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(Image taken from Erica & Steven’s wedding. Neuman’s Kitchen catered the beautiful event) Spring is here, opening the door to beautiful balmy days filled with fragrant flowers, beautiful brides and the sweet sound of wedding bells. We’ve compiled a list of some essentials for your consideration. Fantastic Facilities A wedding isn’t just an event, it’sRead More
The David H. Koch Theater, New York State’s Theater at Lincoln Center and home of the New York City Ballet can be described in one word, regal! With its 7,875 square foot PROMENADE area featuring inlaid Travertine marble floors, forty-foot gold leaf ceilings, dramatic spiral staircases and balconies overlooking the fountain in the Plaza ofRead More
The Color Invasion party is the IIDA (International Interior Design Association) annual get-together, fundraiser/ fun-raiser and is the hottest ticket in town, benefiting the IIDA NY student activities and Design Awards Programs. This year’s theme: VINTAGE CIRCUS. The planning process for this event was an event itself, consisting of menu tastings, design and costume meetings,Read More
Rich in tradition, customs and symbolism, an Indian wedding ceremony is typically a magnificently choreographed undertaking and these were the things that Basima and her husband, Adam, thought about as they planned for their May 2013 wedding. The Prince George Ballroom, was an easy and unified decision for the couple who knew they would needRead More
Art is a conversation. Actually, more like a series of overlapping conversations between artist & audience, ideas & identity, beliefs & doubt. But it always begins with that very first conversation: between the artist and the material itself. From that perspective, going to an art exhibit is very much about viewing a collection of conversations,Read More
Learning is not only fundamental to our continued success; it’s also one of the most enjoyable parts of our job. And there’s no classroom setting more fun than that playground in the desert otherwise known as Las Vegas, which is where three of our team members spent last week while attending the 2014 Catersource ConferenceRead More
How do you know where you want to go if you don’t know what it looks like or feels like to be there? We have to first explore life before finding our direction. That is the guiding philosophy behind a unique non-profit organization entitled Exploring, which is aimed at the development of young adults –Read More
One of the earliest conversations we have with our clients is whether they want a buffet or a sit down service for their event. With the largest single budget item for most events being the cost of food and beverage, it is a decision that affects both style and budget. Here are some considerations for eachRead More
We see two quite different trends happening with wedding planning – some are getting larger and more extravagant as brides are opting for Hollywood glamour while others are going back to the basics – using barns and rustic settings to frame their farm-to-table nuptials. 2014 promises to have spectacular, over-the-top weddings where brides to comeRead More