Jamie Field has been in the event planning business for over 25 years. Prior to starting her own event planning company, “an affair with jamie, inc.” in 1991, she served as Alumni Relations Director for Washington University in St. Louis and planned events for Nationwide Singles Cruises.

With a high demand for her event planning services from others, and long before event planning was a widely recognized industry, Jamie turned her alumni relations profession into her own successful event planning company in the early 1990’s, with Washington University as one of her top clients.

Life is meant to celebrate. My 25-year passion has been helping others celebrate both business and personal life events.  I enjoy designing, planning and creating a celebratory ambiance of beauty, energy and life where each event is customized to meet your individual needs.  We are connected to a national and expansive breadth of vendors to fit YOUR style, budget and personality.

My greatest joy is creating your happiness and memories of a great event for you and your guests to remember for a lifetime. – Jamie Field

  • Founder & president of “an affair with jamie, inc.”  1991- 2011, St. Louis, MO, Dallas, TX and Melbourne, FL
  • Event Planning contributor for SpaceCoast Living Magazine, 2007-present
  • Education: Master’s degree, Columbia University, New York, NY; Bachelor’s degree, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
  • A sample of local corporate clients:
    • Brevard Cultural Alliance,/ International Art of Sand Festival
    • Cocoa Beach Wine & Food Festival
    • Deuk Spine Institute
    • Economic Development Commission of The Space Coast
    • Florida Institute of Technology / “Get Active Brevard” Festival
    • Guardian Ad Litem
    • Health First / Viera Hospital
    • Healthy Start of Brevard
    • Legacy for Life Annual Disney Convention
    • Lexus of Melbourne
    • Long Dogger’s
    • ndtHOST/Artemis
    • Parrish Medical Center
    • Satcom Direct
    • SCB Marketing
    • SpaceCoast Business & SpaceCoast Living Events
    • Sunrise Bank