Philadelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 – Best Table Winner!

Chef Jacquie Kelly and I had the honor of winning Best Table at the Philadelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016!

Representing Soiree Philadelphia and Taste4Travel.net, we worked together on our interpretation of this year’s theme “Philadelphia Firsts.”

Our “first” was the Peale Butterfly Display Box – which was the first way scientists could preserve & observe butterflies (and moths) from both sides. The Peale Collection is still housed at the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences.

And another First related to butterflies is Philadelphia is the home of the discovery of the first both male & female butterfly (who knew?!): http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/local/healthscience/77118-rare-half-male-half-female-butterfly-discovered-at-philly-museum-

It was such a pleasure working with Chef Jacquie and so lovely to be supported by so many Femfessionals (yes, I’m on the board, so I am partial).

Thanks so much to the Philadelphia Diner en Blanc organizers and to everyone who came to the event – looking forward to the main event in August!

Philadelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table Winner

Philadelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table Winner

Philadelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table WinnerPhiladelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table Winner

Philadelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table Winner

Philadelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table WinnerPhiladelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table WinnerPhiladelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table WinnerPhiladelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table WinnerPhiladelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table Winner

Philadelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table Winner

Philadelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table WinnerPhiladelphia Diner en Blanc Preview Party 2016 - Best Table Winner

Special thanks to Zoya Egan for her lovely hat and for jumping behind the camera so I could be in a few shots!  Please check out her work at:

https://m.facebook.com/pages/Zoya-Egan-Millinery/1468852586763731?ref=py_c

Philadelphia Flowerwall Rental, LOVE Letter Rentals and Vintage Lighted Letters for your home – SoireeShop.com pre-launch special!

Philadelphia FlowerWall Rental, Marquee Love Letters, Wedding Initials and more for Philadelphia Weddings & Events

Philadelphia Flowerwall rental

These Vintage Lighted Letters are the perfect accent for your home or rental for your wedding or event!

rent light up letters

To purchase, 24″ letters are $220 each, and the ampersand symbol is $240, plus $9.95 shipping on any order.  All letters and other symbols are available.  This items are hand-crafted, so shipping times may vary.

TO PURCHASE: Email us at SoireePhiladelphia@gmail.com and you will be sent a shipping arrival estimate and invoice via PayPal.

TO RENT LOVE LETTERS:  Email us at SoireePhiladelphia@gmail.com with your event date and location.  Limited dates are available, so reserve now!

Rent all 4 LOVE letters for $475 for a 3 day rental (this allows time for pickup and drop off at our Philadelphia location).  Delivery is available for an additional calculated fee (based on distance).

SPECIAL:  Rent two letters and an ampersand (&) for just $350 including shipping in the continental US!  Offer valid through April 30th 2014.

Other rentals will be available shortly – please email us with any questions or special requests…

COMING SOON:  WOOD STANDS!  Handcrafted backdrops made from reclaimed wood to hang your letters – the perfect backdrop for your head table, or to make the most amazing Photo Booth!  More details coming soon!

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Philadelphia Flower Wall Rental

Coming soon – please contact Laura at soireephiladelphia@gmail.com or call 609-954-0488 for more information – thank you!

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