40th Anniversary Party

I hope you are ready for some eye-candy today! I couldn’t wait to share pictures with you from a recent surprise 40th Anniversary Party that I had the privilege of creating the decor for. The event was held on the lovely patio of a local restaurant and the colors for the event were red, black, and white. With it being such an intimate evening celebration, I decided to set the appropriate mood with a romantic feel and beautiful yet simplistic decor that encompassed the event’s colors.

 

(My decor elements pictured above included the rose centerpieces, rose cluster and baby’s breath square vases, votive candles, rose petals, and decor for the guests of honor’s table and cake table.)

The delicious cake provided by Hansen’s bakery was enjoyed by the guests. As a favor each guest received a white chocolate sucker in a two-heart mold with a LOVE ribbon, and each family received a magnet with a wedding picture of the couple.

Working with this perfectly fitting modest venue space, it was important to added a proportional amount of decor to really enhance the intimate character of this celebratory event without overdoing it. The ambiance was beautiful during the daylight and very romantic in the evening. I am happy to report that I received an appreciable amount of positive feedback on the decor elements from not only the guests (comprised of close family and friends) but also from the guests of honor.  It is always wonderful to receive positive feedback on my work but at the end of the day, I do what I do because I enjoy it and I LOVE to see the smiles on my clients and their guest’s face= priceless.

 

This surprise 40th Anniversary party was given by the honoree’s oldest children (Sylvia, Ericka, & Aaron (not pictured)). Here is a great picture of my happy clients!

 

Love the smiles on the honoree’s faces! They were pleasantly surprised, overjoyed, and had a great time. What an amazing occasion to celebrate–40 years of marriage! Wishing them many more blessed years together!

 

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