• Eventfully, Jacquelyn Throws a {Hoboken} Birthday Party

    Jacquelyn of Eventfully, Jacquelyn is back with some tips when planning a Hoboken Birthday Party!

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    This little buddy clearly takes the cake as my cutest {and youngest} client ever! I was hired to plan little Mason’s 1st birthday shindig right here in Hoboken and…well, totally nailed it {if I do say so myself}. Planning a party in Hoboken can be difficult due to capacity and budget issues but I’m going to share some of my secrets on how to throw the perfect {Hoboken} birthday party to celebrate in style at any age!  

    Eventfully, Jacquelyn Birthday Party Event Planner in Hoboken

    Location: Dozzino

    Owners of Dozzino {Marc & Rob} are thrilled to close their doors to the public to accommodate large {or small}, private events featuring their homemade pizzas and other Italian specialties {insider tip: if you ask them to have a pig roast the answer will be yes}. The staff is incredibly helpful, the price is definitely right & the quality simply can’t be beaten!

     

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    I highly recommend Dozzino for any and all celebrations here in Hoboken {or even just for a girls night out ;) } With the fun atmosphere and amazing location your party is sure to be a total success.

    Eventfully, Jacquelyn Event Planner and Wedding Planner in Hoboken

     {Chalkboard Art by Brooke}

    Theme: ‘CityScape’ Stationary by The Office

    Did you know The Office {located at 306 Washington St.} has a graphic designer on staff who can custom create invitations {see above}, seating cards, place mats {shown here} & much more?

    Well, now you know! You can afford to have every detail designed and printed right here in Hoboken. If you need inspiration deciding on a theme just look around your home or the home of the person you are celebrating. We decided to use Mason’s sheet set as inspiration for our “CityScape” theme…the answer to finding a fun theme is usually right in front of your eyes.

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    Dessert Table: The Hudson Cakery

    The Martha Stewart inside of us would crawl into a corner and cry if we didn’t have a rockin’ dessert table to celebrate Mason’s 1st birthday! The Hudson Cakery captured every detail of the theme and created this exquisite dessert table which was a festive focal point throughout the party. We couldn’t find the perfect chevron tablecloth so why no improvise with a shower curtain? The hand painted letters can be found on Etsy to add a personalized touch. OH, and the balloons…I love organizing them at different heights to add a little extra dimension. Another little secret to make the table look super special is to lay cookies on a bed of color coordinated M&M’s like Jenn of THC did here. Looks trés chic…yes?

    Eventfully Jacquelyn Event Planner Hoboken

    Are you trying to plan a birthday, anniversary or graduation party but feeling overwhelmed  with all of your ideas {thanks to Pinterest}? Since I just had entirely too much fun planning Mason’s 1st birthday party, I’m now offering a birthday party pricing special…but shhhhh, it’s a secret {Hoboken Girl readers only}. Contact me at eventfullyjacquelyn@gmail.com or 561.400.2731 for a free birthday party consultation! To see more pictures visit me here at Eventfully, Jacquelyn Facebook

    Rock on party people. You know what I say…when the goin’ gets tough… it’s time to throw a party!

    Eventfully,
    Jacquelyn

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    • When we had my daughter’s first birthday party in our home, I had a great experience with Dark Side of the Moo, the food truck you often see parked by Cork City. The pricing was great and allowed us to have about 90 people total, spilling out our front door and hanging around the truck. The owner was a DREAM to work with and used all of my party-themed paper goods and custom menu.

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