Sunday, August 18, 2013

The Best Of New Jersey Once Upon A Time Mari Dattolo

This is What Mari Dattolo Does

Once Upon A Time, there was a Princess-or make that ten princesses, and a couple of princes. Even more unique to the story, is that they spanned decades apart, yet through a creative marketing campaign transcended time, space and cultures to now be simply referred to as ‘The Princesses’. Walt would be proud, but not surprised how these treasured characters could continue to delight children of all ages-including the ‘Dwarf’s favorite’-now over seventy years old! So, when her younger daughter portrayed that very character at a certain local family attraction in Egg Harbor Township, Mari Dattolo knew there was a new opportunity in the special events business. Having spent ten years as a Director of Marketing and Special Events in the Atlantic City market, this opportunity afforded her the chance to stay in her field of choice, after being diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s Disease just a couple of years earlier. Having been a Girl Scout Leader for Daisy and Brownie Troops and raised her own two girls, she was no stranger to this demographic, from their crafts to special birthday traditions. Fondly named in honor of her own two, Little Events Princess Events was born! Spring brought the Magical Princess Tea, hosted by Little Angels to raise funds for a pediatric cancer research foundation. Cinderella’s Unicorn drawn Coach took young guests for a magical carriage ride through the neighborhoods, while indoors, they were entertained with a Magic Show, meet & greet with Princesses & Princes; a Kid's Zumba workout and a musical serenade by local musician, Kelly LaVigna. This summer saw the start of the Princess Etiquette Tea Series. Hosted by Little Angels at Latz’s By The Bay in Somers Point, young ladies were introduced to the art of taking Tea, as well as skills in dining and general etiquette. In addition to events and parties, Little Angels has developed a NOT FOR PROFIT arm-appropriately named ‘Heaven Sent’. This group of high school drama students, hailing from five area schools have taken on three local charities for sick and grieving children. Their special appearances provide these organizations with entertainment on their limited budgets, as well as a friend for a child in need. For more information on party packages and appearances, 
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Mari Dattolo is also a wedding Officiant

We have worked with Mari Dattolo for a 
Charity event in Mays Landing and saw what she can accomplish
with her events and her little Princesses.
We highly recommend her services
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