EVENTS BY NATASHA
Events By Natasha is a professional event planning company which specialises in organising and creating special events. We take the stress and hassle out of organising your function so that you can sit back, relax and enjoy it.
We plan weddings, engagement parties, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs and a full range of other private and corporate events. We regularly receive feedback from our clients that our depth of experience in special event planning, production and coordination ensures that each event we produce is an outstanding success.
We know that any event is both important and stressful. With that in mind, we make sure that nothing is left to chance to avoid any unwanted surprises!
We are now offering our services in the UK and Europe for full event management and on the day management, for more details please contact Natasha on 07974 027773 or contact her on Info@eventsbynatasha.co.uk
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My Mum and I were stuck for a decent DJ for my Dad’s surprise 60th Birthday and Natasha found us one in less than a week! We met him and he was exactly what we were looking for. – Melanie Wayne for her Dad’s surprise 60th birthday party, July 2011
Events by Natasha has very ably assisted us with special requests for clients holding events at our restaurants and for special occasions of our own. Response is always swift with competitively priced quotations which are executed thoroughly and promptly. We would definitely recommend Events by Natasha!
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