In January I visited with my brother and his family in Austin Texas. My Sister-in-law and I were chatting about our blogs and she mentioned to me how much she enjoyed when I shared a bit of our event work on my blog. So, for Gina aka Miss Charming the following is a post is for her and all of your too :0)
I'll give just a few bits of information about me and these photos. First, I work for a company called Bloomster's which is located in San Jose CA. We do flowers, landscaping, interior design, and events. I should say lots and lots of events. These pictures were all taken by me on my little pocket Cannon camera, so they are just snapshots for us to have a few archival photos to document this event. All of these were taken at the Rosewood Hotel in Palo Alto for a young man's contemporary-industrial-lounge styled Bar Mitzvah.
|A close up of a large floral design on a credenza in the ballroom lobby.|
|I did all the placecards and table numbers. Each pocket held a tag with each guest's assigned table number inside.|
|Each name was made using a Dymo label maker (this was hard on the hand).|
|There were two sets of these curved suede banquets to the sides of the placecard display.|
|All the girls had red pockets and the guys had grey. I used the Petite Pocket Bigz XL Die to cut all these.|
|I omitted the top flap of the pocket so the tab would show. These metal racks stood in front of a very cool stacked cake.|
|Some of the kids tables were square while others were tall rectangular white high gloss tables.|
|Tall white kids tables with battery operated candles which are not my favorite, but necessary.|
|Light cubes around the dancefloor.|
|A full look at the dancefloor and furniture.|
|That's black corregated card stock behind the number and it looked so industrial which was perfect for the entire look and feel of the party.|
|Another credenza floral design, but this time a wider view.|
I hope you have enjoyed taking a peek into what I do. To see more do visit our Bloomster's page on Facebook. We add all kinds of event photos every week.
Happy event planning, Elizabeth