When a crazy chic and talented interior designer contacted us to help bring her soirée to life we were nothing less than excited! With a backyard already dripping in olive leaves and lush foliage… we had the perfect setting to accent! She wanted an eclectic mix of vintage, boho, and industrial elements that provided a curated and styled vibe (which of course felt effortless and comfortable! Duh!) Pulling from the goodies from our friends at Found Rentals made this an easy design to nail! 

With a very charming and sweet ol’ southern background, this bday gal knows the importance of a goooood cocktail. So “DRANKS” was a must have for this killer bar display. Contemporary Catering shook up some tasty sips and delish passed bites throughout the evening. An impressive stationary charcuterie spread covered every inch of a one-of-a-kind vintage dresser, providing the ultimate grazing station.

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Heirloom Design House killed it with the wild and foraged vibe we wanted to achieve. The hanging blooms and herbs over the self-serve "come wine with me" bar added a whimsical touch and the tucks of vibrant garden roses added the perfect pops of color. The fragrance from the fresh mint, rosemary, and lavender that she used deliciously lingered around the yard. 

A display of DRUNK'N DONUTS (individually boxed, crazy delish Donut Snob donuts, with a cute thank you sticker) greeted guests as they departed. A fun way to end a drank-full night!

We wanted to provide a comfortable setting that didn't feel "over done". Beginning with live Mumford and Sons inspired acoustic music to dance battles under the twinkle lights with DJ spun tunes... It certainly was a fantastic celebration all around.

Event Coordination & Design: Lady Liberty Events | Photography: Kelly Elaine Photo | Rentals: Town & Country Rentals and Found Vintage Rentals | Catering: Contemporary Catering | Flowers: Heirloom Design House | Donuts: Donut Snob | Sweets: Sweet & Saucy Shop | Guitarist: Travis Mersola