Tennis anyone? This sweet Bar Mitzvah boy knew early on that his party was going to be all about
tennis. He just so happens to be an amazing tennis player, so this was right up his alley. Above
is the logo that we created and placed on the dance floor.
Placecards were tennis balls with guests names and table numbers.
The setting was the beautiful Indianapolis Museum of Art, specifically the Pulliam Great Hall. It’s an amazing space. Bright, white and modern. We dressed the tables in white spandex and lit them with color changing LED lighting
For the centerpieces we had HUGE..I mean huge tennis balls (4′ around)
perched atop silver stands with Jaren’t logo at the base.
We put the logo on the giant tennis balls as well as the table numbers.
Check out this hand painted permanent wall art backdrop for the DJ and dancing. It looked amazing with the colored tables. If you look closely you will see that all the guests wore their Wimbledon Whites for the party. It was great because the guests then became a cool part of the overall look.
Hello party people. I’m sorry I’ve been MIA…it has been c-r-a-z-y busy. Here is a sneak peek of some of the party we’ve worked on over the past few months. I’ll be blogging the details of each one as soon as things slow down. Until then, I’ve posted one pic of each of the parties as a teaser.
Peace, Love & Paws. Club LCK, Taste of the NFL, and a Sweet n Juicy 16 Birthday
Annie O’s 40th B-day, Around the World Party, Cabaret Celebration, Baseball Bar Mitzvah
Evan’s White Party, Colossal Carnival, Basketball Bash, Mardi Gras
Night at the Movies, Willy Wonka Riley Prom, Wimbledon, Club Samantha
White Wedding, You’re the Man Mitzvah, Purim Masquerade Ball
Our party this weekend was at the the newly renovated Central Library. What a beautiful venue! The theme was tennis and the colors were robin’s egg blue and brown. We designed the adult placecards to look like card catalog cards and placed them in old school card catalog drawers. The kids placecards were blue and brown tennis balls. Centerpieces were silhouettes of tennis girls in assorted blue and brown prints with the bat mitzvah girl’s monogram.