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Be-Me Enterprises, LLC

Be-Me Enterprises, LLC Invitations and Event Planning in Rockville, MD and the Greater D.C. area.www.be-me.biz

Operating as usual

If you missed me at the show we can set up a private viewing.
10/30/2022

If you missed me at the show we can set up a private viewing.

Looking back a few years… we’ll be posting new stuff soon!
04/28/2022

Looking back a few years… we’ll be posting new stuff soon!

01/21/2022

Just received new invitation options from Carlson Craft! Check it out & let me know what you’d like to see in person!!!
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My dad passed on 11/20. If you had an appointment please contact me to reschedule. After Thanksgiving. Thank you.
11/23/2021

My dad passed on 11/20. If you had an appointment please contact me to reschedule.
After Thanksgiving. Thank you.

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09/03/2021

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Join me at the EXPO- Virtually for now...Sunday October 25th, 2020  -  12:30pm-3pm  (Raffles begin at 2pm, must be logge...
10/25/2020
Event Page | Bethesda LGBTQ+ Virtual Wedding Expo - 10/25/20

Join me at the EXPO- Virtually for now...
Sunday October 25th, 2020 - 12:30pm-3pm (Raffles begin at 2pm, must be logged in and present to win!)

If you would like to Donate to this event, please click the link below. Your contribution helps us keep producing LGBTQ+ Wedding Expos and other important resources to the community, and we sincerely appreciate your support! (Donate $25 or more to receive a complimentary copy of the new "My Family Too!" Coloring & Activity Book!)

https://www.accelevents.com/e/BethesdaLGBTQExpoOct2020

Join us from the safety and comfort of home for the 2nd Annual Bethesda LGBTQ+ Wedding Expo (now all-Virtual), proudly produced by RainbowWeddingNetwork.com!Dozens of select local wedding vendors from all aspects of the wedding industry will be live to chat and answer your questions in real time!

It’s Paella season! Happy to be back at Sur La Table in Pike & Rose!
10/19/2020

It’s Paella season! Happy to be back at Sur La Table in Pike & Rose!

Even a small celebration can use an invitationhttps://www.marthastewart.com/7899983/expert-wedding-stationery-guide?did=...
10/13/2020
Your Definitive Guide to Choosing Wedding Stationery, According to an Expert

Even a small celebration can use an invitation
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An expert stationer shares her top tips for creating beautiful, cohesive wedding stationery—from the save-the-dates and invitations to the ceremony program and the menus.

Two events in 2 weeks... happy to be a part of them both. Looking forward to many more good times.
09/08/2020

Two events in 2 weeks... happy to be a part of them both. Looking forward to many more good times.

08/24/2020
SignUpGenius.com: Free Online Sign Up Forms

Celebrations in times of uncertainty.

Over the last few months I’ve had several clients say that they don’t want to do two or more small family events, so they are putting things on hold. Instead of waiting to do one large event, it might be nicer for your guests to do a few smaller get-togethers. They would appreciate having more time to visit with you and your day can be expanded to more than a four-hour reception. After a phone call with my parents, I realized that my family has had several occasions where the events were split up. Sometimes by choice and other by acts beyond their control.

My mom’s parents had two wedding days.
When Harry met Sally, they knew each other for just 3 weeks when they got married. They met at a ballroom in New York City in 1939. Both were older and neither thought they’d get married; grandma was 36 and grandpa was 38. Grandpa worked for the city of New York Department of Licensing, so they slipped into the courthouse to have a weekday elopement. Several weeks later they had a ceremony in the temple followed by a luncheon at a restaurant (that my great aunt paid for as a wedding gift to her older sister.) The wedding was typical for the time. My grandmother knew they were legally married, but she didn’t move into her husband’s house until they were married by a rabbi.

My dad told me that he had two bar mitzvah receptions. This seemed odd, but there was a good reason.
On November 25, 1950, one of the strongest nor'easters of the 20th century lashed New York City on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, with 70 mph winds and over 1.5" of rain. With the storm, temperatures dropped from low 60s to mid 30s and caused much of the family from Connecticut to stay home. He still had his service with those who could walk to the temple service in Brooklyn. That should have been the worst part, but the wind was so strong that it blew the door on the temple shut. As it happened, Dad’s uncle was entering as the door at that time and broke his leg. My grandfather took him to the hospital and missed the service.

Originally, they had planned on having a few friends and cousins outside/adults inside reception at home. My grandmother worked tirelessly to prepare all the food and set the house up for a long open house style event. There was no DJ or formal meal, just family and friends stopping by to get some food and wish him Mazel Tov. While adults mingled upstairs, Dad and his friends played games in the basement & outside.
The second reception was the following Saturday with family & cousins who could finally drive to Brooklyn. The adults sat in the living room and listened to the wire recording of dad’s Torah portion, while the cousins played. Then everyone had lunch and departed back to Connecticut.
It was not the mitzvah event they had planned, but it was nice since my dad got to see his friends one weekend and his cousins the next.

In writing this I realized, I had two wedding ceremonies too.
My dear spouse and I were married in May of 1990. When he converted to Judaism in 2001, we were married again in a Jewish ceremony.

Covid wedding ceremony and zoom.
After working with a couple for a year, they decided to postpone their entire wedding and reception until next year. Then I got a call saying that they decided to get married and asked me for an officiant. The wedding ceremony was private and they just wanted his parents there; her parents would attend by zoom. I was ordained several years earlier but had never done a wedding. I was honored when they asked me to perform their simple ceremony.
We met on the day they desired at their wedding venue for next year and I quietly married them. As we plan out the events of next year I am really excited to tell people where they were married and I won’t mention the two separate dates.

All the stories are true, and what is unique is that they all will have separate events to celebrate one moment. If circumstances had been different, families would have happily attended- but everything worked out regardless.

Since we do live in interesting times, you can reach out to your guests and let them know that you’d still like to celebrate with them. Send an e-mail with a link and how they can choose just 1 time and date to visit. You choose the dates and times, they can choose when to attend, for example using event attending sign up software.
Look for a software like https://signup.com/ or https://www.signupgenius.com/ where you can have a set number of spaces available for people to pick. Once those spots are filled, then no one else can attend. You might be surprised at how many guests will be honored just for the invitation, even if they choose to decline.

While it is fine to say ‘I’ll just wait- its fine’, you may miss the opportunity to have the exact event that you imagined. Think about a time when you wanted something then you got it and realized that it wasn’t what you thought. Keep this in mind as you plan your event. Keeping to your vision can be difficult when the cold shoulder of reality hits. We should embrace the changes that have happened and accept them. Continue to live, not just be alive.

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08/11/2020
07/22/2020

We are open for business at our new location! Contact me for an appointment so we can re-plan your special moments!
Look for something new soon!

Wedding in a week... Mazel Tov to the happy couple! Thanks to the team for pulling it together! Talia’s Cusina, Soto & L...
02/02/2020

Wedding in a week... Mazel Tov to the happy couple! Thanks to the team for pulling it together! Talia’s Cusina, Soto & Leeson linen rental, Gaithersberg Party Renal, & Potomac Floral.

09/20/2019
Bridal Show!

So excited for the Bridal Show this Sunday!
Order your tickets early to get this special rate!
$5 advance tickets http://gburg.md/bridalshowtickets until 10am Sunday morning and then people can still purchase tickets online but at the $10 price on the day of.

Experience the charm of historic Kentlands Mansion while meeting one-on-one with wedding vendors to help make your special day a dream come true. Visit with photographers, event planners, musicians, and more. Brides- (and grooms!)...

09/16/2019
Benchmark Clothiers

Visit my friend Art for your next suit or tailoring.

Custom clothing to fit your lifestyle. We are a full-service provider of Men's and Women's Custom Tailored Clothing. "Dress Well and Be Great"- Art

I’ll be a presenter at the Kentlands Wedding show. I’d love to see you there!
09/05/2019

I’ll be a presenter at the Kentlands Wedding show. I’d love to see you there!

Kentlands Mansion
09/05/2019

Kentlands Mansion

07/06/2019

Do you have a big life event coming up - a wedding, bar or bat mitzvah, sweet sixteen or quinceañera - but not sure how to start planning?

One of the biggest regrets people have about planning a life event is that they didn’t ask for help soon enough.
You can avoid many of the mistakes made early on in the planning by using an event professional to help you figure out where to begin.

I can offer you an hour of event planning for a modest fee to get you started in the right direction. Lewis Carroll said, “If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there”. Contact me today and I’ll help you find your destination.

Pavilion Wedding decoration; thanks Mark & my amazing Smokey Glen Farm set up team!
04/28/2019

Pavilion Wedding decoration; thanks Mark & my amazing Smokey Glen Farm set up team!

Mazel Tov! This is the last one for this family! Looking forward to new life events to share with you in the future.Than...
03/02/2019

Mazel Tov! This is the last one for this family! Looking forward to new life events to share with you in the future.
Thanks to Alisontremblay.com, Farm to Feast Catering, [email protected], Party Rental LTD and Be-Me Enterprise’s wonderful team!

Mazel Tov to a beautiful family! Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your special day!
02/24/2019

Mazel Tov to a beautiful family! Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your special day!

02/20/2019

We’re closed today!
Stay safe, be well.

Busy weekend and a show at Bender JCC today!  More events coming soon.
02/11/2019

Busy weekend and a show at Bender JCC today!
More events coming soon.

Simcha reception! Mazel Tov! To the happy family!
12/22/2018

Simcha reception! Mazel Tov! To the happy family!

Friday Shabbat night dinner. With lovely place settings!
12/22/2018

Friday Shabbat night dinner. With lovely place settings!

11/22/2018

Just used my website to order holiday cards! It was really easy!
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Newest design available NOW!  3D cards mail at the flat rate, but are alive with color & details...
11/08/2018

Newest design available NOW! 3D cards mail at the flat rate, but are alive with color & details...

Latest Bar Mitzvah set up...
11/04/2018

Latest Bar Mitzvah set up...

10/21/2018

Please buy your invitations from a local dealer...We care about you and will do everything we can to make your invitation unique & special. Many of my invitations are a better quality and price than many of the on line companies. If you’d like to see them in person contact me.
I’m looking forward to hearing from you soon!
Norma

Es**rt cards; gold foil on navy cards.   Name & table number on front & meal on back.
10/16/2018

Es**rt cards; gold foil on navy cards. Name & table number on front & meal on back.

Mitzvah followed by a quick kiddish lunch celebrating the season!
10/14/2018

Mitzvah followed by a quick kiddish lunch celebrating the season!

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5802 Nicholson Lane, #803
Rockville, MD
20852

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 1pm - 5pm
Friday 10am - 2pm

Telephone

(301) 648-0924

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Take a look at my new catalog; these are just samples with prices for you to get an idea. Before you buy on line, check us out for service not just a product!

Sunday October 25th, 2020 - 12:30pm-3pm (Raffles begin at 2pm, must be logged in and present to win!)

https://www.accelevents.com/e/BethesdaLGBTQExpoOct2020
Fun Fact Friday! Did you know that most wedding vendors book between 6-18 months in advance? Don't wait until the last minute to find the providers who will help bring your dream wedding to life! Come to our Bridal Show this Sunday to find all the vendors on your list in one stop! http://gburg.md/bridalshowtickets I Do I Do Wedding Gowns Jennifer Tito, Mary Kay Independent Sr. Sales Director Smile Designs of Olney TC Events: Wedding and Event Planning Absolutely Perfect Catering Caribbean Caterers Putting on the Ritz Catering Two Left Feet ® Dance Dazzle Party Girls Nothing Bundt Cakes Tart & Craft JJ&T Entertainment Thomas Tent & Event All RelEvents, Inc. Park Florist Tres Belle Weddings Hilton Washington DC North/Gaithersburg Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Germantown Gaithersburg Hampton Inn & Suites Washington DC North/Gaithersburg Holiday Inn Gaithersburg Be-Me Enterprises, LLC Premier Wedding Pastors Nichole Meredith Photography Dulce de V Photography, LLC Video Express Productions Weddings By Lee
Thanks Montgomery Village Foundation for sharing the love! Check out all the cool things happening around our neighborhood and scroll to page 18 to read about this Sunday's Bridal Show! Putting on the Ritz Catering Caribbean Caterers Absolutely Perfect Catering Tres Belle Weddings Park Florist All RelEvents, Inc. Dazzle Party Girls Tart & Craft Nothing Bundt Cakes Holiday Inn Gaithersburg Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Germantown Gaithersburg Hampton Inn & Suites Washington DC North/Gaithersburg Hilton Washington DC North/Gaithersburg JJ&T Entertainment Video Express Productions Nichole Meredith Photography Dulce de V Photography, LLC Weddings By Lee Premier Wedding Pastors Smile Designs of Olney TC Events: Wedding and Event Planning Jennifer Tito, Mary Kay Independent Sr. Sales Director Two Left Feet Studios Be-Me Enterprises, LLC I Do I Do Wedding Gowns Thomas Tent & Event
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