In a time when so much is uncertain and everything we do is in unprecedented territory, no industry came to quite the screeching halt like the events industry. Many of my friends in the industry have either been furloughed or have completely changed paths and started new careers. Live events are just now started to crawl back but the majority are still trying to figure out how to navigate the virtual event landscape. Although the pandemic has stopped A LOT of our normal lives
We had so much fun creating this Christmas in July themed birthday party. When our client explained that he was throwing this milestone birthday party for his girlfriend and wanted to surprise her with the theme we were immediately on-board! She loved Christmas and he wanted to transport her back to being a kid on Christmas morning. We loved the concept and were so so excited to get to play with all of our holiday decor in the middle of summer! Check out below for our favorit
On one hand, yes, glitter is the thing we buy in bulk from Michael's. But we are talking about glitter in the metaphorical sense! OK as long as its brief! Everyone needs a reboot sometimes BUT never let anyone or anything turn out your sparkle.Every day there will be a reason or a prompt to bring you down and to be honest sometimes we let that part win. Cue sweatpants , take out and bad (but oh-so-good) reality TV binges. That's As a creative, entrepreneur and hustler I jugg
Ever have one of those moments where you are just so proud of an idea? Well that happened this week! We were setting up for a charity fundraiser at a gorgeous corporate office (yes that terrace is a place of employment for some lucky people!) . The design plan was working beautifully, lush white floral , accents of blue to match the corporate branding and a touch of candlelight and rose petals to add that finishing touch. Everything looked beautiful until the wind started. Ah
If you’ve ever thrown a party or even attended one you know that food and booze are two major elements of the day. Running out of either is a major no-no, to put it delicately.To put it less delicately, event planners shut down the bars as a means for getting people to leave. That should give you a clue at how important not running out of alcohol is.* Discalimer, you do not need alcohol for a good time but this blog post is about those who want to have a bar at their party!