The Secrets of Southern Hospitality

The Secrets of Southern Hospitality A look at four signature components of this enduring tradition Posted by Allison Beck, Editor Jul 14, 2011 For full article: http://www.thedailymeal.com/how-entertain-southern-style#ixzz1Wo5MYyWL For…

In Memoriam: Robert Ivey

From CharlestonMag.com WRITTEN BY MITCHELL CROSBY AUGUST 10, 2011 Robert Ivey—beloved dancer, teacher, choreographer, artistic director, and friend—passed away on July 15, 2011. A memorial service will be held this Saturday,…

Cocktails - They're Not Just For Breakfast Anymore!

As we are in the winter season, now is the time to be thinking two to three seasons ahead in the planning and designing of the food, beverage and décor for forthcoming events. When corporate clients ask JMC Charleston to design special events…

Opening Night at Kiawah Island's Ocean Course Clubhouse

    Bands are easy, but sunsets cannot be covered in a ryder or contract!  That is often the challenges we have when we produce beach events.  You cannot predict the sunset.  However, if you have a large corporate group…

Autumn in New York - A Corporate Reception and Dinner at the Guggenheim Museum

We love traveling with our clients!  After a series of successful events in Charleston, JMC Charleston was asked by this client to offer their event production and design services to an event in New York at the famed Guggenheim Museum. What…

Welcome to the JMC Charleston BLOG

Page One - I am born." I have always been moved by this quotation from Margaret Mitchell’s epic novel, Gone with the Wind. Melanie Wilkes is reading Davie Crocket with several women as they nervously await their men coming home from the…