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Add a blast of confetti
to your event

Allison Commeau

For Allison Commeau, the founder and creative director of Confetti, a pop of confetti reminds her of her childhood days in La Jolla, California. Allison developed a passion for event planning while being surrounded by her mother's innate attention to all things detail oriented. Adding a touch of magic to any occasion by creating a custom table scape, dessert or sentiment for the party was pure joy. Allison became known as the party planner throughout her scholastic years and nurtured her creative thought process and attention to detail into what her clients love today.


The ties to her childhood and experience of living in NYC for 15 years have inspired the brand and style of Confetti today. From producing high end fashion shows for top designers such as Valentino, Vivienne Tam and Marchesa to designing six figure weddings and events at prestigious NYC hotels such as the Waldorf Astoria, The Plaza and The Mark, Allison has honed in on providing impeccable service and an appreciation for simple refinement in her design aesthetic. Allison resides in Scarsdale with her French husband and two children who inspire her creativity everyday.


Just like a pop of confetti, every Confetti by Allison party is designed with the thought of creating joyful moments for your most special occasions.

See our process

Step One: Consultation

We begin by listening to your needs, ideas and budget. We approach each event distinctively and thrive off of designing new concepts and personalized details to create an exclusive experience.

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Step Two: Planning & Design

We create a unique story-board of visuals filled with your exact needs plus a confetti of bespoke ideas and curated options for you to choose from.

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Step Three: Let's Confetti!

We confirm your selections, set the date and handle all the tedious details so you can sit back and enjoy your special occassion.

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