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Duo brings events, entertainment to Valley

by Aurora Sain
Jessica Johnson and Emily Mcclintock of Jalie Premier Event Planning.
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A spirited duo is using their talents and energy to bring events and event planning to the Valley.

Emily Mcclintock, 29, and Jessica Johnson, 31, make up Jàlie Premier Event Planning, which after two years of fine-tuning their company and building a brand, officially launched in September.

They came up with a name that represents beauty, fun and sophistication, and believe that love is in the details.

“I feel like when a lot of people are planning their wedding they cant wait for it to be over,” said Johnson. “We were bummed after planning my wedding that it was over.”

Their love for event planning happened after they planned Johnson’s wedding at Jacob’s Family Berry Farm and figured out where their passions really were.

They originally worked in the medical field, but realized quickly that they were made to work with something that allowed them to demonstrate their creativity and entrepreneurship.

They focus on the small details that help the big day go smoothly for everyone involved. One of their clients’ favorite thing that they do for bridal parties is set up a mimosa, bagel and fruit bar the morning of the wedding.

In addition to the eight weddings they have organized, they also put together graduation parties, baby showers and birthday parties.

They also put together date nights for anniversaries or for any occasion that the client wants to make special.

“It’s really fun to do something different,” said Mcclintock.

They can also set up a proposal including secret photography to capture the event.

“We like helping to take ideas and bring them to life,” said Johnson.

They have a fully functioning website with information on the work they have done, and what you can look forward to when planning your big event.

“We spend a lot of time really getting to know the people we are working with,” said Mcclintock.

The duo hired 11 event assistants to help with their events, and to ensure that everyone involved is happy.

From seeing the couples overjoyed with the end results and the expressions on their faces, every aspect is accounted for when planning any occasion.

Starting Jan. 9, the girls will be hosting events every month, in an attempt to bring more entertainment to the area.

They want to bring more social events to the area and show what fun things the Valley has to offer.

“We feely truly blessed after every single event,” said Mcclintock and Johnson. “It is an honor to be invited into the lives of others and help create an indescribable feeling, a moment that is never forgotten.”