About

JUANITA E. GAYNOR

After five years working as a model and event planner for Mavis Neal Productions, Juanita founded Ellegant Affairs by Juanita, Inc.  in 1995 age the age of twenty-one (21) when she was looking for career where she could work closely with her clients, make an impact in their lives, feel relatively quickly the sense of accomplishment when all your hard work has come together and be able to step back and raise a family when she felt the time was right. Juanita has brought her considerable talents to product launches, nonprofit gala events, fashion shows, corporate events and high-end social events, such as weddings, birthdays and bar mitzvahs. To each event she produces, Juanita brings her own unique sense of style, and her knowledge of the latest industry trends, plus a great team of youthful and dynamic employees to make her clients’ dreams a reality.

She is a certified wedding planner that holds an Associate’s degree in Business Administration from Eastern Nazarene College and is currently working on a Bachelors degree in Financial Accounting at Atlanta Technical College.

She is currently working on two books one due to be released in the Spring of 2013 and the other in the Fall of 2013 and working to expand her company globally. She credits her business success to her sensitivity to her client’s needs and her desire to make every event an unforgettable experience.

Ellegant Affairs by Juanita, Inc.

Ellegant Affairs by Juanita; which is a full service special event and meeting management  company that designs innovative event solutions for small to large businesses, associations, community benefit and non-profit organizations. We organize all the logistics that go into planning an event; from start to finish we will work with you to create an event that is truly reflective of your style and personality. We also offer wedding planning and design services; no event is too small or too large! Allow us to show you how “Ellegance” & Efficiency meet so that you can focus on the “Big” picture instead of the “Small” details.

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