When it comes to polished elegance, there can be little that is more evocative than the iconic Tiffany & Co – the perfect duck egg blue, white satin ribbons, soft sparkles and understated glitz. So, when our client settled on this as her mitzvah theme we were thrilled to oblige! And, with their button-backed wall coverings and gorgeous Palladian-style windows, the chic interiors at 103 West were the perfect backdrop upon which to create it. We personalized the logo to Katie & Co. and used this to anchor many different elements of the celebration – from the miniature escort card favor boxes to napkins, the custom-made display riser to captions on the green screen photos. In the cocktail lounge, we used groupings of crystal bead candleholders to add a soft sparkle to the proceedings, cinching in Tiffany blue pintuck taffeta linens on the highboys with white satin sashes, and adding blue and diamante sparkle cushions to the lounge. The gift table was all-out luxe with a gorgeous silver sequin linen. We uplit the main room in Tiffany blue and created gift box centerpieces of fluffy white hydrangeas, adding a little extra sparkle with a diamante band around the middle. Placed atop a round mirror, and surrounded by blue and silver votives, the effect was classic and understated. The larger floral pieces were created using full, white roses to form a tight dome, adding height with tall, silver mitsumata branches. For the party favors, we created a gorgeous color-themed candy buffet. A collection of glass apothecary jars gave the table just the right feel of upscale class, with Katie & Co candies personalized for the occasion and crisp white candy bags for guests to put together their own little stash of candies. The photo booth from Glamour Event Services snapped away all night, giving guests some fun and lasting mementoes of the celebrations, whilst the DJ and dance motivators from Atlanta Fever Entertainment made sure the dance floor was the place to be! It was a beautiful, sophisticated evening which perfectly reflected the character of the celebrant!