salt gatherings

i’ve been a busy bee over here preparing for this year’s weddings but also working behind the scenes on launching salt events, a sister company to lovely little details focused on intimate, innovative dinner parties and pop-up restaurant design. while lovely little details isn’t going anywhere (weddings are still my heart!), salt gatherings will be launching this coming spring to add another service level on a smaller scale and i couldn’t be more excited! i have never seen another company focus specifically on dinner parties & partner with chefs for pop-up restaurants and it has been something i’ve been wanting to explore for a long time now. there’s no time like the present so i figured let’s do this!

a little bit about salt:
salt is a boutique planning & design company focused on bringing back the art of intimate gatherings and our goal is to bring guests together for supper in unexpected ways and places. whether you’re looking to pull together a dinner party with friends & family in the middle of a field, under a sprawling oak tree, or in your very own home, or you’re a chef looking to share your culinary talents with the world in the form of a pop-up restaurant, we will work with you to source all of the components to bring your gathering to life, from furniture rentals to custom linens to floral design.

salt is a special seasoning in my family, and my grandmother was known to provide multiple salt shakers on the table for her dinner parties. if there wasn’t salt on the table, the setting wasn’t complete. I have carried this sentimentality of salt with me through the years, with a fondness for the simple salt shaker on the table all the way to the salt in the sea. salt gatherings is my way to bring people together through the art of the dinner party – seasoned to perfection, enabling guests to focus on good company, good food, and good cheer while i focus on the details behind the scenes.

if you’re interested in getting involved, please contact me :) thanks for all of your support thus far!

happy friday everyone!

  • Sofia says on February 7, 2014 Reply

    Jacin, this is so exciting!!!! I wish you all the best for this new adventure, i will make sure to be in the front row applauding!!! Cheers and high fives!

  • Roxanne Bellamy says on February 7, 2014 Reply

    How amazing! Sounds like a blast!

  • lena says on February 8, 2014 Reply

    How exciting–congratulations, lady!

  • Aleah and Nick says on February 11, 2014 Reply

    Fantastic, Jacin!
    Sending a glass of bubbly and cheers your way – this is so excellent!

  • Rachel says on February 14, 2014 Reply

    What a neat idea! We need salt in new england! Once again, Jacin you continue to impress- love the idea, marketing, everything!!

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