About Meg

Owner, Planner, Designer.

Dreamer, Thinker, Creator.

Friend, Skier, Dog-Lover.

Being an event planner requires a certain combination of creativity, organization, foresight, communication skills and more creativity. But from the first party Meg planned it was evident that she had found the perfect way to maximize her skill sets and still enjoy the heck out of her job.

“The hardest thing I do is take a day off,” she says. “It can be impossible to put work away when I love it so much!”

A current resident of Moretown and graduate of Harwood Union High School, Megan has strong ties to the Green Mountains and is passionate about organizing quality, community-centric events. She grew up in a bed and breakfast in the Mad River Valley and was immersed in the world of hostessing from an early age. Her love of art and habit of constantly rearranging and redecorating her room were tell tale signs that Meg was destine for a creative career. Her comfort with scary things like math and science opened the door to her analytical and organizational prowess. At Boston University, she earned a degree in journalism, a sharp eye for detail, and the ability to navigate narrow roads and tight situations calmly and confidently. But it was her social nature that finally tipped the scales enough for Meg to quit her “real” job and become an event planner.

In 2008 Meg officially went from event ‘bridesmaid’ to professional event planner and the rest is history. Megan has since become an integral part of, if not driving force behind multiple arts shows, festivals and dozens of weddings across the state of Vermont as well as New York, Oregon and Montana. Right now Meg has multiple irons in the fire, including a music & beer festival collaboration with Three Penny Taproom and an exciting new event in Montpelier. She is also working with wedding & event clients for 2014 and 2015.

There are always new things going on at Meg’s Events, including private events and weddings for clients like you! Contact her today to find out more.

If the past is any indication, there is a whole lot of fun-having on the horizon, so stay tuned!

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2 Responses to “About Meg”

  1. Jean Eisele December 7, 2011 at 1:17 am #

    MEG!! As one who “knew you when..,” I take special delight at the thought of your artistic side showing up at an early age, and I also take a certain amount of credit for encouraging that to happen! Of course the Santa pic I love best is you and Katie with the Jolly Old Fellow. Those are the faces that still smile out from a Moretown School collage that hangs on my office wall. Brenda Hartshorn just steered me to this page, and I’m LOVING the sound of it as well as the info. The Artisan’s Sale looks fabulous — I only wish I could see it, but I won’t get in till the 18th.
    It would be great to see you this holiday —
    Much love, Jean Eisele

    • megsevents December 7, 2011 at 1:57 pm #

      Thanks Jean!! It’s so nice to hear from you! I would love to try to catch up when you’re in town! It certainly is nice to finally find a job that I am both good at and love! It’s the best thing to have a legit excuse to decorate and do arts & crafts on a regular basis! 🙂

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