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OUR COMPANY IS GROWING FAST AND WE ARE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR TOP NOTCH TALENT TO HELP US TAKE NEW GROUND.

 
 
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ASSOCIATE PLANNER

If you believe weddings can and should be a chic and romantic reflection of each and every couple, then you're in the right place.

Designed for compulsive list-makers and event etiquette enthusiasts. Following an extensive wedding training program, join our team of independent contractors and deliver a quality service fueled by educating couples and creating a one of a kind experience for clients. 

 
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DAY OF EVENT STYLIST

If you fantasize about tinsel & twine then you're in good company.

Are you a pro at installing, setting and styling? Do you love hanging garland, placing centerpieces and styling the entrance table? Whatever crafty goodness our clients can whip up can you deliver, place and make look oh-so-awesome? 

 
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DAY OF ASSISTANT

If gettin' it done & taking names lights your fire, then this is for you.

Do you have a passion for planning? Do you thrive in a creative field? Are you detail oriented with strong leadership, time management, and organizational skills? If so, you may just be the new Day of Assistant that we are looking for! 


Questions? Email: hello@unioneventco.com

Should You Wear a Bow Tie or Necktie?

You’re getting dressed, and you’ve got both a bow tie and a necktie hanging in your closet. Whether you know it or not, you’ve probably already chosen which one will see daylight (or… nightlight?). That’s because the other pieces of your outfit often dictate the right neckwear for your look.

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You’re wearing a tuxedo.

Still pretty simple, but you do have options. If you know you’re wearing a tux, that means the event is pretty formal or there’s a specific dress code. If the dress code is black tie, wear a bow tie. If it’s a little more laid-back—black tie optional or creative black tie—or it’s just not a super formal wedding or event, you’re clear to wear a necktie.

If you do choose a necktie, you’ll probably want to stick with black satin or silk, or a simple black and white pattern.

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You’re wearing a suit.

This is a pretty subjective situation. Bow ties are less common, so they’ll make more of an impact and set you apart from the crowd. A necktie is definitely the more predictable way to go, but if you’re uncomfortable rocking a bow tie, stick to what you know. The truth is, there isn’t really a wrong neckwear choice when you’re wearing a suit.

You’ll also need to make a decision about tie colors and patterns, because when you’re wearing a suit, you have a little more wiggle room for these options.

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You don’t want to wear a tie.

Going sans tie is a bold move, but one we wouldn’t recommend for formal events—too trendy. This probably works best with a suit, or if you somehow score an invite to an über-fashionable event like the Met Gala, you could ditch the tie. Just know that this is not for beginners or the faint of style.

If you do decide to wear a bow tie, you’ll still have a lot of options to sort through. A good way to narrow down your choice is by looking at the fabric.

From our friends at The Black Tux. Enjoy $20 off your groom's attire, contact us for your promo code!

Mackenzie + Calvin at Cooper Spur Mountain Resort | Kaela Mey Photography

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Bar + Beverage: Cooper Spur Mountain Resort | Beauty:  | Cake: | Catering: Cooper Spur Mountain Resort Cinematography: NW Film CoEntertainment:  | Florals:  | Officiant: Friend | Photography: Kae Mae Photography | Rentals + Decor: Barclay Events | Venue: Cooper Spur Mountain Resort | Wedding Coordinator: Stephanie Laur of Union Event Co