THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT A CORINTHIAN EVENT.

Ask around. We throw amazing, rockin', bringing-down-the-house events, and we're proud of that. Take a look through our website and you'll see what we mean. But that's not the whole story… at Corinthian Events, it's really all about you.

Our approach is simple. We come from the service side of the business, not the sales side. Profitability is not our main focus; our main focus is you. We want to not only meet but exceed your goals and expectations, while becoming an integral part of your team. If we do this, and continually do it well, together we will be successful.

What else should you know? We all truly love our job, we love our team, and we love Corinthian Events. Loving what you do and who you do it with contributes to giving 100% to it and having fun in the process.

Corinthian Events is Boston's truly full service special event planning and destination management company. We hope our website, reputation and recommendations show you we do amazing work. We can do it all, start to finish... soup to nuts. Or perhaps you are just looking for an appetizer or dessert. We will provide the missing pieces you need.

Take a look at our website - give us a chance to help with your next event or program or just call us to chat.
We like people!

The Corinthian Events Team


RECENT POSTS
BlogFeed
Thu, 25 Aug 2016 17:03:31 -0400

We’re better together. Many of us here at Corinthian Events have a deep commitment to volunteering and helping out with community events to strengthen our ties to the organizations and causes we feel most passionate about.

Every winter, the Salvation …

We’re better together. Many of us here at Corinthian Events have a deep commitment to volunteering and helping out with community events to strengthen our ties to the organizations and causes we feel most passionate about.

Every winter, the Salvation Army turns the Castle at Park Plaza, which Corinthian Events manages, into the “Christmas Castle,” creating an incredible Christmas celebration for children who may otherwise not have the luxury of new presents. Because of this relationship we were invited to volunteer at the Salvation Army’s Back to School Celebration where kids, ages 5-17, were invited to enjoy a day of fun, on the court, at TD Garden. The day ended with picking up a backpack filled with school supplies to start their year off right. Our Corinthian Events Team was positioned at the backpack distribution center – our job was to ensure organized backpack hand offs and proper exiting – we were totally up to the challenge! Check us out!

Here Erin, our newest team member, and Claudia passing out extra notebooks. All the backpacks already contained 1 notebook but who just needs 1? Extras were a great idea!

Maureen is passing backpacks to a middle school child here. The ‘older kids’ had a choice of blue, black or red bags filled with school supplies. Most popular color? Definitely red!

Elizabeth is keeping her backpack station stocked full. Way to go!

Having the opportunity to volunteer at organizations which we work with throughout the year is pretty awesome.

Lovelane is a special needs horseback riding program. Not only have we had the opportunity to plan their bi-annual fundraising event but our team member Natalie volunteers regularly at the farm. She is also the most avid runner on our team. She takes part in their Run for Lovelane each year for this wonderful group! Their bi-annual Hoedown is coming right up on September 24th!

Other team members enjoy supporting the causes they are most passionate about through running as well. Claudia has participated in many runs including Avon for Breast Cancer, Team Chase for Autism, Susan Komen Triangle Race for the Cure, and Wings for Life. For Maureen, the AIDS walk is closest to her heart, she has participated 10 times!

Check out Micha and Megan above. They have completed charitable races together a number of times! Here they are after the 26th Annual Jennifer Tinney Memorial 4th of July Road Race in support of Jennifer Tinney Scholarship Fund at Masconomet High School.

Supporting causes that speak to us is important at Corinthian Events. We love to help whenever we can and we are looking forward to our next opportunity!

Share

Tue, 23 Aug 2016 07:30:25 -0400

A Presidential themed gala at the Fairmont Copley Plaza brings to mind when John F. Kennedy was president and the Kennedy’s were considered New England royalty.

Inspired by the 1960s and the classy dinners the Kennedy’s hosted while in office …

A Presidential themed gala at the Fairmont Copley Plaza brings to mind when John F. Kennedy was president and the Kennedy’s were considered New England royalty.

Inspired by the 1960s and the classy dinners the Kennedy’s hosted while in office we chose deep navy linens with gold scrollwork. White hydrangeas and white roses filled rectangular gold vases along with gold votives, which elevated the décor, and bright white plates and napkins added simple elegance.

If you swoon over the 60’s you’ll adore the Mad Men inspired cocktail reception that preceded our gala.

Mid-century modern soft seating was selected, along with a fabulous shag rug, potted palms, perimeter uplighting, and one of a kind vintage details transported our guests.

Finding the right balance when designing an era into a modern space is all about the details! This coffee table is sleek and clean, while the golden peacocks are just perfectly glam.

Vintage inspired candy “cigarettes” featured in vintage ash trays really set the scene. These candy cigarettes were also displayed in martini glasses on high cocktail tables. Guests took part in some sweet puffing before heading into the gala.

Here is a real working vintage phone we used as a prop by the couches. I’m sure the kids these days wouldn’t know what to do with this relic!

Everyone had a blast getting into character. A roving Marilyn Monroe impersonator mingled with guests, staff wore ‘Kennedy for President’ buttons, and most of the attendees dressed the part as well!

PHOTO CREDIT: BRUNO DEBAS

Setting the scene takes details, planning and the right location! The venue, Fairmont Copley Boston is steeped in history and beaming with classic charm, it was the perfect venue for this 60’s cocktail affair and gala!

Share

Thu, 18 Aug 2016 16:34:33 -0400

Our Corinthian Events office is a lively place.

We have a soft seating corner where we brainstorm ideas, 2 stylish conference rooms for more formal meetings and an open concept desk layout which allows for easy communication and sight lines …

Our Corinthian Events office is a lively place.

We have a soft seating corner where we brainstorm ideas, 2 stylish conference rooms for more formal meetings and an open concept desk layout which allows for easy communication and sight lines among our team. On a typical day, our team is in flux, moving in and out of the office to lead site inspections, client meetings, or executing an event – hardly a place we could bring a pup!

Yet, when PCMA (Professional Convention Management Association) sent an invite for a dog friendly networking event we knew we had to go! The event was after work so Micha and Sarah volunteered to bring their dogs into the office for the day then over to the event. As the day approached, schedules changed – requiring Micha to be out of the office all day which in turn left Sarah’s dog to enjoy all the attention!

The day was a blast, Raja met the team and spent the day casually stopping by each desk – offering his ball, hoping they would play.

PHOTO CREDIT: DAVID FOX

Best part of the day? Networking! We all had a blast meeting other event professionals… and their pups! There was a variety of ages and breeds of dogs from a 7 month old chocolate lab all the way up to a cranky old dog who hung out and watched the young dogs from a distance!

What a day! Raja’s feedback? “No more meetings!”

Share




Corinthian Events | 109 Kingston Street | 6th Floor | Boston MA 02111
tel 617 450 0600 | fax 617 450 0606 | info@corinthianevents.com | Sitemap