The Celebration Society, formerly known as Occasions Magazine, was started in 2008 by Heather and Andrew Vreeland as a local publication for celebrating all events in style. As the brand grew across the Southeast so too did the direction of the editorial and focus. In early 2015 we renamed Occasions to The Celebration Society(more on that here), the term we’ve always used to reference our venue and vendor advertisers, to get crystal clear on our mission: to always elevate the vendor/client relationship.
In 2017, we became a part of the Nei-Turner Media Group family and also welcomed Wedding Guide Chicago, now The Celebration Society Chicago, as an exciting Midwest extension of our brand.
You see, our team isn’t compiled of professional party planners and designers creating original ideas in our offices. Instead, we’re a group of curators all across the country constantly on the look out for inspiring work done by the professionals. We’re particular on style and look with a discerning eye for honest-to-goodness great ideas, great places and great people to share with our readers. We put a face with a name and story with a company slogan. We believe when you have an upcoming occasion on the calendar you don’t have to do it yourself and you certainly don’t have to hire a stranger. You can meet them here.
Why Do I need the Celebration Society? When you have an upcoming occasion on the calendar, the venue you choose and vendors you hire will make the most impact on the success of that day. Be it a wedding, bar/bat mitzvah, birthday party or baby shower, the professional services you’ll need like a location, wedding planning, catering, entertainment, floral design, and party rentals are the essential event elements no party could take place without. Their expertise orchestrate the senses you and your guests will experience throughout the day, so finding the very best companies to execute your style is of the utmost importance.