Tips for Event Planning
Event planning how-to's, organization tips and tricks from party professionals.
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It has been said that Napoleon was the first to take his saber to a bottle of champagne in order to open it and that he did so after each victory in battle. This tells us that not only do the French know champagne, they also know a thing or two about style. So, if you are interested in assuming some French style, here is a little advice about sabering a bottle:
We do our best as a company to reduce, reuse and recycle and are committed to buying in-season and locally-sourced whenever possible. When we have extras, we donate food to local LA missions and make sure to recycle our oil and plastics. We believe it is the small things that make a big difference. We are all in this together! 🌍
We are known for our fabulous hors d'oeuvres and creative grazing stations. Especially in the spring and summer when the temperature is hotter, we all tend to eat a bit lighter. These are nice ways to get creative, provide our guests with endless customizable options, and create a show-stopping conversation piece. Swipe to see a closeup of this spring vegetable and bruschetta toast station.
Stacy Failing CSEP, VP of Special Events is now certified in pandemic on-site protocol. This license required hours of professional development training and is recognized by The Special Events Council. As restrictions loosen, we continue to take the safety of our guests and staff seriously. We can't wait to see you on-site!