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Guess 30th Anniversary Parties: Part 2

As promised, we have photos of the second Guess 30th Anniversary Party to share with you, courtesy of the amazing Marianne Lozano




Guess 30th Anniversary Parties: Part 1

We recently had an opportunity to design the florals to celebrate the 30 year anniversary of Guess. The designer jean brand threw two anniversary parties to celebrate 30 years in the business and invited Guess employees and friends.

The first party was a rave-style event complete with fashion show and DJ Tiesto, playing a long set of electronic dance music. The party went into the wee hours and guests enjoyed viewing mock storefronts featuring Guess boutiques from years past. Enjoy this amazing photos by the very talented Marianne Lozano and stay tuned to the blog for Part 2 of the Guess 30th Anniversary Parties!




We're Featured on Munaluchi Bride

Our work has been featured on Munaluchi Bride in an article about Niecy Nash's one year anniversary celebration. Don't miss this candid conversation with the fabulous Niecy where she talks about her marriage, weddings, and her reality show Leave It to Niecy. Click here to read the full article.

Munaluchi Bride Magazine is the leading authority of bridal inspiration for women of color. Their stylish print publication is released twice a year in major bookstores across the US and internationally, and digitally via their website. In between issues, the Munaluchi Bride website provides modern brides with daily inspiration ranging from real weddings, creative e-sessions, and all kinds of wedding goodness.

For the bride who craves culture and style…The name “Munaluchi” is a combination of two African names (one Ethiopian and the other Nigerian) which when fused together mean “Beautiful Work of God.” The name perfectly describes our target audience, as all women, regardless of race or ethnicity are beautiful in their own light. It was launched in 2010 by Jacqueline and Chike Nwobu after the realization that women of color are major contributors to the $160-billion wedding industry, but have minimal presence in most bridal print publications. Munaluchi Bride fills this void and provides the truest example that love comes in more than one shade.