The Genesis

So I thought to finally start this blog for many reasons including to get you to know the brand better. In this post, I will be telling you how the whole event planning biz started.  Subsequent posts will definitely include tips on how to plan events, some DIY decorations and other related stuff.

A picture of a planner

 

Flashback to how it all started. Trust me, I was never a fan of owanbes growing up and if I remember clearly, I have only been on two bridal trains. The first, I played little bride with this really cute boy… so sad I couldn’t get his number, lol.

 

The second, I used connection to make it to my brother’s bridal party and that’s all. Don’t judge me.

A picture of the bridal party

 

Yeah I said I never really attended parties with my parents but I sure celebrated every birthday from a year old till eternity. It so happens that my birthday falls in between Christmas and New year.

Did I forget to mention that it was a tradition for us to host guests yearly? Our Christmas parties were always lit! Well, up till my Daddy passed on.

Aside being 100% Ijebu blood, it happens that my parents always prepare and plan for other people’s party like it’s theirs. I remember one time my dad rented a canopy bigger than the direct family’s own which made it look like he was trying to steal their shine… well you can guess how it ended.

Long story short, event planning more like runs in the blood although I didn’t realize my knacker for it until I hosted the first 57 party and it turned out great. I mean that party was ‘shiznit’! Permit me, I don’t even know what that means.

A picture from the 57 party

Summary of this whole epistle is that I plan events, I enjoy it and could put all my planning passion into your events, should you let me. And, nice person that I am, I will be here to offer you insights and tips on your mini events planning; if you sincerely think you wouldn’t want me to take the burden of planning off you.

I can’t tell how often I would be putting up posts, but you would get a message from me when next I post.

You can stop smiling and drop your comments below.

 

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Morenikeji Makinde
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Morenikeji Makinde

I can tell event runs in the blood, waiting on the next post😊

Black Ogechi
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Black Ogechi

I love this… You’re not just an event planner but a creative person as well… Thanks for making TheLunch a success with your beautiful props

Ibukun Olusola
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Ibukun Olusola

Oh wow! I never knew party planning was an Ijebu thingy (by the way, I’m from Ijebu too), I just know we always want events, meetups or whatever gathering to turn out without a flop even if it’s not ours.
Thumbs up girl. Keep the good work coming✌🏾

elPhemo
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Your first blog post makes you sound like a pro blogger.
Big ups dear 😉

Zittas
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Zittas

You got me girl, I was smiling.
Event planning sure runs in your blood coupled with the Yoruba spirit of owambe, you probably didn’t have to attend a thousand and one before you knew you had a thing for it.
Wishing you greater heights dear and hope to learn a lot from you…..
Waiting on the next post like kilode 🙂

Wale
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Wale

Amazing post or should i say the post is ‘shiznit’. Reading through the post and i can imagine how creative you are, i might just think of a party for Christmas, y’all already know who the planner is going to be.
Keep the good work going girl.

Inioluwa
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Inioluwa

Nice one dear.👏👏.. lemmon Events to the world ✈ .Leggo💃. This is really good, Waiting on your next blog post ✨

Ayoyinka
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Ayoyinka

Nice nice, Dupe🎊🎊. Really waiting on your next post n of course if I get to have an event, you’re a great choice for a planner. 👏

Adebiyi Oluwakayode
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Adebiyi Oluwakayode

I need to know how your Dad’s story ended 😂😂😂