This weekend we had the opportunity to help decorate a lovely venue named InstaSpace Studio. It is located right outside of Huntsville on Hwy 53 in Harvest, Alabama. The space is HUGE and can be transformed into endless possibilities. Check them out on Facebook and/or Instagram for more photos and the link for reservations.
Now to Headshots & Mimosas… this event was the reason I even learned about InstaSpace. The idea for Headshots & Mimosas was birthed by Fred Brown of “Fredro Star Productions” and executed by so many wonderful people. If you were unable to get a ticket or chose not to, you definitely missed out on a good time with great food, a great DJ, and great people!
The idea behind this event was to help new business owners as well as seasoned owners, update their professional headshots and network while you wait. There were tons of giveaways including prizes from Dapper Dude, Chef Jocelyn Kitchen, Seventh & Grand Interior Design and Home Staging, Guilford LLC, and so many more!
Major shout out to everyone who had the opportunity to help bring Fred’s vision to life! - LaToya Hope, Owner of “InstaSpace”. Derrick Williams of “Virtuous Artistic”. Vic Vergara of “Vergara Photography”. DJ ML Six. Allen Noble of “Noble Chefs”. Kerry Warner of “SETS Revealed”. ShaDana Campbell, the Mixologist. Marcella Logan and Ashley Brown as the “Welcoming Committee”.
And the last shout out is to Essence Nesbit of “Designs by Essence” for the balloons. If you are looking for that final touch to really set off your event, be sure to send an email requesting your personalized quote today!
Have a great day and remainder of the week!!!
This past weekend we had the opportunity to provide balloon bouquets for an awesome fundraising event and 1 year celebration.
Upon arriving and setting up, we learned so much about the group hosting the event and what they have to offer.
Hard Knocks Rescue & Training, Inc. (HKR&T) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, designed for the “unadoptable dogs.” The ladies of this group have a substantial amount of years of experience with rescuing what we would call the “under dogs" and decided to create a way to help more dogs on a larger scale.
My understanding is that they take in the dogs who are least likely to be adopted, whether it be because of biting or other unfavorable behavior. They take the time to train and love on these dogs to help them get to a point where they can be placed into a forever home.
If dogs have a special place in your heart as well, take a moment to check out www.hkrtInc.com and read more about this company. If you find that you would like to help but are unable to volunteer or foster, they definitely accept donations as well.
The list below was taken from HKR&T’s website, to give you a glimpse at some of the items they are in continuous need of…
• Seat belts for our dogs during transportation
• Food and water bowls
• Dog beds the bigger, the better
• Kong dog toys, also the bigger the better
• Old blankets
• Old towels
• Peanut butter
• Laundry detergent pods
• White vinegar
• Chew bones
• Dog food
Again, feel free to check out their Facebook page and website for any further information and/or ways to help out.
Have a great week!!!