1228 15th Street
Denver, CO 80211
Milk Glass Productions is a boutique event firm located in the heart of downtown Denver. At MGP, we are experts in designing and producing every variety of meeting, ceremony, celebration and social gathering. We guide each client through the coordination and execution of an event that is unique to their needs, budget and aesthetic vision. Making your event memorable is essential to us, and we cannot wait to make yours unforgettable for you, your family and your loved ones.
Now, to introduce the ladies of MGP! Together, using their strengths in coordination, details, and fresh ideas, they invite you to imagine the possibilities. There are so many milestones in life worth celebrating – they look forward to taking part in yours!
Carly Witzburg (Co-founder and Lead Planner) was Event Coordinator and Deputy Art Director for Social Life Magazine, a luxury publication in the Hamptons, Long Island, NY. She produced over twenty events for A-list celebrities at the launch of their cover appearances including: Fergie, LA Reid, Russell Simmons, Beth and Howard Stern, Sonja Morgan, Kimora Lee Simmons, and Danielle and Kevin Jonas. She moved on to work with world-famous event planner Colin Cowie’s team. Her events have been featured in the season finale of TLC’s Cake Boss, HGTV’s Dina’s Party, Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York and E!’s Married to Jonas. Fashion designer Betsy Moss and lingerie designer Priscilla Jade have both partnered with Carly to plan, coordinate and launch fashion shows in celebration of their latest oeuvre.
Maia Rowland (Co-founder and Lead Planner) began her career as an intern Wedding Coordinator for a nationally recognized firm that was “The Knot” Best of Weddings Winner for five years in a row based in Boulder, CO. After working with numerous satisfied clients, she wanted to expand her horizons and create a new brand in Denver. Maia has interfaced with organizations such as The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), Condé Nast’s Vogue, Target Corporation, The New York Times, and more, putting on events in over 25 cities across the country. All have profited from her attention to detail and imagination. Maia’s creativity and passionate personal commitment are reflected in every job she undertakes.