Inspirations, Experiences and Tips.
We won The Alexandra Farms International Garden Rose Competition!
Taking on a partner is a very delicate and difficult decision. There are many obvious and not so obvious things involved. It is important to understand what each party is looking for in a partnership and how you will fit together as a seamless puzzle.
There is such a thing as a super woman. I think it describes any working mother. By working mother, I don’t only mean those who work for a salary; a house wife is also a working mother.
As a creative person, Covid has been especially hard for me, since I love to conceptualize ideas. We were not able to have clients come to the office, but I wanted to keep them exited about their events. Especially our brides who had the most emotional hits. I did tons of research, and came upon a way to digitalize florals and tabletop quickly and realistically.
A roller-coaster wedding to say the least! We were hired by the mother of the bride Sabine who is the loveliest person. She has such a calm and welcoming disposition and was just a pleasure. Hannah and Nathan, our couple live out of state, so they wanted a destination feel for their wedding. The feel was elegant but low key, detailed but not ostentatious. When they came to us, they had already chosen a venue...
This surprise birthday party was a blast! We used a caricature artist to create images of the birthday boy to use as centerpieces, for the custom dance floor and all the paper items. We had a salty doughnut wall, marquee lights, self-standing images, and watermelon display with clients face carved in. The band Chicago was flown in to entertain the crowd.
This 80’s birthday party was a blast! She was turning 35 and he was turning 50, together they were in their 80’s! From rubiks cubes and neon colors to cassettes and boom boxes, we transported the guests back to their youth! The band was amazing and we extended the party by 2 extra hours! Themed parties are the best!
I know, no one wants to talk about rain. Rain, rain, go away…. But as experts, and as responsible planners, it is something that should be addressed from the beginning of the planning process. When we talk about it in the beginning, everyone will be calm and ready if rain does come.
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