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LGBTQ Weddings — How to Show Your Pride on Your Big Day

LGBTQ Weddings — How to Show Your Pride on Your Big Day

At JP Events, we absolutely love the month of June. It’s Pride month 2021, meaning it’s a time to celebrate all the beautiful versions of love that exist in our world. And in the six years since the Supreme Court ruling to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide, we’ve...

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5 Ways to Elevate Your Nashville Steeplechase Tailgate

5 Ways to Elevate Your Nashville Steeplechase Tailgate

Nashville’s Iroquois Steeplechase is back for its 80th competition on Saturday, June 26th at Percy Warner Park. The 2020 race was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so this race is returning to an outpouring of fanfare and excitement. As always, JP Events is...

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When the need hits hard, you’ve got to give back

When the need hits hard, you’ve got to give back

One Saturday earlier this Spring, several members of the JP Events team cooked enough pasta bolognese to feed 200 people and headed to Tent City under Nashville’s Jefferson Street bridge.  It’s one of the homeless encampments that have cropped over the course of the...

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Choose the Right Flowers for Your Nashville Wedding

Choose the Right Flowers for Your Nashville Wedding

Have you ever been at a wedding and stopped dead in your tracks just to admire the floralarrangements? Us too. Flowers have been a head-turner at the most memorable weddings for as long as anyone can remember. It’s almost impossible to envision a wedding without them....

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Introducing a Refreshed JP Events

Introducing a Refreshed JP Events

As I told my team this week, in 2020, JP Events encountered challenges unlike any we’ve ever experienced — much like the rest of the world. We were challenged as mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, and as a business that thrives on the ability of people to come...

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Planning a Nashville Wedding in 2021

Planning a Nashville Wedding in 2021

2020 is finally behind us, and 2021 is getting better by the day as COVID-19 restrictions are slowly being lifted across the country. Earlier this month in Nashville, Mayor John Cooper said wedding capacities can increase from 75 to 125 people, and Nashville bars and...

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Fun Alternatives to Your Usual Valentine’s Day Dinner Out

Fun Alternatives to Your Usual Valentine’s Day Dinner Out

A Special Valentine's Dinner with a Personal Chef (well, almost!). This Valentine’s Day, forget the hassle of grabbing last-minute dinner reservations and toughing out the winter weather for a night on the town. We’ve come up with the perfect plan for making this Feb....

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Crafting a Personalized Menu For Your Corporate Event

Crafting a Personalized Menu For Your Corporate Event

Planning, organizing and putting on a corporate event can be extremely stressful without the right help. First and foremost, when it comes to large events, the most common stress factor falls down to the food. Whether you are catering for 50 or 150 guests, ensuring...

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Entertaining Millennials at the Reception

Entertaining Millennials at the Reception

Millennials – the generation born between 1981 to 1996 - are saying ‘I do’ later in life and couples are certainly saying goodbye to a lot of the original wedding traditions adopted by generations gone by. Entertaining your millennial guests at the reception of your...

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10 Tips For Choosing The Right Wedding Color Scheme

10 Tips For Choosing The Right Wedding Color Scheme

One of the most important aspects of any event has got to be the color scheme and this certainly rings true when it comes to a wedding! From invites to flowers, bridesmaids dresses to table settings, a cohesive flow of color throughout your big day is going to make...

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