Sustainability in events is so much more than eliminating food waste and recycling. For this month’s Partner Spotlight, we’re excited to introduce you to Seychelle Pagarpatan Wilmouth, owner of Silviyana, which specializes in customizable, eco-friendly and ethically made wedding attire for the conscious consumer. Learn about her amazing company today!
Known for its sophisticated take on bar snacks, New York’s Union Square Cafe has the tastiest mixed nuts known to man. The combination of sweet, salty, spicy and earthy is amazing - and while everyone has their own version of this classic recipe, we happen to really love our veganized version. Check it out!
We are thrilled to continue our Partner Spotlight series by introducing you to the creative mind behind Pink Salt Cuisine’s designs: Tiffany LaFleur, owner and creative director of Daydream Interactive. Learn more about her today!
As event professionals, we love discovering new venues and were honored to be a part of the grand opening of LA’s newest, Stonehurst. Located in Shadow Hills, Stonehurst may be a short distance from Downtown LA, but certainly transports guests to a another world.
We are excited to continue our Partner Spotlight series and introduce you to Daniela Degrassi, the founder of The Kind Bride, our favorite vegan bridal resource. Her comprehensive directory showcases vendors around the world, making it simple for couples (and event planners) to source vendors they need, regardless of location. She has some really excited news to share…keep reading to learn all about it!
We’ve got a new series on the P.S. Blog where we introduce you to some of our favorite event partners (and just super cool people that make our lives better). Our first partner is Everlasting Vegan Events, a full-service vegan event planning company that will make your vegan vision a reality. We sat down with EVE’s owner and founder, Nicole Hay, to learn more about her and her amazing company!
Every year, the Environmental Working Group releases its Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce, also known as the “Dirty Dozen.” Based on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Pesticide Data Report, these items represent produce found to have the most pesticide residue. Find out which fruits and vegetables made this year’s list!