Guests at any event where the Haikuists are operating have the opportunity to tell one of two experienced poets working the event anything they want. Next, the poet transforms that topic into a personalized haiku that the guest takes home. More than just the novelty of a take-home haiku, they offer their events and guests an in-the-moment poetry performance. As their head writers happily attest, the haiku often lead to hugs, tears, and laughs, and end up in frames as treasured memorabilia. Sometimes, they even get turned into tattoos. They are excited to now be operating from Los Angeles, the city of dreams.
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As the Los Angeles party and event scene goes back into full swing for the first post-Covid summer, the organization knows that more party planners than ever are looking for new ways to captivate and entertain guests and truly surprise them with something innovative and memorable. These entertainers believe that their services are suitable for corporate events, conference events, gala events, and luxury events. They also work at personal events like weddings and large-scale parties.
The Haikuists understand that in the city, appearance is everything. As such, their master wordsmiths also dress the part, attending events in vintage-inspired three-piece suits. The sociable and charismatic writers type guests’ haiku on genuine vintage typewriters, capturing the energy of a young J. D. Salinger or F. Scott Fitzgerald.
The Haikuists have been delivering haiku at events across the country for nearly a decade now, and their enduring success and expansion are a testament to the interest they attract. In fact, their services have been contracted by multinational corporations including Bloomberg, Google, Airbnb, and IBM and featured in popular magazines The New York Post and Cosmopolitan.
Understanding that party favors can really set the tone of an event and shape the way that it is remembered by its guests, they believe receiving a personalized haiku is an experience in the LA scene like no other. A reviewer for Wanderlust Music Festivals said, “The Haikuists remind us of the power of words, our desire for love, and the importance of face-to-face connection in our screen-obsessed world.”
More information is available at https://haikuists.com
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