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13 years in business
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Birthday or anniversary party,
Bridal or baby shower,
American - casual,
American - formal,
Mexican or Latin American,
American - Southern,
Mediterranean or Middle Eastern,
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I started with planning my own children's parties and after asked to help with other parties, I decided to turn it into a business, which I absolutely love and enjoy. It is extremely fulfilling for me!:)
- What types of customers have you worked with?Parties inlcude: Spa Parties (Items provided w robes to wear) Princess Parties (Goodie Bags, Tiara/Sword) Tea Parties (Sandwich tray & Fruit trays) T/shirt making Tween Party (provided) Tank making Teen Party (Provided) Teen And Tween Parties (Music/dancing and craft such as flip flop making or small photo booth available) Teen/Tween/or 8 below Glow Parties Fairy Parties (fairy home decorating (bird houses and paint provided) Pirate Parties (Goodie Bags, Swords and maybe candy bar provided) End of School Parties Return to School Parties Mickey and or Minnie Mouse Parties Strawberry Shortcake Parties My Little Pony Parties Western Parties (perhaps carnival themed) "Carnival" Parties Movie Parties Pirate Parties Candy Bar Parties Baby Showers Wedding Showers Weddings (Decor, linens, bouquets) .Anniversaries (photo memory video presentation) Graduations and many more!!!!!!! ITEMS PROVIDED AND DELIVERED OR PICKUP: Bouquets Balloons with perhaps singing telegrams Fruit baskets (Beautiful and upscale) Baby Shower or New Baby Gift Delivery to hop it's (with outfit or bibs/burp cloths custom and embroidered with baby's name!!! -Gift Wrapping with beautiful upscale paper and tulle for bow, or basket with tulle for wrapping. -Small Photo Booth Set Up complete with props with hostess taking Polaroids !
- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?The last job I planned/hosted was an American Girl tea party where I made the invitations for the guests and mom mailed. Each child was to bring their 18 inch doll. I brought tables and chairs and covered with fabric on back to decorate. I also brought in porcelain tea sets. The mom provided all the food (small sandwiches and dips) and drinks (I suggested apple juice to look like tea). We then played musical chair, and other games. After eating and games, we then cleared the table for a craft that included the dolls. Each child made a scarf for themselves and matching for their dolls. I provided the felt fabric and scissors, and explanation. I also provided the goodie customized bags that included American Girl brand stickers, candy, and lip gloss. It was time for the cake! Mom provided the cake, and after eating, we all had fun telling stories, then danced a while. The party was a big success! The decorations were especially beautiful that included a frame for the birthday American Girl, and a customized birthday shirt! Each child also took a polaroid photo from the photo booth I set up. It was a joy seeing the girls so excited, especially the birthday girl!!!