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Event Staffing

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Day-Of Coordination

Let us coordinate your "day-of" wedding activities, duties, and logistics.

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What We Do

Elevate the way you celebrate!

Pineapple Eventworks is a boutique event staffing company based out of Halifax, NS, founded in 2016. Pineapple Eventworks and its team of knowledgeable and passionate staff thrive on making your wedding or event memorable by taking away the stress associated with the food and beverage service. We have a team of approximately 60 servers and bartenders across Nova Scotia and PEI ready to assist with wedding setups, bartending services, catering services as well as Day-of-Coordination. Whether a small intimate gathering or a large tent wedding, we can assist by providing qualified people to help make it happen. Pineapple Eventworks saves clients time and money while giving peace of mind that professional and trustworthy personnel will staff their events.

We provide staff to a wide range of events such as home parties, corporate events, catered events, food festivals, and weddings. We carefully vet our team and pride ourselves on hiring a friendly, reliable, and knowledgeable hospitality workforce.

Pineapple Eventworks offers a variety of consultation services including Event Bar logistics, Considerations when Planning an Event, Wedding/Event Timeline Creation and Rental Equipment Procurement. We also offer event management services. If you need help on the day of your wedding, we can be there to be your day of coordinator. We can also help you manage your own staff. Other services include food & beverage consultation and staff training.

What Our Clients Are Saying...

I have worked with Pineapple Eventworks several times in summer of 2016. We catered to a few off-site weddings of 150 people. My experience with Tina was top shelf. I found her very professional to work with and her staff was very knowledgeable. Other events we cooperated together on were the PEI Shellfish Festival Feast and Frolic with a menu that was for 425 people offsite. Again a very professional staff and excellent communication for flow from back of house to the front. I have no trouble in calling Pineapple Eventworks to staff my caterings in future events.

- Chef Andrew Nicholson, Culinary Institute of Canada

Overall great event and Thank you so much for your support with the staff. Everything went very well. The crew was on time, easy to get along with and fit in well.

- Andrew Smith, Executive Chef - Red Shores Racetrack and Casino

Tina, a big thank you for your help this past weekend. All of the servers were excellent, fit right in with the teams they were assigned to. Our staff had nothing but good things to say about them.

- Sandra Finnamore, Banquet Manager - Delta PE

Tina Lesyk from Pineapple Eventworks provides exceptional, worry-free service. She listens to what your ideas are for an event and offers much needed suggestions on what she can do for your event. She's on time and works with any budget. I highly recommend her for excellent customer service skills and friendly attitude.

- Tara MacDonald - Tara MacDonald Fit Club

We partnered with Pineapple Eventworks for the Tuna Tableau Fall Flavours event at Basin Head and it was a great success. It was great to have Tina and her staff manage the entire service aspect of the event for us and took a lot of pressure off so that we could focus on other areas. I will definitely use Pineapple Eventworks again!

- Kent Hudson, Hudson Events / Hudson Group

The Story of the Pineapple

The pineapple is believed to have been introduced into Europe by Christopher Columbus. Columbus and his crew discovered the pineapple on their second voyage to the Caribbean. It symbolized hospitality to the Caribbean people and soon after it was adopted by Spaniards. Spanish explorers soon realized that if a pineapple was placed at the entrance to a village then it was a sign that they would be welcomed. This symbol spread to Europe and colonial North America. Families would often set fresh pineapple in the centre of the table when visitors were expected. The fruit would then be used in the dessert which followed the meal. The tradition of the pineapple as a sign of hospitality has now become universal!