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A Mother's Day Affair to Remember

We were honored to provide “papered wonders” for Ron Lazarus, owner of the award winning Affairs to Remember. Our friend, William Fogler or Wm Events helped to design and plan a spectacular Mother’s day luncheon held at the Affairs facility. A festive spring time yellow palette paired  with coral bertani silk accented by  silver set the tone. Lush gardenesque centerpieces of Strawberry plants, Flaming Parrot & Peonis Tulips were the focal of every table designed by Wm Events. Luxe china including the show stopping Starburst chargers and Tulip crystal glassware from Classic Party Rentals were key to  the design. Decadent chocolates from Julia Baker Confections were personalized with a note, that we designed, from Ron as guest favors.

The endless menu including lobster fritters, Chicken Schnitzel and Lump Crab cocktails was fit for a Queen. A four course seated meal elegantly presented by the ever attentive staff of Affairs right in the kitchen.

We created an elegant suite of place cards, menus and tags for gifts all on rich pearlized card stock with rich chocolate print.Event Drapery defined the space with an organdy and satin design. Greg and Sandra Scott of Picture This! captured the whole event.

Thanks William for allowing us to serve another great event. It was truly an affair to remember.

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Black and White with a Splash of Sunshine!

Black and white are timeless and classic colors. These two colors have transcended the barriers of time and the confines of trends. Both hues denote elegance and style and can be used in a variety of ways. While we love these two colors all by themselves, we especially love them with just a hint or splash of a bold color. Yes, black and white complemented by a strong accent color can create the fiercest look. For a unique tablescape design at Ritz & Glitz:  A Bridal Showcase, we took the color palette of black, white, and yellow and transformed it into something extraordinary. These rich patterns and colors came together to complete the perfect look for the table design. And yes, they were indeed showstoppers.