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Caterers Design + DĂŠcor Desserts Entertainment Fashion Floral Giveaways Invitations Planners Photographers Transportation Trends Venues Videographers

A Look Inside What’s Trendy? Sweet Treats Memorable Events Expect the Unexpected The Event Show Exhibitors

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Oh, So Trendy! by Shannon McConnell


Sweet Treats Feature

Event Trends of 2018

Local Dessert Options


Activities by Jen Ajlouny

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Expect the Unexpected by Harris Van Cleef

Make Your Event More Memorable

Event Pros to the Rescue

The Event Show 2018 Exhibitors

cover details Max Hortick Bar Mitzvah

Photography : Abby Rose Photo Event Planner : Melissa Vitale Events Venue : Garden Theater Detroit Photo submitted by Melissa Vitale-Feldman, Winner of the Fall 2018 Plan It! Magazine Cover Contest





Letter from the President It is my pleasure to welcome you to the brand-new issue of Plan It! Magazine. Filled with inspiring articles and the best resources in the industry, our magazine is dedicated to helping you take your event to the next level – while making the planning process simple and enjoyable. Take a good look inside … we promise you’ll find inspiration on every page! This past year, our Event Planning Team has focused on all things “new” in the world of events. We attended a National Event Show in New Orleans where we learned about the latest trends and concepts in the industry. Plan It! Magazine is our way of sharing ‘what’ and ‘who’ we believe in! In the golden age of digital media, you might ask, “why make a print magazine?” Well, I’ll tell you … there is something to be said about having a physical product that

Contributors Publisher

Star Trax Events


Geoff Kretchmer

Creative Director

Becca Schlussel

Graphic Designer

Michael Hnatiuk


Brett Mountain

you can touch, write on, carry with you, and share with others. When meeting with

Justin Munter

vendors and business that you discover in our magazine, please tell them that you

Melanie Reyes

found them in Plan It! Magazine. New ideas, concepts, vendors, and local talent are always popping up. Be sure to check our social media feeds on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn to stay up-to-

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publication online at or you have a shiny copy in your hand, we welcome you! Geoff Kretchmer President, Star Trax Events

Advertise in Plan It! Magazine The need for year-round event planning assistance has inspired Plan It! Magazine. This party planning guide is filled with trusted referrals and local businesses providing resources and services for planning lifecycle and corporate events. Updated and published twice yearly - this full color, glossy publication is content-rich, ensuring continual use and creating maximum exposure for your business. Available in print and online at

Harris Van Cleef

Star Trax Team President Partner Vice President Senior Event Director

Download the 2019 Media Kit at For additional information :

Geoff Kretchmer Brian Siegel Harris Van Cleef Shannon McConnell

Event Manager

Danielle Hannah

Event Manager

Jen Ajlouny

Activities Director Production Director Production Coordinator

Brian Fishman Jimmy Lees Ken Busch

Marketing Director

Becca Schlussel

Graphic Designer

Michael Hnatiuk

Office Manager

Loren Stone


Cindy Timoff


Amy Dunlap

VP Valet Parking

Todd Duggins

Valet Director

Zach Neistein

Valet Director

Matt Fekin

Maintenance Director

Spring 2019 Art Deadline : March 22, 2019 • Release Date : April 19, 2019

Jen Ajlouny Shannon McConnell

date with everything new and exciting. We hope you love our magazine as much as we do. Whether you’re viewing the

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1200 Woodward Heights Ferndale, MI 48220 / 248.263.6300

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Oh, So TRENDY! By Shannon McConnell

Senior Event Director, Star Trax Events

I am so proud to be part of an exceptional team of the most creative, forward thinkers in town. Planning events that stand out is no easy task. We continually research, brainstorm, explore and educate ourselves before presenting our clients with the dreamiest proposals. Without giving away secrets in our arsenal of “ideas,” here are some trendy ways to help you keep up with what’s hot in 2018. Everyone loves DESSERT. Make it part of the celebration. Let your guests see it being created. Bite-sized are best – everyone wants to taste a little bit of everything. Mini donuts dipped and personalized, edible cookie dough shots, rolled ice cream, fresh squeezed lemonade with funnel cake bites, mini milkshakes and floats. Please invite me! Mr. Roboto called and he wants you to explore the world of VIRTUAL REALITY! Be the painter, put on your life jacket and hop into a canoe, play some tennis, explore a museum. The possibilities are literally endless and so much fun. An interactive highlight to any kind of event. 7

Create a beautiful piece of LIVE ART! Let your guests be included in the creation. All you need is a black and white outline on canvas, paint, and brushes. For indoor art, we always recommend a drop cloth. The beautiful creation can be hung in the guest of honor’s home or your business conference room. It can even be part of your event auction. Just like in business, the best way to market your product or project is through BRANDING. This is where you can really have some fun! Use vinyl on dance floors, walls, tables… even bathroom mirrors. Add pillows and placemats, napkins, table accessories, carpet runners, window treatments, and visual entry way designs. I’m not joking– you can carry your message through an event a million ways. Make sure you love the logo and pick a tag line to accompany it. Always be sure that your event flows smoothly and the lighting creates the ambiance you desire. Most importantly though, have fun with the SEATING. If using traditional rounds, rent fun chairs. The seating can even be personalized to match the theme. Create an intimate lounge section, even at a formal structured event, giving guests a chance to move, mingle, and talk to those with whom they are not seated. Mix in high tops for added dimension and conversation in “hang out” areas – near bars, dance floors, and especially by the dessert! We love to be inspired, and we love to create. Most importantly, we love coming up with ideas and concepts that make your event stand out and shout “YOU!”

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Super creative and want to put your own mark on your event? Mandell in a box has been created for those who want custom décor but are thrilled to put it in place and add finishing touches on their own. Jenna Urbauer, Mandell Display Design

Classic cinnamon sugar mini donuts never get old. Although, adding a toppings bar makes it totally interactive. Karen Hudson, Detroit Mini Donut

Bombowling and Axe Throwing – both new, super interactive and available at THE HUB! Michaelena Vassallo, The HUB Stadium

High heels and pretty socks are out... cool tennis shoes are in for guests of all ages! Pat Blackwell, Party Assurance

A family recently chose to celebrate their son’s bar mitzvah on the shores of Lake Michigan in beautiful Charlevoix. We created the most amazing sanctuary on the beach. Rabbi Jason Miller Edible Cookie Dough is HOT! All desserts are over the top… bigger is currently better! Rebecca Abel, D’Vine Cookies Slo-mo video booths are unique and fun. Utilizing a fisheye lens to create a different look to party candids is totally trendy. Brian Masserman, Masserman Photography

Something that we love right now are the larger than life Donut Walls! There is nothing more satisfying than being able to walk right up to a fancy wall and picking a donut yourself. Alix Heinz, Live Nation 8



the best events have the best desserts. What are you serving?

Hiring a sweet treat vendor to create something fantastic and fun on-site won’t be forgotten. We have gathered the best local treat providers to make your search for the finest options easy. If you are having something from this fine list – I’ll be there!

detroit mini donut

Karen Hudson / (313) 528-6000 / Made on the spot, our HOT, FRESH DONUTS are always a hit. Sprinkled with cinnamon sugar (or the topping of your choice), they are bite-sized and will melt in your mouth. The delicious smell will entice your guests to seek out the donut station. Donuts can be enjoyed on the way in, during your event, or on the way home - no one ever passes on fresh donuts.

d’vine cookies and dough

Rebecca Abel / (844) 384-6300 / Our ingredients are everything. Let us create for you the most beautiful cookie display, ice cream cookie sandwiches, edible cookie dough bar, cookie dough cups, and more. We offer traditional baked snacks along with gluten-free and vegan options. Inside your event or outside from our food truck - the possibilities are endless!

detroit water ice factory Marc Rosenthal / (313) 888-9106

For your next special event, treat your guests to the one-of-a-kind taste sensation of Detroit Water Ice, with its iconic serving cart and energized servers (“D-icers”) or… our Brown Bag Popcorn Bar with our gourmet custom-blended flavors. Bring in one or the other or both! ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT SAY DETROIT. 11

milkster creamery

Marius Pop / (248) 509-0547 /

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Made with the finest local Michigan cream, our liquid nitrogen ice cream will be an experience no one will forget. Many delicious flavors to choose from, including: rich truffle chocolate, salted caramel, cookies & cream, natural ground coffee, and many more! Flavored syringes and popular “Dragon’s Breath” are additional options to enhance the experience.

my son pops

Kristi Caster / (248) 250-0547 / We peddle our “always natural” artisan popsicles on our charming vintage inspired popsicle trike. But the real charm starts in the kitchen with whole fruits and a back to basics approach to eating clean. Our fresh flavors and aesthetic whimsy are sure to compliment any occasion!

spun sugar detroit

Mandy Tamborini / (248) 506-7265 Life is short, make it sweet! We creatively craft organic cotton candy with natural plant-based dyes and no chemicals. Bring happiness to any gathering with our wide variety of unique flavors sure to delight everyone plum apricot, birthday cake, rock n rye and dozens more! No matter the event, spin up some fun with Spun Sugar Detroit!

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Scott Duncan / (616) 299-2685 instagram @yomobilellc Frozen Yogurt on-the-go that your guests will never forget! Our trailer can pull up almost anywhere and start serving immediately. Our staff will provide superbly crafted kosher certified product, along with unique toppings, sauces, cups, spoons, and napkins. Sit back and enjoy your special day, while watching your guests indulge in this delicious sweet treat. 12

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The greatest interactive entertainers in the country! Is it a big statement? Yes. And we are prepared to back it up!

The fun starts here. Star Trax MCs, DJs and Dancers are unlike any other. These amazing entertainers care about every detail of your event and bring the magic to every moment. We provide exceptional experiences that you and your guests will remember forever. Our customer service can’t be beat. We create the magic - one event at a time.

Shannon McConnell Cuisine Exec

Harris VanCleef Tech Master

Jen Ajlouny Design Expert

We’re with you every step of the way.

Danielle Hannah Detail Pro

The Advisory Team, a consulting service available to Star Trax clients, is designed to assist in the planning, production and management of your special event. Like any other complex project, creating a great event requires leadership and experience and no other event consulting company has better people or more exposure to events.

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Let’s Get this Party Started! MCs / DJs / DANCERS

The greatest interactive entertainers in the country! The fun starts here. Star Trax MCs, DJs and Dancers are unlike any other. These amazing entertainers care about every detail of your event and bring the magic to every moment. We provide exceptional experiences that you and your guests will remember forever.


A private valet experience Star Trax prides itself on unmatched customer service and satisfaction. With a staff of over 300 valet parkers, we have the ability to handle nearly any size valet job with ease. Forgot your phone in your car? No problem. Need help unloading? Happy to get it for you. Do you require a little extra assistance? Just let us know. Fully bonded and insured, a Star Trax valet experience is quite simply – AWESOME!


The little things make a BIG difference It is all about the fun – and we have plenty of it. With over 75 different activity choices, we are chock-full of extra fun. Fully staffed and managed, we are always ready to go. It’s not all fun and games… oh wait, yes it is. Our arsenal includes multiple photo products, interactive takeaways, games, body art, custom clothing, crafts, entertainment, and so much more.

“The party was AMAZING and I couldn’t have been happier. We absolutely LOVED our entertainers. Thanks for going above and beyond!” - Stephanie Langwell

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Plan an event at the only venue where culinary chops, craft beverages and epic gaming all come together for one unforgettable party. The James Beard Award Winning Chef Hugh Acheson diner-inspired dishes are amazing. And with bowling, ping pong, darts, an 80’s arcade, foosball, two private karaoke rooms, deck shuffle, a photo booth and a ton of table games, Punch Bowl Social is one of the only places where you can come as a guest and leave as a legend.

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MOBILE Party SOLUTIONS e often come across “the perfect venue” for an event … only to later find out that the site lacks kitchen space and sufficient resources needed for catering. While we are always able to find warmers, utility racks, and other basic catering essentials, we could never find a fullyequipped, rentable kitchen. Until we met Kristin Brochert, owner of Trailer Events. Trailer Events has made it possible for us to bypass what could have been a major event restriction or venue deal breaker and turn the space into a state-of-theart facility. Originally in the restoration business, Kristin offered a solution for anyone planning a renovation project or an emergency situation that required immediate restoration: a mobile kitchen. Her clients were mostly schools, summer camps, and nursing homes. Word got around about these mobile units and it soon became obvious that the private events world could also utilize her brilliant idea of a mobile kitchen. Thus, Trailer Events was born. We had our solution to hosting events in fantastic venues with little or no kitchen space! Trailer Events offers a state-of-the-art commercial grade, NSF Approved, and fully licensed mobile kitchen. The kitchen has a functional floor plan design and includes the necessary equipment to prepare and serve food in a clean, safe, mobile environment.

As Kristin’s business grew, clients began asking for a specialty trailer for tailgating. State-of-the-art and equipped with a stainless-steel refrigerator, microwave, outside gas grill, generator, and private restroom, these specialty trailers offer a convenient mobile party solution. The trailers are hi-tech with an HDTV monitor, remote, satellite, and Bluetooth capabilities. In response to increased demand for mobile units, Kristin has added executive restroom trailers to her arsenal. We were fascinated by the beauty and functionality of these units. With separate entrances for men and women, the restrooms have private stalls, stainless trim mirrored vanities, hand sinks with warm water, LED lighting, and ventilation complete with heating and cooling systems in place. You never know when you’ll be hosting an event in need of additional restrooms. Kristin and her knowledgeable staff have taken the stumbling blocks out of hosting events. Their mobile kitchens, specialty trailers, and executive restroom trailers can be used for any event, whether it’s a sophisticated corporate gathering, private occasion, tailgate party, or backyard BBQ. Trailer Events is fun to work with and passionate about perfection and customer satisfaction. They have you covered from A to Z and will certainly impress you with their capabilities at your next event!

TRAILER EVENTS 1470 Souter Drive, Troy, MI 48083 (855) 388-8300 /

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ACTIVITIES What makes an event


MORE MEMORABLE Clients ask this all the time. All the small details make a

Technology has allowed us to “map” special

HUGE impact. Like any new concept or business venture,

effects on tons of fun surfaces. We can create

branding the experience and carrying the brand all

conversation pieces on walls, dance floors,

the way through leaves a lasting impression. However,

and even on the bar! Video FX allow us to

it’s not just the attention to detail, the overall theme,

mix décor, branding, and interaction into

and the branding of the event that makes it stand out.

ONE. Nothing adds dimension to a space

Our Planners all agree that Interactive

better than video mapping. This is not just for


increase the personality and excitement of an event.

millennials. It’s the future of décor.

At a recent wedding we planned, our team added a

A beauty bar can be incorporated into

dual basketball hoop just a few steps away from the bar.

events seamlessly. Feather lashes, hair

Throughout the night, that area received tons of foot

extensions, and temporary tattoos are all fun

traffic and attention. This wedding had fantastic floral

ways to add some “bling” for both guys and

and linens, an incredible DJ with a packed dance floor,

gals. At a recent employee appreciation

delicious food, AND basketball hoops! Unexpected, but

event, the entire team was photographed

totally enjoyed.

with custom airbrushed tattoo logos on their arms, cheeks, and ankles. They had a ball

Company holiday parties are exciting to plan. Making

being “inked” and loved the holiday card

them different from one year to the next allows us to

they created as a result.

get creative and have fun. Incorporating a souvenir into the evening’s activities is always a hit! Guests love

In years past, it was expected that we choose

creating cool mementos. Imagine concert tees screen-

the right activity for the right audience.

printed on-site, or transferred custom digital art onto

Welcome to 2018 - out with the old, in with

socks, luggage tags, pillows, coasters…the possibilities

the NEW! Have some fun, break the rules –

are endless. Every year, one of our clients has their

there is no box! Adding interactive activities

employees add personalized vinyl lettering to company

to your event will take it to the next level and

swag at their holiday party. Hoodies, hats, laptop bags…

create lasting memories.

they choose the font, color, and signature. It’s like walking into an apparel store and having something made just for you.

By Jen Ajlouny Event Planner, Star Trax Events


Expect the Unexpected Harris Van Cleef, Star Trax Events

Justin Munter Photography

A client had decided on ice sculptures for centerpieces at her party. Days prior to the event, a storm came through Metro Detroit. Many lost power, including the ice sculpture company. Everything was destroyed. We made dozens of phone calls to help secure another company to fulfill the extensive order. Success – another company was found and happy to help.

We work outside a lot in unfavorable weather conditions. We always are prepared with extra zip ties (wind) and power cords (wet). Being overly prepared allows us to rescue other vendors that didn’t think to plan ahead. Karen Hudson / Detroit Mini Donut

Shannon McConnell / Star Trax Events

The Red Coat Ladies always go over seating assignments prior to the start of your event. Many times, we have caught 24 guests mistakenly assigned to the same table. With ease, we were able to solve the problem and guide 12 guests to the right spot... without bothering the hosts.

On one recent occasion we were given the wrong event time. When the client called to find out our whereabouts – we dropped what we were doing and headed right over! She couldn’t have been more apologetic. The time had changed when a friend’s graduation party was conflicting. Now, we always ask for a copy of the invitation!

Pat Blackwell / Party Assurance

Rebecca Abel / D’vine Cookies & Dough


We have literally seen it all. It’s easy to save the day when the party has no ice – but how about when the client forgets to hire a bartender, valet parking or something else that slipped through the cracks. Finding last minute tents are easy – but how about finding water vacuums on short notice. We haven’t just found them – we operated them too. Changing light bulbs, valet parking in the pouring rain, wiping spills... even removing our client’s hair extensions when they were noticeably becoming loose. You should NEVER feel uncomfortable asking a prospective vendor how they handle the unexpected. If they can’t ramble off a list of times that they were able to help, they may not be the best addition to your team. Vendors and event professionals get tested from time to time to see how well they work in crisis mode. When you work in any industry where you are “behind the scenes,” you are sometimes thrown for a loop and may have “fires to extinguish” – literally! In the event industry, however, the professionals that shine are the ones that throw themselves into the line of fire – usually addressing problems for which they are not even responsible. Expecting the unexpected is the job of every event professional; keep the ship moving and, most importantly, keep the hosts and guests happy!

While catering a wedding, the cake, totally smashed on one side, arrived from a vendor that the parents hired themselves. We quickly fixed it by adding fresh flowers (food safe) to cover up the damage. It looked fantastic and no one knew a thing! Julie Herman / Annabel’s & Co. Catering

I had a party that hired an outside caterer. With an hour and a half left before the event, the caterer still had not arrived. We called and found out they had the wrong date on their paperwork! By some miracle they were able to prep, cook, and arrive ready to serve by dinnertime! Always have an event coordinator to oversee the details. Even the most organized business can make mistakes. Robyn Leinhos / Joe Dumars Fieldhouse

I had an event where the decorator was very late in setting up. I rolled up my sleeves and got started. I climbed ladders and hung signs. I put out place cards and even swept the floors. When the client walked through the door, everything was ready to go! Brian Masserman / Masserman Photography

I had a client that was not happy with the centerpieces that she had ordered. I left several messages for the company that created them and didn’t hear back. I went to the store and bought as many votive candles as they had to doll up the tables. The vendor showed up with minutes to spare, and along with my votives, we made the client’s vision a reality. Alix Heinz / Live Nation


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dessert / fun foods D’vine Cookies & Dough Rebecca Abel (844) 384-6300 Detroit Mini Donut Karen Hudson & Karla Willis (313) 528-6000 Infinity Party Bar Travis Kajy (248) 252-0520 Milkster Creamery Marius Pop (248) 509-0547 Party Cafe Rowaida Jaboro (586) 980-5773

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Designs by Debbie LeClaire Debbie LeClaire (248) 738-3971 Mandell Display Design Jenna Urbauer (248) 351-0800 Mitzvah List Beth Desmon (248) 505-1816 Party Assurance Pat Blackwell (248) 496-4572 Top That Event Cassie Lewis (855) 867-8428

entertainment Star Trax Event Productions Harris Van Cleef (248) 263-6300

event rentals Affairs to Remember Iva Harrison (248) 926-8430 Display Group Kacy Irwin (313) 965-3344 Fabulous Events Lyle Brous (248) 853-6800 Trailer Events Kristin Brochert (855) 388-8300

Udesign Ghost Chairs Joe Jarjis & Mais Najor (248) 872-9504

facility / venue Beverly Hills Club Sandra Arafat (248) 642-8500 Dave & Buster’s Jennifer Nagle (734) 452-4606 Emagine Jessica Beard (248) 794-7447 Great Lakes Culinary Center Emma Calverley (248) 286-3100 High Velocity Sports Elaine Matthews (734) 487-7678 HUB Stadium Michaelena Vassallo (248) 364-4000 Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit Dan Stratford (248) 661-1000 Joe Dumars Fieldhouse Robyn Leinhos (586) 731-3080 ext. 22 Taipei 101 Asian Inspired Bar & Grill Maggie Yang (248) 380-6816

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Jeffrey Floral Architecture Jeffrey Jucewicz (248) 439-1011

Gifts / Favors ShutterBooth Mike Robins (248) 545-6460

hotel Hampton Inn - Commerce Cheryl Cox (248) 624-8100 Hampton Inn - West Bloomfield Lisa Shapiro (248) 671-6500

invitations The Paper Press Franci Hirsch (248) 568-1739

non-musical entertainment Airbrushed Stuff Catherine Pike (734) 664-0958

photography Justin Munter Photography Justin Munter (248) 245-5925 Masserman Photography Brian Masserman (248) 365-4014 Melanie Reyes Photography Melanie Reyes (734) 355-1899

valet Star Trax Valet Todd Duggins (248) 263-6300

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