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The Party People, the ultimate wedding planners and coordinators, was established in 1975. Yes, 1975! Pat Butto was a pioneer in the industry, trained in Washington, DC and growing with the wedding industry to provide the best possible service to each and every bride and groom.

What does that mean to you the contemporary bride and groom? Experience, understanding, patience, dedication to detail and above all the ability to transform your dreams into reality. Quality relationships with the client and with their vendors allows the bride and groom a stress free, beautiful planning experience giving the bride and groom and families peace of mind.

What could be better than an assistant gently guiding you through the steps of planning yet embracing your ideas, visions and dreams with genuine delight and enthusiasm!

We are able to offer suggestions on organization, scheduling, new ideas and trends and etiquette concerns. We specialize in helping you plan your wedding day itinerary so that your precious moments of that wonderful day are spent smiling, laughing, kissing dancing and creating memories to last a lifetime.

Do you really want to spend your wedding day worrying and agonizing over large problems and little details? We are your trouble shooters, the go-to people that keep a smile on your face and joy in your heart! We work for you and work with all your vendors to keep everyone up to date and on the same page. As an example, we have had the most rewarding experiences working with Something New florist on developing your look for flowers and décor but assisting in executing the total picture for your day. We work closely with the caterer, band, DJ, photographer and videographer to ensure your requirements are met, that promises are fulfilled.

Affordable price points for all brides and grooms! Exclusive service but not expensive!

Pat Butto has dedicated her entire life to the bride and groom! Let the Party People be a part of the most important day of your life! We are the Reason for great Celebrations!

You Dream, We Deliver!

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