What’s hot and what’s not, that’s out with the old and in with the new to you and me! Sister business What a fab party! is no trend setter but over the years Samantha has pitched a number of creative and fabulous ideas to clients, here are just a few:
Meaningful menus and Food Stations
- Couples wanting to design their own menu, Chefs are being tasked to come up with innovative dishes and using local produce that really means something to the couple. When it comes to evening food, say good bye to boring buffets and hello to themed food stations packed full of continental cheeses and meats to Tapas, Sushi or even ice cream.
- Whether its a martini bar with gorgeous cocktail staff, a sophisticated Champagne bar or branded beer bar station they look great and are fun. Why wouldn’t you have something so visual and different at your wedding? If you’re looking to give your husband some wedding planning responsibility, I am sure he would take this on with glee creating a true ‘gentleman’s club’ feel.
It’s no secret that vintage is here to stay for a while however there has been a bit of a shift from Victorian-style, tea parties to more English country garden. Think big rustic signs, bunting dressed along your garden fence, old tin baths filled with bottles of beer, vintage table cloths laden with your wedding cards and children playing croquet on the lawn. Divine.
Themed Lounge areas
A fabulously themed chill out area that people can use if they don’t want to dance. Moroccan with shisha pipes to outside seating with furs and lanterns to Studio 64, all easily created making a fun mood amongst friends.