'Tis the season for graduation parties!

Summertime in Buffalo is filled with fun times: BBQs, outdoor weddings, and of course, no snow! It's also time to celebrate graduation season. When we were asked to come back and design another graduation party for Janet Snyder, radio host for Kiss 98.5, this time for her son Patrick, we couldn't pass up the opportunity to help her out again!


With accent colors of red and gold with just a touch of sparkle, the outdoor space was completely transformed. Pinterest-inspired "diploma-wrapped" Smarties and chalkboard centerpieces added a nice personal touch. Giancarlo's provided a slider bar, Lloyd's Food Truck prepared their one-of-a-kind tacos, and there was even an old-fashioned kettle corn stand. Top it off with a delicious candy display accompanied by a giant ice sculpture and delectable Georgetown Cupcakes, the guests were surely in for a special treat. 


We had such a wonderful time helping out with this exciting celebration and look forward to working with Janet again in the future!


Congratulations to all the high school graduates and go Cornell :)


Chelsea XO

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