This past Sunday, Kelly Heyn, the owner of SociaLife Event Planning and Production, was featured in the “Working Woman” column of the Asbury Park Press. After her work had been noticed at a recent charity event, and she was asked by an Asbury Park Press representative if she would be interested in sharing her story. “I have been reading this column for years and have always admired the many woman featured. The business women that are featured come from so many different backgrounds, but each have succeeded with the same goal: to create a business that allows them to follow their passion.”
“Event Planning is my passion. I feel very fortunate to have been asked to participate and I enjoyed sharing my story. I hope that it might inspire other women who are at a crossroads in their life and might be considering a career change. Whether event planning or something else, life is too short and I believe it should be spent doing what you love.”
Access the full story by clicking on the link: “Planning the Big Day”
Special thank you to Lindsey Marrazzo, one of our December brides, for allowing us to photograph her meeting with Kelly. Also thanks to John of Heyn Photography for taking time out of his busy schedule to photograph their session and to Chantal Gabel for using her incredibly gifted writing skills to help us put together this story.