Andrea Freeman Events is looking for a dynamic, fun loving, responsible person who has a strong interest (and slight obsession!) with all things event & wedding related!  If that's you please keep reading...

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Duties will include but are not limited to:

  • General administrative support
  • Assist in organization, distribution, and inventory of event materials
  • Sourcing of materials for upcoming events
  • Data entry & RSVP tracking
  • Vendor outreach and assistance with booking vendors
  • Assistance at events
  • Assistance in Social Media efforts including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and blogging

Minimum Requirements:

  • Interest in the event industry, preferably wedding related
  • Basic computer skills on a MAC and extreme proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel & Powerpoint
  • Excellent internet research abilities
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Dependability
  • Organization
  • Friendly Disposition & Patience
  • Detail-oriented and well organized with the ability to multi-task
  • Some knowledge of Photoshop. Graphic design knowledge a plus.
  • A minimum commitment of 15 hours per week in our Midtown Manhattan Office.
  • Must have the ability to travel outside the city

Please tell us why you are the perfect candidate for this position and leave your number for us to call you back at 646.675.1664.

No emails please!  We look forward to hearing from you! 



Organza, tulle, lace and chiffon to some these are foreign but to our pal Liz over at Designer Loft, one of New York City's chicest bridal boutiques, these are the fabrics that dreams are made of.  Fresh after bridal market in NY and shopping in Barcelona, we recently caught up with her and got a sneak peak of some of the gorgeous looks that will appear in the boutique very soon.  Get ready to swoon and if you want to book an appointment call Liz directly at 212.944.9013.  Happy shopping!

 Photo Courtesy of Designer Loft

Photo Courtesy of Designer Loft

 Photo Courtesy of Designer Loft

Photo Courtesy of Designer Loft

 Photo Courtesy of Designer Loft

Photo Courtesy of Designer Loft





Is there anything better than shaking it on the dance floor with friends & family, I ask you?  How about giving them a little something to munch on their way home so they can recover from all those killer moves?  I love to see guests dance the night away and they always love having a little something to re-fuel them as they head out the door.  Below are my personal favorite late night bites.  Yummy!


Beef, lamb, pulled pork, or veggie... Brioche, pretzel, everything seasoned... the combinations are limitless.  But there's one thing for sure - if it's miniature and comes on a bun it's sure to be a hit!

 Photo: Cynthia Del Conte

Photo: Cynthia Del Conte


There's nothing quite like this sweet and savory combination.  

 Photo: Sara Wight Photography

Photo: Sara Wight Photography


These super-size cookies from Stacy & Stan's wedding were gone in about 60 seconds!

 Photo: Brian Hatton Photo

Photo: Brian Hatton Photo


There's nothing more New York than a warm pretzel fresh off the cart.  Sigmund's has taken the NY pretzel game to a whole new level with flavors like truffle cheddar or garlic parsley.  Of course there's an original and your choice of dipping sauces.  



Quite possibly the world's first late night snack the possibilities here are endless and there are never leftovers!

 Photo: Cynthia Del Conte

Photo: Cynthia Del Conte



Hello there!  So you're thinking about a destination wedding.  Great!  Destination weddings can provide incredible memories for both the couple and their guests.  If you're not exactly sure where you'd like to say your I Do's here are 5 things to help you decide if this is the right type of celebration for you.  

The Grandma Test -  That hilltop hotel you visited when you guys were dating was dreamy -  not to mention full of memories but think through the logistics of getting your entire group there, from guests to vendors.  I suggest using "the grandma test" is it feasible for her to take a long flight and then a long drive?"  Going in with a complete picture of who will actually be able to attend is often a deciding factor when it comes to location. 

Think Outside The Beach - Beaches are only one option when it comes to destination weddings.  Also consider snow-covered mountains, rustic ranches, wine regions, and your favorite city abroad.

Cuisine & Culture - Naturally the local flavors of foods and people will shape the celebration so make sure you're a fan first!

Forecast - It's important to look into the weather for the time of year that you plan to be married.  Temperature is a biggie - and don't forget to think about humidity, precipitation, wind, and bugs

Budget - Depending on the time of year (is it peak tourist season) hotel and airfare prices can vary dramatically.  Be proactive and make sure that the costs are something that your treasured family and friends can cover reasonably.

Save the Dates - As soon as you decide on your location send out a save the date to your nearest and dearest.  You can't give too much warning to people who will be vacationing this year but didn't even know it!