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Posted By Marlowe Churchill, Thursday, January 29, 2015
Eye Candy of the Week


Ready for some major inspiration? Well here it is!

During the exciting tablescape competition, lead by instructor Abeki Carter, Borough of Manhattan Community College campus students collaborated to create this one-of-a-kind look.

Inspired by Mardi Gras and some of its colors, green and gold, there is much to love about this fabulous take on the holiday. Our favorite details include the glittered masks, the subtle feather details and of course the vibrant shades of emerald green.

What is your favorite detail?

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Bellevue, WA Wedding & Event Planner Certification Course Still Open For Enrollment

Posted By Michelle Culp, Thursday, January 8, 2015

Are you looking for a fulfilling career in wedding and event planning? Are you looking for hands on experience and knowledge from professionals within the industry?

Come take the course to receive your Wedding and Event Planner Certification at Bellevue College in Washington taught by me, Michelle Culp, a local Wedding and Event Planner. I have been the Owner and Senior Wedding and Event Planner of a local wedding and event planning company, Essence of Events, LLC. My company has maintained a 5 star rating based on our professionalism, quality of service, responsiveness, value and flexibility.

I encourage you to come take the course with me and get the most out of the course. How better to learn than from someone that has been in the industry for over 17 years. You are welcome to read more about some of my experience on my profile.

I have several fun things planned to give you some hands on experience and hear from real professionals within the industry. Whether you are looking to further your career, have some experience within the industry or just starting out. My class is the one to take to gain great hands on experience, knowledge of the industry and lead to a satisfying career in Wedding and Event Planning. I am also offering an internship, after the completion of certification, to those who meet specific qualifications.


Come join me! Enroll Now! January 28th 2015-April 1st 2015



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Start The New Year Right!

Posted By Marlowe Churchill, Wednesday, January 7, 2015

New Year New Career! Start Today!


Start The New Year In A Dream Career...

Doing What You Love


Success seems so far away when you are just getting started. It’s a far away vision that someday we hope to achieve like getting into college, finding your soul mate, or starting your own business.

In reality, success can happen every time you make a decision that leads you closer to your goal. Even baby steps will eventually get you where you want to go, but you have to make them. If you never start, because it’s just not the right time, then the right time may never come. Do something every day or every week that takes you closer to your goals and check the box for success each time. More.


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Did You Know... "The Spirit of Giving"

Posted By Marlowe Churchill, Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Did You Know...

Giving gifts is a form OF expressing one’s love, respect, and affection to another. The presence of gift giving practice dates back to early civilizations. People gave gifts to their tribal leaders and exchanged gifts among themselves. These gifts were primarily made from the bark and wood of trees.



The tradition of gift giving actually observed started sometime in the early 1900s. 




Gift giving has always been reciprocal, except when gifts were given to the leaders of state in various cultures. The heads received gifts in order to procure favor and express commitment. This practice is being followed even in the present day in different parts of the world.

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Did You Know... "Holiday Fact"

Posted By Marlowe Churchill, Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Did You Know...

The traditional three colors of Christmas are green, red, and gold. Green has long been a symbol of life and rebirth; red symbolizes the blood of Christ, and gold represents light as well as wealth and royalty. 

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Did You Know... "Black Friday Fact"

Posted By Marlowe Churchill, Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Did You Know...

Nearly 135 million people go out to shop on Black Friday every year.

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Did You Know... "Thanksgiving Day Parade"

Posted By Marlowe Churchill, Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Did You Know...


Originally known as Macy’s Christmas Parade—to signify the launch of the Christmas shopping season—the first Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade took place in New York City in 1924. It was launched by Macy’s employees and featured animals from the Central Park Zoo. Today, some 3 million people attend the annual parade and another 44 million watch it on television.

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Did You Know... "Veterans Day Fact"

Posted By Marlowe Churchill, Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Did You Know...

In 1954, President Eisenhower officially changed the name of the holiday from Armistice Day to Veterans Day. There are approximately 23.2 million military veterans in the United States today.

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Did You Know... "Day of the Dead Delight"

Posted By Marlowe Churchill, Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Did You Know...


Sugar skulls are the most popular symbol of Mexico's most famous holiday, Dia de los Muertos, also known as "Day of the Dead" in English. Dia de los Muertos is a holiday celebrated on November 1 & 2, where people celebrate and honor their deceased loved ones.


Keeping with the true spirit of Day of the Dead, sugar skulls are not creepy or morbid. Instead, they are happy, vibrant candies that are often smiling or laughing, and are of a positive nature. The bright variety of colors and sparkly decorations on the sugar skulls are cheerful enough to clear away any fear or concern about what they represent.


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happy studant

Posted By Luiza Otreba, Sunday, October 26, 2014

My family is the most important thing in my life. I always was and be there for them but  now at age 54 I decided to do something for myself.

I am stared to do what I love to do I am taking a excellent course at LOVEGEVITY.

I was a good event planner but now I will became a wonderful certified professional  event planner and market ready .

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