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About Rena

Rena Hecht graduated with a BFA from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. 

Her subsequent work in the entertainment industry in New York created a sharp eye for talent and access to it. That, coupled with a flair for design and décor, led her to form Red Letter Events. She quickly became known for her spectacular theme parties; planning corporate events, award shows, and product launches for many of New York’s elite companies, as well as unique weddings and private parties.

Rena Hecht starred in 5 episodes of “It’s a Surprise” on Food Network.

"I love what I do. I have a real connection with my clients. I think that's one of the reasons I have worked with many of my clients over and over again."

With Rena at the helm, Red Letter Events has made a name for itself as a top event-planning firm in the New York City area. We would love to discuss the details of your next private party, corporate event, or benefit.


Red Letter Events has planned corporate events for the world's largest and best known companies, including ADP, CBS, Reuters, Morgan Stanley, American Express, and Alliance Capital.


“I have received countless emails and phone calls telling me that was the best AAML function ever. The difference is that this year we had you.”

Michael Stutman,
President American Academy
of Matrimonial Lawyers

“I think that Ms. Hecht’s mission is a simple one—she is absolutely determined that her clients, and their friends, have the best time of their lives, and she graciously succeeds in making this happen.”

Caron Johnson, New York City

“As you can imagine, we are all
on cloud 9! You made it all so easy. Can’t imagine what we would have done without you. Thank you,
thank you, thank you!

Nancy Reddinton, Rye, NY

“How can we thank you for all you did to make our wedding a dream come true? Everything was so wonderful and magical and exceeded all our expectations. Thank  you so much, from the bottom of our full hearts.
We could not have done it without you.”

Nancy Conyers & Libby Costin, Italy

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