little sal's italian afest

Well, THE party is over. I've finally come up for air. It was huge - both in size and success! I feel very fortunate to have been a part of this party. Everything was perfect - the weather, the client, the venue (which was at the client's beautiful home) and the company. The pictures just don't do this event justice; it was too large to photograph. Does that make any sense?!

Since the pictures don't do the party justice, I've included some written details.

-the main tent was 40' x 80'

-there was about 50 staff working the event

-Activities included: mandolin and accordian players, live entertainment (an italian singer/performer) as well as a DJ, photo booth, a magician, face painting, carnival games, prize cart

-5 Food booths serving: sausage and peppers sub, chicken cutlet, eggplant parmesan, meatball sub, ziti, lasagna, caesar salad, calamari salad, fried dough, clams on the half shell and more!

-then there were the 2 beverage booths: the soda/water (non-alcoholic) booth which had about 20 refreshments to choose from including a whole line up of Foxon Park sodas - you know the old cute glass bottle sodas. So cute! There were also several Italian sodas/refreshments available too. Then the wine and beer booth had both red and white, two beers on tap and champagne and peaches.

-a guy with his coffee/espresso cart

-a guy with his gelato cart

-dessert table: 2 different kinds of birthday cake, italian pastries, torrone, confetti (candy almonds) and of course cannoli's.

Too much to even describe! I just wish I could have been a guest at this party. I will post more details in the future. This post is getting quite lengthy, but there is just so much to tell.

In honor of the party...

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