We are an Event Solutions Spotlight Awards Finalist!

We are so excited to announce that we are one of the five finalists for the Event Solutions Spotlight Awards in the category of  Event Planner of the Year!


Event Solutions Spotlight Awards are an annual awards presentation dedicated to recognizing the best and the brightest event professionals in the industry. The awards are presented in a variety of categories and honor both individuals and companies for their work. This specific Spotlight Award will be presented to an event planner that has set exemplary standards for the industry by demonstrating the highest degree of creativity, organization and management in planning events, and it is such an honor to be a finalist!

If you haven’t already,  Voting will remain open until February 28, 2014 and results will be  announced at the Spotlight Awards Presentation at the Event Solutions Conference & Tradeshow in Las Vegas on March 26, 2014.

We were nominated based off of the following three showcases:

Event Showcase 1 | Lorena and Ricard’s Mexico Wedding
A fairy tale wedding full of Mexican and Nicaraguan traditions and old world romance. It was the perfect old world setting, where indigenous, pre-Colombian and colonial influences converge. The wedding emphasized both of their cultures with folkloric dancers and musicians, traditional rituals, famous Oaxacan cuisine, favors made by local craftsmen and artisans, fireworks, and grand wishing tree.


Event Showcase 2 | Sheena and Edgar’s Wedding
A beautiful wedding at Teranea Resort, Palos Verdes, CA.  We incorporated the Persian culture in the ceremony with the full on sofreh aghd overlooking the beautiful California beaches and the Nicaraguan culture in the reception with the dancers and also the music.


Event Showcase 3 | Nouran and Adam’s Garden Wedding
A Vintage Persian wedding at  the Woman’s Scrips College in Upland, California.  The intimate ceremony took place in the closed garden with the very vintage sofreh, bamboo chair, vintage lemonade station, lace parasols, vintage looking arch that adored the sofreh. The same look was incorporated in the reception of 350 guests under a canopy of string lights, farm wood tables and same color scheme.