Saturday, April 5, 2008

Not Your Mothers Ballroom Chair!

Classic Party Rentals dontaetd Chameleon Chairs for the
11th National Tour of DINING BY DESIGN EVENT for DIFFA and they were a Hit!
As a favorite of California event designers, they are now avlaible here on east coast. All the Top NYC Designers are ordering them. At under $15 a Chair it a deal.

The Chameleon Chair is a remarkably versatile stacking chair designed to meet the ever-changing demands of the party and special events market. It is ergonomically engineered for comfort and style. The Chameleon Chair Collection includes metallic and cloth backs as well as seat cushions in a variety of colors, fabrics and patterns.

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Fiddlers... please take your place!

I found these fiddlehead place cards at Fete Des Feurs of Dallas Texas

Simply Garden Chic!

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Flower Power!

Spiring is in the air so how about some
Potted Flowers to entertain your guests.
Ten 31 Productions exquisite costumed performers will interact with your guests and
make you look like a master gardner!

(Moving statues sold separately)

TEN31 Productions
250 Esten Avenue
Box 203
Pawtucket RI 02860
O: 401.725.1031

Your Life Courtship Story Published

Ellen Braunstein, is a writer and creative director of Courtship Stories. If you are getting married and want to share your love story with guests her custom books can tell your life story!
She professionally writes,designs and publishs a 16- to 20-page booklets on your wedding or engagement to give to friends and family.

Talk about a Wow Save the Date !

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

poisson d'avril

In France the person fooled is known as poisson d'avril (April fish). This has been explained as arising from the fact that in April the sun quits the zodiacal sign of the fish. The French traditionally celebrated this holiday by placing dead fish on the backs of friends. Today, real fish have been replaced with sticky, fish-shaped paper cut-outs that children try to sneak onto the back of their friends' shirts. Candy shops and bakeries also offer fish-shaped sweets for the holiday.

From wikipedia