Wow Kay, that was amazing- you are the most organized person I've ever met, which I suppose is why you are SO good at what you do! We are so blessed to have you at IPC :)
Great tips and lovely photos, as always! :)
Kay, I posted a question for you in the comments on my blog! :)Much love.
great advice! I found her blog very hard to read though---the dark background and light lettering made it very difficult for me. AngAK
happy new year :-)
Kay-I clicked over to see your guest post, and I am so impressed with your precise planning and the effort and time you put into your work doing events from 20-120. It brings back memories of my catering, and I can appreciate what you do that is so special. Without the planning ahead, and having everything listed, it would be a disaster.You truly are a professional! ...a huge applause to you!
Those are such great tips, Kay. Thank you for sharing. I just had a house full of guests for a week and I learned I need to follow some of your tips - like menu planning not just for the holiday meal but for simple meals too (like breakfast). I also need to pre-cook things more because it was a little hectic in my kitchen this Christmas. I hope you enjoyed the holiday. Happy New Year. Wish you all the best in 2011!
Thanks for sharing the information regarding event planning,Event planning is a task involving huge responsibilities.Event planners will help their clients avoid disasters at their functions.
Great work. Looks prestige and expensive.