Meet Calder Clark:
Hailed as the talk of the South by Garden and Gun magazine in 2011, Calder Clark has garnered a loyal national following for her modern spin on classic Southern entertaining. Designing impeccable affairs across the country, Clark spreads the mantra that parties can be relaxed and chic without being trendy. Layering events with bespoke linens, nuanced colors, hand-picked furnishings, and ambient lighting, Calder Clark has become established as the absolute go-to for the perfectly curated party.
A Tennessee native, Clark has been producing seamless affairs since 1999. After Washington & Lee University, her career launched at Design Cuisine in Washington, DC, where she planned such events as the 2001 Inaugural Luncheon, The Kennedy Center Honors, the Rockefeller-Carnegie wedding, and the annual Bloomberg News/White House Correspondents’ Dinner After-Party. Longing for the low country, Clark hung up her big city lifestyle for Special Events at Charleston Place, where she designed off-property parties throughout the Carolinas. In 2006, CC was launched with great response. Today, Calder Clark plans a limited number of exclusive weddings and events annually, in addition to speaking nationally. Clark calls the Old Village home with her husband, Chaunce—and her proudest accomplishments are her two babies—Campbell and Walton.
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