My Name is Holly Popple, CSEP.

I am a certified Event Planner and have been planning events for over twenty years.

An Event to Remember was founded to concentrate on party planning, custom design work and one on one interactions. This boutique company can bring your vision to life or introduce you to a variety of ideas and themes until you find the right one to express your desires.   The party can be planned to take place in your home, or at the Venue of your choice.  Whether it be an enchanting Tea Party, a Story-book Baby Shower, a “Perfectly Paris” birthday, or a Mad Hatter’s Ball, your party will be unique and full of extra special touches that ensure it’s a one of a kind event that will begin and end where charm and elegance meet.

Holly was able to convince us out of our comfort zone to explore new ideas for everything from decorations to music to gifts. She has impeccable taste and was able to walk us through the entire event from start to finish. We would highly recommend her for any event.
— Anna Schoenfeld, Arts Herndon Co-Executive Director
Working with Holly Popple and her business, An Event to Remember, proved to be very successful for our organization. We hosted a spring Mother’s Day Tea Event, she has a wonderful eye for making an event simply beautiful.
— Jason DiMambro, Arts Herndon Co-Executive Director
What makes an event stand apart from the rest…?
First of all for me its attention to small details! One that’s often overlooked is to consider what characteristics are inherent to the venue you choose or have at hand. If you work with these characteristics rather than against, it can take you far. I like to see and feel a full circle effect, through theme or tone, I want each element to dovetail with the next. When everything works together cohesively to me that makes a party feel complete and comfortable. The above mentioned are rather intangible aspect’s, but once created are silently perceived by the attendee. I think the intangible is often the element that helps create a magical event.
— H. Popple, CSEP