Viva Las Vegas!

Time really does fly when you’re having fun, I guess. I find it hard to believe that this super amazing Las Vegas themed, double birthday party for one of my favorite clients was this time last year. Brothers, Bill and Mark, celebrate birthdays around the same time, and last year were milestone birthdays for both of them. We celebrated in style on the 8th floor at The Summit at Big Spring for Bill’s 50th and Mark’s 40th birthdays.

As the guests stepped off the elevators they were welcomed by a variety of passed hors d’oeuvres and some martinis while they waited for the guests of honor to arrive.


Once we got the guests of honor there, we opened the gaming tables provided by GoodFellas Gaming so the guests could get the full Vegas experience with Black Jack, Craps, Roulette and more.


And of course my favorite part of the entire evening was opening the dinner stations that I had planned with my client. The idea was that the room would be transformed into the Las Vegas strip and Metropolitan Disk Jockey Service did an amazing job bringing my vision to life. When I told him that I wanted the guests to feel like they were on the Vegas Strip, he suggested some lighting ideas that were so perfect and it turned out even better than I had imagined it to be!

Paris Station complete with cheeses, crepes, chocolate fondue and macarons. Oh my stars! 🙂

New York, New York Station with Mini Hot Dogs, Soft Pretzel Bites with Beer Cheese Sauce

Last, we ended the night with some delicious cakes from Old Vienna Bakery and guests went home with dice boxes full of candy and hand decorated cookies from Sweet Art Sweets.


Oreos by Sweeties by Kim

I know Bill and Mark had a very happy birthday last year, and I hope this year is just as awesome. Thank you for letting our crew celebrate with you!

Venue: The Summit at Big Spring

Photographer: Housley Photography

Gaming Tables: GoodFellas Gaming

DJ and Lighting: Metropolitan Disk Jockey Service

Cakes: Old Vienna Bakery

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