All we can say is WOW! Last Saturday’s Summer Celebration was a night that we will never forget. We are so thankful for everyone who came out to celebrate with us. It was a great pleasure to mingle with our beloved clients, coworkers, families & friends – all of which we consider to be part of our ‘family’ here at Todd Reed.
Obviously our guests contribute largely to the authenticity of our parties, but let us not forget that we owe a huge portion of our success to the vendors who helped make all of this possible for us.
First we must thank our dear friend Hunter Margolf of Swanky Bastard for providing all of the breathtakingly beautiful flower arrangements for the evening. After all, what would a Midsummer’s Night Dream Party be without flowers in every direction?
The delicious appetizers were courtesy of Katie’s Catering. Perhaps you tried the White Truffle Oil Smashed Potatoes? If you missed trying those, we’re sorry to hear that. They were delicious! Also served were Indonesian Chicken Skewers, Grilled Asparagus Spears & Grilled Artichoke Hearts, Grilled Polenta topped with Ratatouille, and more!
One of our favorite cake shops in Boulder, Kim & Jake’s Cakes brought their infamous gluten-free cupcakes to our party. These are SO good! We highly recommend visiting them if you’re in the Boulder area.
The delicious wine was provided by our friends over at the Boulder Wine Merchant and the beer was provided by Avery Brewing. Our drinks were served by the very talented bartenders from 3 Chicks Bartending.
And of course, we must thank our amazing performers for giving us their time and their talent for the evening. Adam Agee & Jessie Burns fiddled the night away side by side, never missing a beat no matter how loud the party got. It was no surprise that DJ West gave us a great performance throughout the evening. Maestro Hughes played two violin sets during the evening which really drew a crowd and livened up the party. Meanwhile, Nick Bottom and our Midsummer’s Faeries from Boulder Ballet handed out delicious chocolate treats courtesy of Concertos in Chocolate.
Thank you to all who came!
Photo credit belongs to Red Bike Communications.