Congratulations Cali and Arrington!
It was such an honor working with the North House and K&B Event Services for Cali and Arrington's wedding day. The North House is a gorgeous venue located in Bush, LA. Any bride looking for a dreamy outdoor venue should definitely scope out this celebration destination.
The team at North House was also a pleasure to work with! We set up our Quartet (4-station) right along side the chapel at the venue.
We received word from our attendants about how beautiful the venue was, as well as how neat they thought the trailer was! We look forward to coming back for sure!
While venturing to Indiana to pick up our brand new 2-station restroom trailer (manufactured by Satellite Industries), we decided to venture into the WWETT show, which is the world's largest annual trade show for wastewater and environmental service professional.
It was a fabulous opportunity to see the latest styles in restroom trailer. Luckily for us, most of the trailers we toured were all "luxury" style restroom trailers. We met some great folks, took away some great ideas, made a few purchases of some stellar cleaning products and already planning for our next purchase. Could it be another 3-station or a 5-station!?
Stay tuned to find out!
We have fallen in love with all of our fall events, especially this wedding in particular! We had the wonderful pleasure of working with the most wonderful family, while they planned for their son's wedding. And let me tell you, every detail was covered...covered in beauty, creativity, and dripping with an extra side of romance! Nothing makes us happier than to see happy clients, clients who are able to achieve their dream wedding without having to worry about things like - restroom facilities! Jazzy Johnz to the rescue!
The photos in this blog, which are outstanding, were taken by Farren with Faraday Photography.
Atchison & Ramsey are a beautiful couple and their back-yard themed wedding was no different - charmingly beautiful! Guests were treated to a coffee & hot cocoa bar, featuring numerous delightful toppings: caramel, white chocolate sauce, dark chocolate sauce, cocoa powder, cinnamon, sprinkles, etc. Yes, please! They also were able to snag a little popcorn, excuse me, kettle corn. The perfect choice for catering to all their guests' sweet and salty cravings :)
Wooden rustic chairs and white lanterns adorned the ceremonial aisle ways, while over-sized barrels completed the look of grandeur.
The bride wore a beautiful A-line gown with delicate lace details. Her groom dressed in a bright, but bold suit with a nude-colored satin tie, which totally complimented the nude tones in her gone. Perfect match!
The wedding cake was simple but super elegant with organic floral touches draped around it. It was displayed beautifully on a vintage dresser. So creative! The grooms cake also took the creative route with a "duck-hunting" theme. Genius! I love a good, fun grooms cake; it can be used as a perfect ice breaker! The funkier the better - in my opinion , of course.
Sparklers were lit for their big exit, which completed the evening of a perfect celebration.
We love a good fight, especially one that stands up against breast cancer
On October 21st, 2017, the American Cancer Society hosted a public event in Biloxi, Mississippi, Making Strides of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, a fundraiser walk to help earn money for breast cancer research and to help find a cure. We were fortunate to participate in this year's annual walk as a vendor, and we think the walkers loved having upgraded facilities available mid-way on their journey. We set up our luxury 3-station toilet trailer on Esters Blvd, near the corner of Caillavet street. Seeing all the people in pink shirts was such an encouraging site. The walkers seems super enthusiastic to be on this walk for such a great cause, many of them showing their support after facing their own hardships with breast cancer.
We custom made a slide show for this particular event, which looped in each of the units. These slides featured statistical facts about breast cancer, as well as words of encouragement - all pink themed of course. Also in the trailer were vases full of pink flowers - of course!
Over $42,000 was earned after all the donations were collected.
To learn more about this event or to help the American Cancer Society fund groundbreaking breast cancer research in efforts to prevent it and/or find it earlier when it's easier to treat, please visit: http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?pg=entry&fr_id=84771
Your donation(s) save(s) lives.
We would also like to extend a special thanks to Deb Ragan, Liz and Jeff for all their event coordinating efforts and for including us in this special fundraiser.