Design and branding can be so fun to incorporate into events and can be so crucial when throwing a corporate party where you want that brand to be noticed. How do you host a party for your co-workers and clients making it fun, celebratory, but also incorporating their logo or brand?
Three words … custom roaming treats!
The fabulous New York based interior design by-the-hour company, Homepolish, came to us requesting some desserts to be served at their 5 year anniversary party for their Austin branch. Desiring a dessert presentation that would capture the Austin vibe while incorporating their logo throughout the event, we knew exactly what to serve.
Held at the beautiful indoor and outdoor Malverde space in La Condesa, the perched view over 2nd Street offered a gorgeous backdrop of the skyline views of our downtown city. Representing our Austin pride, we served on our custom-made guitar strap tray and you better believe we packed that tray with some delicious sweetness! Serving funfetti, red velvet, and chocolate cupcakes, we topped each one with an edible Homepolish logo making them almost too cute to eat! And, because we’re Texas-proud, we packed some custom cactus-shaped lollipops and some sugary, sweet churros. Guests swooned over the presentation and enjoyed sweet treats throughout the night. The interactive dessert option was definitely the icing on the cake to a wonderful evening.
If you want your event design and branding to be memorable at your next party – make it something sweet and edible! We will come up with the PERFECT option that is sure to excite and satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth.
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Whim Hospitality have really outdone themselves this time. Adorn was a stunning event held on a sunny January day in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Camp Lucy, with all it’s gorgeous venue spaces, provided a perfect setting for splendor that took place that day.
First, there was a VIP lounge held in ever-so cool Whit’s Inn. Our Cupcake Bartenders donned fluttery gray bridesmaids dresses, courtesy of Melange Bridal, and passed delicate pastel colored candies to the illustrious guests.
The exhibition hall, held in the sunny and airy Ian’s Chapel was bustling with activity as brides, planners, and wedding fans wandered booth to booth. What do you need to create the perfect Hill Country wedding? Unique jewelry, hair and make-up, specialty hats, dapper menswear, darling stationary, bejeweled duds from local boutiques, and of course, cowboy (and cowgirl) boots. This is Texas, after all. The Cupcake Bar went with a mixed metal look– copper linen complements of Whim Hospitality, bronze topping bowls, gold glittery runner, bronze geometric shaped terrariums and decor–and of course, we brought our famous gold shimmer topping! The table was only out-shined by the delicious cupcakes and the smiles they distributed.
Next, guests made their way over to Sacred Oaks for an awe-inspiring fashion show. The models were gorgeous, real, and surely must have felt as good as they looked in the magnificent garments they strutted down the runway! Champagne was passed to guests during the show and what better way to compliment the bubbly than a delectable strawberry cupcake? The Cupcake Bar’s Roaming Treats bridesmaids shimmied over to Sacred Oaks and passed out sweet, pink, mini-cupcakes complete with strawberry buttercream.
Adorn was an event that won’t soon be forgotten, and we have some amazing photographers to thank for capturing the memorable day. Well done, Jessica Frey Photography and Svetlana Photography! You are truly gifted artists that have left us with stunning photographic evidence of a well planned and executed day!