ABOUT ROBYN DIANE EVENTS

Robyn Diane Events is a San Francisco Bay Area based event planning company founded by Robyn Norgan. Robyn has been planning and managing events since 2008. She got her start at Stanford University’s Business School putting on events for their Lifelong Learning program.

In 2014, she planned her first successful surprise birthday party. From there, she began planning more birthday parties, weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, and other corporate events after founding Robyn Diane Events. Events are Robyn's passion and she loves working with clients to make their vision for their event come to life.

If you're looking for a San Francisco Bay Area based event planner, Robyn would love to work with you! You can call or text her at (925) 517-3226 or email her at events@robyndiane.com to get started. You can also use my contact page, which features online chat.

Robyn's planning style

When it comes to weddings, everyone has an opinion on what you should or shouldn't do. Robyn's opinion is that you should do what's best for you as a couple and you shouldn't do anything you don't want to do! For this reason, she is not a pushy planner when it comes to weddings or any other event she does. She's planning the event for you, not for her or anyone else. Don't want to have dancing at your wedding? Skip it! Want to have a bouncy house? Great, let's do it! Want to do everything totally traditional? Robyn would be happy to help make sure no important traditions get missed. No matter the type of event you're looking to create, Robyn can help make it a reality.

robyn's favorite event

Robyn Norgan's favorite type of event to put on always involves a surprise and her favorite surprise she's thrown so far was her Mom's birthday party in 2015. Almost 100 people attended and somehow still managed to keep it a complete surprise for Robyn's Mom! It was a great night filled with music from 50s, 60s, and 70s, manhattans (her Mom's favorite drink) at the bar, and a special sugar free candy bar. See some pictures from the event on the gallery page.