Tonight, work was overseeing a concert of The Spinners. So so grateful. What a great band of guys. (Taken with Instagram)
I want to utilize this at an event somehow, someday.
What’s cool? Turning your stadium audience into a giant color changing set piece with LED wristbands…that’s cool.
This is it. If you call the number to order tickets and mention my name, you’ll get a special discount.
Come on people - 3 hour open bar, dancing, exhibitions open, neat lighting (donated by Stortz Lighting), dessert from Baked by Melissa, and most of all: the feeling of doing good (while dancing the night away and celebrating my last event at MCNY!).
Please join me in saying goodbye.
After party details to follow for those that actually come through. . ;)
This night was historical. The love was palpable. I’m so fortunate to have met Anthony and Michael. Their love is incredibly real. To witness it in my career was an honor. Working on this event was truly joyful. To have gained friendship beyond this night has made me feel beyond grateful.
PS: I couldn’t wait to move beyond the proofs! Much love and credit to Zorz Studios for the steal. Real photos coming soon!
Hours before an event and no flowers are coming? Well, here’s what I did:
Jamie’s done it again. What a lovely evening we had. THANK YOU for this wonderful post, Jamie. You’re such a dear.
Tucked away along Manhattan’s museum mile are the sweet summer evenings on the terrace at the Museum of the City of New York.
Watch the sunset over Central Park, sip an Old Fashioned and slip into the tunes of bygone times… Last night’s Live @ 1220 Fifth
I attempted to do my own floral arrangements for the opening reception of Moveable Feast: Fresh Produce and the NYC Green Cart Program. I wanted to incorporate fruit into the decor since the entire exhibition focuses on fresh produce! Visit the Museum of the City of New York to see this great new exhibit.
1 cylindrical vase, 6 mandarin oranges (sliced in half - tip, chill the fruit before cutting for easier slicing), and one dozen roses.
This arrangement comes in at about $7 (especially when you get the double dozen rose packs for $10 bucks from your neighborhood bodega!).
Thanks to Andrew Hinderaker for the photos!