April 18th, 2014
Local Savannah creative and long-time friend Libbie Summers has done it again. With years of experience both in the kitchen and on set, complimented by her award-winning food blog Salted and Styled, there’s no question as to whether Libbie was ready to tackle her second book release: Sweet & Vicious. A slight departure from The Whole Hog Cookbook (less pig and more pink), Sweet & Vicious is all about exploring new taste sensations in the realm of baking. However, still evident throughout its fuchsia “dipped” pages are some incredible stories from Libbie’s adventures in the world of sweet and savory concoctions.
To celebrate the recent release of Sweet & Vicious, Libbie knew we could capture the spirit of the book just as we had for The Whole Hog Cookbook. When she found the newly-renovated Whitman off of Forsyth Park, we loved the challenge of complimenting the historic architecture with bright and poppy decor. The result was a family-friendly, playful book signing party that left even the adults feeling like kids again. Here are some of our favorite shots of the event, captured by Jade + Matthew Take Pictures:
Grab your copy of Sweet & Vicious here!
December 19th, 2013
When Circa Lighting asked us to turn their new warehouse space into a cozy holiday party, we were excited to take on the challenge. Using the adjacent lot as inspiration for an outdoors event that focused on getting back to nature, we staged a camp-like space where Circa‘s hard-working “scouts” could relax around an open fire and regale on this year’s finest moments.
With an old, rusted canoe, two trailers of hay, and a sea of candlelit mason jars, we gave the folks at Circa a camp experience worth writing home about.
Take a look at some of our favorite event details captured by Izzy Hudgins Photography:
December 16th, 2013
This year’s Best of Savannah party hosted by Savannah Magazine was a swinging Jazz bash centered around the opulence of the roaring 1920′s. With Gatsby’s taste and a fresh color palette in mind, we had the pleasure of setting a swanky background to what would become one of the most talked about events of the year.
Take a peek below at some of the photos captured by photographer Katie McGee for Savannah Magazine and leave a comment with your favorite vignette of the night!
October 9th, 2012
Last week we shared the celebration of both our latest Rethink member along with Joel’s birthday with party decor themed around a gentleman’s club. As is with most of our small events, this party was put together using simple DIY tricks and various vintage finds. Our advice? Always keep a lookout for unique, quality pieces that can be reused or up cycled into crucial event decor. With a little creativity, a stack of suitcases becomes a side table; an old crate becomes a candy bar; those old mason jars become table centerpieces. Who says parties on a budget can’t take the spotlight?
When to spend: Photographer, Caterer, Music
When to save: Decor, Take-Aways, Invites*
*We used Overnight Prints to order our custom invites cheap and quick – but don’t be fooled. To actually get anything overnight is pretty pricey. We recommend allowing yourself 2-3 weeks to get the best deal.
Download our invites (with space to personalize your event) here!
Note: We’ve formatted the invites to print a 4×6 greeting card on Overnight Prints.
If the thought of a proper evening affair sends your top hat into a spin, not to worry! We’ve compiled a list of items needed to keep guests coming your way and worries at bay:
Download the party checklist to keep your planning a breeze. In case you missed it, grab our custom paper bow-ties and invites. Going for a different color scheme? Cut out a bow tie and trace over any patterned paper you’d like for a fully-customized fete.
Love the look? See how we used this theme in a nursery spread.
October 5th, 2012
To celebrate the coming of Rethink’s newest (and most dapper) member along with Joel’s something-ith birthday, we held an official initiation into the utmost-respected Gentleman’s Club. We wanted to choose a theme that bridged the gap between baby and man, and drew our inspiration from a nursery spread we had posted a while back. Bow ties became the motif carried throughout the night and paid homage to gentleman (and gentlewomen) of all sizes by keeping the theme mature and the decor kitschy. As with any high society event, guests were dressed to the nines in custom paper bow-ties while they sipped on mojitos to wash down their bacon-wrapped asparagus and salmon fillet. Check out some of the party’s photos below (from the wonderful Izzy Hudgins) and stay tuned next week for a more in-depth look at how to achieve your very own Gentleman’s Club extravaganza:
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