Lindsey Huttenbauer

Growing up in the South, Lindsey Baer Huttenbauer’s passion for entertaining began at an early age.  She was only 12 when she planned her first event – her own birthday party – with meticulous attention to detail and impeccable taste! (Her mother has the photos to prove it!)

Lindsey’s career has been peppered with the most iconic and stylish luxury brands in the world – a veritable “who’s who” in New York City fashion and media.  From her first job at Neiman Marcus to her work at Christie’s Auction House, from her experience at ELLE Magazine to her role as the Director of Special events at Condé Nast Traveler, Lindsey has done it all. She has produced events for the world’s top fashion designers including Zac Posen and Marc Jacobs, worked on the hit series Project Runway and produced over-the-top events in some of the world’s most exotic locales. Lindsey’s events have been profiled in numerous publications, from The New York Times, to US Weekly, to Entertainment Tonight, and Access Hollywood.  

Planning events globally and domestically, Lindsey has developed a deep contact base across the world – from New York City to Los Angeles to Berlin and the Caribbean.  She is capable of putting on a great event with any budget, from “cheap and chic” affairs to million dollar productions.  Every occasion is managed with her keen attention to the smallest detail, her social southern grace, and her deft ability to work under pressure in demanding situations. The end result is always breathtaking, unforgettable, and seamless.

While planning her own wedding, Lindsey fell in love with the entire process, from the dress selection to the final farewell, and decided to add social events to her roster. She launched The Lindsey Baer Company in May 2008. Since then, she has relocated from New York City to Cincinnati where she lives with her husband and their two children. She maintains her “big city” connections while also cultivating a local clientele. She is active in her philanthropic efforts, working on numerous boards and committees such as Dress for Success and the Cincinnati Parks and has also shared her discerning eye as a judge on several occasions including the selection of “Gentlemen of Style & Substance,” “Best Dressed” at Diner en Blanc, and Miss Georgia USA.

Being a true southerner, where hospitality reigns supreme, Lindsey says, “Events seem to find their way to me. I constantly have multiple things in the works – both personally and professionally. I enjoy every step of the process from getting to know the client by further cultivating and developing their vision to the execution of the finished product. I was born to entertain and am grateful to have a career doing what I love."