From teams to schedules, budgets, suppliers, contracts (& more!), Nicki manages special and private events at the Horticulture Center with finesse.
With a big-picture understanding of our clients’ vision and budget, Nicki infuses fresh ideas, creative strategies, and laser-focused organization into everything from lavish weddings to corporate and non-profit gatherings, and beyond.
Behind the scenes, Nicki draws on her trusted local vendor relationships and deep event planning and execution experience to manage an ever-evolving list of details with one goal in mind: exceeding your expectations.
Whether you’re planning a large-scale “I do,” a distinguished corporate celebration, or intimate private fête, you can be confident in the fact that Olivia has your event covered, from start to finish.
Her secrets to success? Planning, communication, and minding even the smallest of details. With an unwavering eye on clients’ vision, budget, and timeline, she infuses fresh menu ideas, creative execution strategies, and an enviable knack for organization into every event she manages. In short, she knows how to lead our teams, handle unexpected issues head on, and make every event feel special.
A Rowan University grad, Olivia holds a BA in Public Relations.
People. Schedules. Budgets. Suppliers. Contracts. Brittany manages it all — with finesse.
With a big-picture understanding of vision and budget, she infuses fresh ideas, creative strategies, and high-level organization into all special and private events at the Horticulture Center — from lavish weddings to corporate and non-profit gatherings, and more. Behind the scenes, Brittany draws on deep industry experience to manage an ever-evolving list of details with one goal in mind: optimizing the client experience.
In addition to earning a BS in Hotel & Restaurant Management from the University of Delaware, Brittany has won the Constellation Award of Excellence and the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Philadelphia Chapter of Meeting Planners International.
Inspired by his restaurateur grandparents and chef uncles, Brendan has built an impressive career in the culinary arts that included a 2-year global apprenticeship in United Nations kitchens, in addition to appointments in the distinctive restaurants of Smith & Wollensky, the Academy of Music, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Kimmel Center, where he was among the first chefs to commit to local food purveyors. He also opened two of his own restaurants: Smiths and The Vesper.
As Executive Chef of the Constellation Commissary, Brendan oversees creatively versatile menus for all off-premise private events, office settings, and preferred venues—as well as our exclusive Philadelphia properties.