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Episode 39: Minimonies vs. Microweddings, Events at the United States National Arboretum, and 2021 Weddings & Trends with Natalie Thomas, Founder & Events Director at MTG Hospitality Two Chicks, Three Seats: The Event Manager's Guide to Industry Trends

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On today's episode of Two Chicks, Three Seats, Kate and Rachel are joined by Natalie Thomas, Founder and Events Director at MTG Hospitality in Washington, D.C. At MTG, Natalie works as a third-party event planner and saleswoman for venues in the D.C area creating their event programs, one notably being the United States National Arboretum. Natalie has successfully created beautiful weddings at the Arboretum throughout the pandemic with the help of her creativity, marketing knowledge, and incredible vendor partners. Take a listen to the episode to hear all about planning and executing intimate COVID-safe weddings; working with the Washington D.C hospitality community during the pandemic; and what wedding trends and events are to come for the rest of 2021.

Check out MTG Hospitality on Instagram @mtghospitality or online at https://mtghospitality.com/

On today's episode of Two Chicks, Three Seats, Kate and Rachel are joined by Natalie Thomas, Founder and Events Director at MTG Hospitality in Washington, D.C. At MTG, Natalie works as a third-party event planner and saleswoman for venues in the D.C area creating their event programs, one notably being the United States National Arboretum. Natalie has successfully created beautiful weddings at the Arboretum throughout the pandemic with the help of her creativity, marketing knowledge, and incredible vendor partners. Take a listen to the episode to hear all about planning and executing intimate COVID-safe weddings; working with the Washington D.C hospitality community during the pandemic; and what wedding trends and events are to come for the rest of 2021.

Check out MTG Hospitality on Instagram @mtghospitality or online at https://mtghospitality.com/

44 min

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