The Face of Event Design & Planning - David C. McKnight — Emerald City Designs, The Special Event Group



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Faces of Detroit 2018 Special Section

 

DAVID C. MCKNIGHT — EMERALD CITY DESIGNS, THE SPECIAL EVENT GROUP

24590 NORTH INDUSTRIAL RD., FARMINGTON HILLS, MI 48335 | 248-474-7077 | WWW.EMERALDCITYDESIGNS.COM

Based on his commitment to his clientele in bringing their visions to life, David C. McKnight, owner and founder of Emerald City Designs, is the Face of Event Design and Planning. Since 1993, McKnight has been working with clients to make sure the details surrounding their events are perfect — because, in his words, “Impression is Everything!” Over the years, McKnight has been presented with local awards including Best Florist, Best Wedding Planner, and Best Corporate, Social and Wedding Events. Just this year, Emerald City Designs received international recognition for Best Wedding.

Aware that client services and communication are the keys to his reputation, McKnight says: “I have surrounded myself with an amazing staff and owe them the gratification of our success!” Emerald City Designs is thrilled to be celebrating 25 years of exceptional service this year. Providing services ranging from floral design to décor rentals, custom graphic designs, and event stationery, and offering planning services for both corporate events and weddings, Emerald City Designs will bring your visions to life!

 

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