When most people think of the world event planning, they may think about wedding events or family celebrations. Actually, this $14 billion dollar industry is focused on planning not only private events for your loved ones, but business conferences, trade shows, and just about any major gathering you can think about. While spending on those business and other professional events has drastically declined by 8% the last few years, the industry is expected to climb back up as small business and other new brands popping up look at holding large scale events to draw interest. The following list is of event planning company names from around the United States that are meant to inspire your own special type of planning service.
A Perfect Event Productions and Party Rental
A Spice of Life Catering Services
Abbey Party Rents
Allies Party Equipment Rental Inc.
A-One Weddings & Events
As You Wish
Castles N Coasters
Classic Party Renters
Event Wedding Planning
Events By Design
Festivities Catering & Special Events
Five Star Catering and Event Productions
InStyle Wedding Planning
Lifetime Weddings and Events
Little Bird Celebrations
Love at First Bite Catering and Event Planning
LT Eventions Inc.
Occasions On The Go
Oh How Charming
Organically You Events
Paradise Delight Floral & Event Productions
Platinum Living Events
RC Special Events
Sapphire Event Marketing
Seize The Day Wedding Planners
Simply Sweet Wedding & Events
StarStruck Event Planning LLC
The Event Company
The Manor House
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