A few weeks ago the Phoenix WIPA Launch Party was held at Hotel Valley Ho with guest speaker Sean Low. Some of our founding members including Dawn Peterson, catering manager at Hotel Valley Ho; Courtney Townsend, catering manager at Montelucia; Natalie Hall, catering manager at JW Marriott Desert Ridge, Carrie Smith of Wildflower Linen, Matt Davis of MT Sounds and Rachel, Jennifer and I got together to plan this fabulous event. We were all so excited with the end result and couldn’t be happier to have such an amazing organization here in Phoenix.
Check out this great highlight film of the event produced by Serendipity Videography!
Thank you to Kimberly Jarman Photography for being the official photographer for the Phoenix WIPA Launch Party :)
And look at this gorgeous cocktail hour piece created by Petal Pusher as well!! Stunning!
The programs were designed and printed by Rene of Celebrations in Paper.
The beautiful florals were designed by Flora Bella (top right) and Table Tops Etc. (bottom right). The bright orange and pink linens and napkins were again provided by Wildflower Linen. The white Marbella chargers were provided by Cre8ive Event Rentals and the white chiavari chairs by Classic Party Rentals. And how cute are the letterpressed reserved signs from Little Owl Letterpress!! They also blind letterpressed 4×9 orange envelopes that were given to each attendee with the WIPA Membership information.
And the room was truly transformed by Quest Drape with the white drape!
We also loved the wrap menus that Rene of Celebrations in Paper created!!
At the end of the night, Torched Goodness, a creme brûlée food truck, delighted everyone with their arrival. Drew Coleman of Life Design Events thought the sea salt caramel creme brûlées were fabulous!! :)
Before dinner, Jennifer and I thanked the founding members and the sponsors that helped to put the event together and spoke about how excited we were that Sean Low was speaking!! Cre8ive Event Rentals provided the modern and clean staging and props for the event.
And then Sean Low of The Business of Being Creative spoke to all of us about The 4 P’s of a Creative Business. He did a great job!!