section. See what I’ve done there, I’ve given you an excuse to come back soon and often.
Finally, should you want to chat with me (and I know you do) you can do so via the contact page. You can also stalk me on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram. That’s a lot of stalking for you to do.
Well this concludes our tour. Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope to see you around here regularly. Another giant thank you to Kerri for working tirelessly to capture my vision and also for being so nice about the number of emails I sent to her. And a shout out to my friend Tim who snapped the photos of me (and the cupcake) for the site.
So what do you think? I’d love to hear your thoughts on EHE.