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Lisa and Adam tied the knot on a beautiful September day at the Intercontinental in Buckhead.


Lisa made her way down the aisle to her eagerly awaiting groom and the two enjoyed a wonderful ceremony among their friends and family.











After the service, guests headed into cocktail hour, where they munched on appetizers of tuna tartare and goat cheese and artichoke bites, just to name a few. They also enjoyed Lisa and Adam’s signature cocktails: the Blushing Bride and the Golden Groom.











Guests were then invited into the reception area, where Avenue Design and Atlanta Event Light worked together to create the sleek and sophisticated décor, with beautiful floral displays, and shimmering accents.









A beautiful plated salad greeted the couple’s guests as they entered, and once they had finished, Atlanta Beat cranked up the tunes to get the party started as soon as possible!


Lisa was the first one to hit the dance floor, and her guests followed suit. The crowd danced their hearts out until dinner was served and they (reluctantly) took a break.


Once guests had had their fill, the band came back in full force and the happy couple danced the night away with all of their family and friends.

Photographer Catherine Park and videographer James Futch worked the room throughout the ceremony and reception, making sure to capture all of the memorable moments Lisa and Adam had in store. Southern Nights provided a photo booth with tons of fun props for the guests to capture their own memorable moments as well.


As the evening wound to a close, Lisa and Adam cut their (stunning!) wedding cake and offered up the ever popular King of Pops as a second dessert option.











Guests left full and happy, with a smile on their faces and custom made Tots (Adam and Lisa’s cat) cookies in their hands.





Halle threw a girly and GORGEOUS Bat-Mitzvah celebration at Temple Sinai.


Event Savvy did a RIDICULOUS job on the decor from the over the top centerpieces, to the custom Halle logos throughout the space. Our favorite? The amazing bar.













Added Touch outdid themselves with the mouth watering food! Guests were greeted in cocktail hour with “tipsy popsicles” made with sparkling prosecco and various flavored popsicles.


They also enjoyed thai chicken tacos paired with a mini margarita, delicious deli rolls in puff pastry paired with beer, and trendy avocado toast with all the fixings.









Once guests were invited into the main party space, Halle made her grand entrance as they sprayed Co2, and it made such a cool effect! She went right into the Hora upon her entrance and popped huge balloons filled with colorful confetti all over the dance floor while she was up in the chair. It was awesome! We’d like to give a special thanks to Paul Teal for the fabulous big balloons.









Halle’s guests enjoyed a short dance set and then were set free to devour….more food! This party had it all; from the beautiful and fresh noodle station to the over-the-top burger bar. The kids even got to enjoy kid “mocktails”, caesar salad “shakers” and a noodle bar all their own. Needless to say, nobody left hungry.












After dinner, DJ Rhythm cranked up the energy and Halle’s guests danced the night away!











Robin Nathan made her way around the room capturing photos while Donna and Paul of DSVP grabbed video footage of all the evening’s memorable moments.









Button it Up captured fun green screen photos throughout the evening, and guests even had the option of turning their photos into phone cases and clings!


Dessert included Belgium waffles on a stick with assorted toppings, teeny tiny ice cream cones, and juuuuuuuust in case guests were still hungry after that, they departed with Chick Fil A style nuggets, mini coke cans, and a big smile from a fabulous time had by all.



Love is Sweet.

Melanie and Andrew exchanged “I Do’s” at Puritan Mill in Atlanta.









Let’s Celebrate decked out the space with gorgeous and simple décor in colors of white, green, and gold, and adorned fichus trees with lights. It was so soft and romantic.









Melanie made her way down the aisle to her eagerly awaiting groom with the beautiful sounds of a string trio by Atlanta Sound during the ceremony.









Once the couple made it official, guests made their way into cocktail hour, where they were greeted with mouth watering appetizers courtest of Added Touch Catering. Some highlights included mini chicken tacos paired with mini shots of Silver Agave margaritas, and a fresh and fun active Asian Station, where guests could custom choose their Asian creations.


Following cocktail hour, the couple’s guests enjoyed a delicious meal of tomato and mozzarella salad, beef tenderloin, snapper, and fingerling potatoes served with haricot verts.


After dinner, guests hit the dance floor and rocked out to the fabulous tunes of live band I Love This Band.










Scobey Photography and James Futch Video didn’t miss a moment of fun as they captured priceless shots throughout the evening; this one is by far, our favorite!


As the evening wound down, guests enjoyed the GORGEOUS wedding cake courtesy of Metrotainment Bakery and some sweet treats from Added Touch as well.










When the band played it’s last song, guests (reluctantly) departed with music in the heads, love in the hearts (oh yes, we went there) and a delectable biscuit in their hand, courtest of Callie’s Hot Biscuits.



Bradley Hits it Out of the Park!

Bradley hit it out of the park with his baseball themed Bar Mitzvah at the Georgia Freight Depot.


Your Event Solutions decked out the space in true baseball park style; with fencing, picnic tables, bleachers, and even a locker room entrance and a field decal on the dance floor.

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As Bradley’s guests entered, they were greeted with a stunning ice luge courtesy of Ice Sculptures Unlimited, and cool baseball bobbleheads.

The adults were greeted with (true to the baseball theme) pastry wrapped hot dogs with spicy brown mustard, as well as a variety of other mouth watering appetizers during cocktail hour.


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Once the adults entered the party, they were greeted by Homer and with the already hoppin’ party provided by DJ Mello with Atlanta Fever.


After a short dance set, dinner was served. Distinctive Capital Caterers served up delicious fare including a slider station as well as a delicious orzo pasta salad, and Georgia farm summer veggies, just to name a few.


Tenderloin station








After Bradley’s guests were stuffed with dinner, Mello cranked up the party! (Once again) true to Bradley’s baseball theme, he featured fun baseball sounds and the ever popular tomahawk chop to the delight of the party guests.

Button It Up was onsite to provide the ever popular green screen photos, while Chuck Robertson and James Futch captured fabulous photos and video footage of the evening’s festivities.


Brad’s party wrapped up with fabulous mini desserts, cookies, Dippin Dots, and cotton candy, provided by Carnival Promotions.

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Derek Deals ‘Em Up.

Derek threw a cool, casino style Bar Mitzvah for all of his family and friends and Dunwoody Country Club.

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The space was decked out casino style, with Blackjack and Texas Hold ‘Em tables, customized fun money, and raffle tickets.









It also featured red and blue balloons, bright table linens and centerpieces, and this fabulous Derek logo. A big thanks to Main Event for the casino tables, and Let’s Celebrate for the always fabulous decor.

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As Derek’s guests entered the party, Horizon DJ got the kids excited right away with some games, as the adults enjoyed cocktail hour in the lobby. Some of the appetizers included tuna tartar, and lamp lollipops.

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Once cocktail hour was over, the adults entered the space and were greeted with a beautiful plated salad, followed by food stations of salmon, been tenderloin and pasta.













After the dinner plates had been cleared, Derek’s guests watched a fabulous photo montage by Pam Vexler with Spotlight productions.

Then….it was time to party! Guests hit the dance floor and the casino tables, and partied the night away!


Chuck Robertson made his way around the room throughout the evening, capturing photos and priceless memories. This one of Derek surrounded by his friends and family is one of our faves.


As the evening wound down, Derek’s guests enjoyed mini shots of triple chocolate, cheesecake, apple crumble, and the crowd favorite…the Good Humor ice cream cart.













Guests left the party with colorful blankets, chocolate chip cookies, and great memories!





Jonah: A Home Run Hero!

Jonah shared his “love of the game” with all of his friend and family at American Spirit Works in Atlanta.


Guests entered cocktail hour and were greeted with delicious “sporty street food” by Added Touch. The adults enjoyed awesome deli rolls and mini Achiote chicken tacos, while the kids enjoyed pigs in a blanked and a KILLER nacho bar.









Adults also enjoyed Jonah’s creative signature cocktail: “share a coke with Jonah” which included a shot of bourbon in classic Coca-Cola bottles. Aaaaaand even though the kids couldn’t drink, they enjoyed a cool kids “dugout” bar which included Coke bottles and assorted flavors of Gatorade.


Once cocktail hour wrapped up, guests entered the space to enjoy fabulous sports themed decor, courtesy of Eventscapes. Tova  Glenn was also responsible for the added touches, such as custom cocktail napkins, food signs, and custom water bottle labels.










Jonah’s guests made their way to their seats, and DJ Mello with Atlanta Fever Entertainment made Jonah’s grand entrance announcement to get the party started! Guests danced and partied, and stopped only to….you guessed it! Eat more food!


Dinner included a fresh salad, a LIVE Hotdog Bar, a Slider Bar, and an Asian Noodle Station with allllllll the fixins.

As the party rolled on, Robin Nathan captured countless photos of the evening’s festivities and James Futch caught it all on tape. Our favorite photo? This one. We kiiiiiind of “love” it.


Guests also loved taking photos in front of the green screen provided by Button it Up; they even made the photos look like printed baseball cards!










After all this fun, there was only one thing left to do: eat dessert! Jonah’s guests topped themselves off with selections
from the AMAZING ice cream bar, cookies, brownies and a choice of a root beer or Coke float.


We’d say that this party definitely hit it out of the park!





Kickin’ It with Daniel and Ethan!

Daniel and Ethan ‘kicked it’ with all of their friends and family during their soccer themed B’nai Mitzvah at Temple Emanuel.


Before the party ‘kicked off’ (ok, we’ll stop), Atlanta Event Decor, Let’s Celebrate, and Monte Carlo Productions, prepared the temple for an epic party. Monte Carlo setup blackjack tables, while the others transformed the space with up-lights and awesome soccer themed centerpieces.








Once the scene was set, the party began! Adults enjoyed cocktail hour in the lobby with cocktails and delicious appetizers provided by ZEST. The talk of the party however, was the Bourbon Tasting Table, complete with every bourbon one could dream of, crackers, almonds, and…oh yes….bacon. (Ok, it was turkey bacon, but the crowd went wild!)









Once the adults had eaten every piece of bacon in the building, they moved into the event space to join the kids, who were already partying with DJ Melvin Patterson with Glitter Box.









After a short dance set, the food stations opened. Daniel and Ethan’s guests enjoyed stations boasting tenderloin, salmon, sliders, pasta and much more.


Once everyone had had their fill, it was time to hit the dance floor! One of the coolest and most different features of this party was the Silent Disco. A Silent Disco is an event where people wear headphones that a wireless signal is transmitted to. So instead of speakers, 3 different music choices were broadcast to guests on their own individual headphones for a few songs during the evening. It was really different
and cool!









Aside from the music, guests were entertained with a photo booth by Big Bad Photobooth, and more formal photos were captured by SRD Photography.


Daniel and Ethan’s guests partied the night away and rounded out the evening with a sweet ice cream sundae bar, cookies, and
mini desserts, and left with sports bags and personalized soccer balls!














Gray’s Braves!

Gray decided to throw his Bar Mitzvah at the exclusive 755 Club at Turner Field in Downtown Atlanta.


While Gray and his family got ready for his big day, Kim Quinn Designs was busy getting the 755 Club decked out in Gray’s cool and simple baseball themed decor. Our favorite? Well, it’s a toss up between the solo cup themed entrance and these awesome mason jars.










Once the space was set, Gray and his guests made their way in and while the kids got the party started with Mello of Atlanta
Fever, the adults got busy on some serious appetizers and cocktails in cocktail hour. Some of the appetizer faves included a mini grilled cheese and an avocado, blackened ahi tuna bite. YUM.










After cocktail hour, the adults were invited into the main party space and greeted with a gorgeous plated salad of baby spinach candied walnuts, dried cranberries and goat cheese. Guests were then invited to enjoy a variety of dinner stations including pasta, salmon and pizza.


Once Gray’s guests had finished dinner, Mello kicked the party back up and everyone hit the dance floor!


Mizvah Man, Joseph Aczell and Videographer James Futch worked together to cover all of the memorable moments throughout the evening and Memories in a Moment provided guests an additional photo outlet for some less “formal” shots.


After a fabulous photo montage, the party began to wind down, ending with a tribute circle to “Lean on Me”, and INCREDIBLE donut favors, courtesy of Sublime Donuts.



Andrea’s Fabulously Floral Mitzvah!

Andrea hosted a gorgeous and girly party at the equally gorgeous Intercontinental in Buckhead.


Let’s Celebrate decked out the space with flowers galore! Andrea chose colors of purple, garden fuscia, turquoise and lit up highboys with flower decals.










Andrea’s brother even hand painted these STUNNING flowers pictures for his sister’s special day!


As Andrea’s guests arrived, they were greeted with cocktails and appetizers that only the Intercontinental could present. Some favorites included mini fish tacos and coconut chicken skewers.










Following cocktail hour, the adults were invited into the reception space and DJ Rhythm amped up the crowd for Andrea’s big entrance. She danced her way into her adoring crowd to “Get the Party Started” by PINK. It was awesome!










Once everyone was seated, guests enjoyed a delicious meal from an Italian station featuring pasta and fresh veggies, and two carving stations boasting salmon and beef tenderloin.

After dinner, it was time to party! Andrea had an awesome time during the Hora in this hand painted chair, courtesy of her mom!












Andrea’s guests danced the night away only stopping to take fun green screen photos, courtesy of Scensations.


But the real show stopper?? How about a special speech from Andrea’s best friend all the way from Israel?! Andrea was so surprised, and the crowd loved it.

This fabulous fiesta wound down with the ever popular candy bar and cute tumblers for all of Andrea’s guests.















“Double Trouble” with Simon and Mitchell!

Simon and Mitchell threw a cool, baseball themed party for all of their family and friends at King Plow in Midtown.


King Plow is such a great venue because it’s vintage, rustic feel can be transformed to suit any theme. These boy moms kept it simple and classic, with large metal letters, mason jars with pictures and a farmhouse feel.










With the help of family and friends, the boys’ décor vision was brought to life, and the space turned out looking fabulous, thanks to a little help from Peachtree Tents and Events.











As the party kicked off, the adults enjoyed cocktail hour with delicious drinks and appetizers, courtesy of Bold American, and the kids headed into the party where DJ VIBE was already getting the party started.


The kids wasted no time and immediately started dancing and enjoying the photo booth by Big Bad Photobooth, as well as cool souvenir magnets by Magnificent.

When the adults were ready to eat, they were greeted with the trendy, bright, and (of course) mouthwatering stations Bold American is known for. A crowd favorite was definitely the savory BBQ Sundae Station as well as the Taco Station.


Once these party people had their fill, everyone hit the dance floor and rocked with VIBE all night long.

Joseph Aczell with Mitzvah Man Photography captured all of the memorable moments throughout the evening.


As the evening wound to a close, desserts were served and they were an absolute home run! Guests especially loved these adorable baseball Rice Krispy Treats on a stick!










Simon and Mitchell’s guests left happy, full, exhausted from partying and with a chicken biscuit; just the way we like it!


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