We met Stacy and her parents at the Wichita Bridal Expo in January and the wedding was planned for February 1. We got to talking with them and they realized they were asking themselves, who was going to coordinate the day of events, and most importantly, setup the ceremony and reception? This is where we step in. We're here to relieve the couple and their families of the stresses which come with planning a wedding. Our #1 priority is to allow families and friends to enjoy the day with their loved ones, not setting up for 200 guests. We ended up being the perfect match for Stacy and a few days later we were working hard at the planning details. After a few short weeks, February 1st had arrived and Stacy and her groom, Tyler, were walking down the aisle. Here's their beautiful day of Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt!
The birthday party for 3-year-old Ella was a complete success on Sunday! We have so much detail to show you and tell you about that this will be a two part blog (we don't want to overwhelm you). Hopefully we give you a little inspiration and show you other types of events we offer with our packages.
When entering the party, guests are greeted and instructed to grab a wand and enjoy the magic.
The Story Time area was created for a special guest who attended the party where she could read to all the children. You'll have to read our next post to see who the special guest is!
What's a party without a Photobooth?! Mainly the adults took advantage of this area, but we got some creative shots of them participating in the fun we will share with you.
Jack and the Beanstalk was a fun activity for the kids to create their own beanstalk that they could take home to watch grow. The kids has markers to decorate the pots, and plant the magic seeds in the dirt.
The best part of all, the Mad Hatter Tea Party table! Each place setting was decorated with a china plate and a tea cup filled with a Cinderella Cupcake. The table was decorated with delicate ornaments hanging from tall, white trees. Themed treats filled the center of the table, including Peter Rabbit Garden Veggies, Storybook Tea Cheese Sandwiches, Fairy Dust Macaroons, Rapunzel Raspberry Tarts, and 3 Little Piggy Pudding, with Pinocchio Punch to drink. How cute are those names? It was so fun to watch the kids enjoy themselves and be in awe of the experience!