The Knot Atlanta Industry Event

Each year, The Knot Wedding Network has a party in each of the major cities to thank their advertisers and promote networking amongst vendors. We were honored to be chosen as the planner for the event this year. The shindig was just last week at the W Hotel in Buckhead. We used a color palette of grey, white and yellow and decor to compliment the modern space. Over 200 vendors attended and enjoyed a massive candy and sweets bar, a specialty Lemoncello drink, a Wii corner {bowling and golf were popular!} and a photobooth with lots of props. My favorite thing about the whole event is that we really made an effort to give back to the community as well. Guests brought non-perishable food items for Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless to help those that are less fortunate in these hard economic times. Thank you to all of the amazing vendors who helped pull this evening together! Thank you to the wonderful and talented Kristen Alexander for these gorgeous images. See all of the details below....

We channeled Amy Atlas for the huge candy and sweets table.

Everyone loved the cupcakes from M Cupcakes. I absolutely adored the cupcake flags and stationery {coasters, drink stirrers, napkins} from Miss Pickles Press.

Dreamy Gelato pulled out all of the stops with amazing chocolates and sweet treats. Love the pin wheels on the brownies!

Christine of Perfect Petals did an amazing job on the florals- very fun and funky!

And how cute are these coasters with the Lemoncello specialty drink recipe and the stirrers that say "Sip & Repeat" !? A big thank Cover-Ups for their linens and Quest Drape for the pipe and drape.

And we even had some fun in the photobooth from ShutterBooth {Courtney + Heather and Me with Leslie Karrer from The Knot}


Brittany-FortheLoveofBrides said...

wow-that looks like a blast! as a new north metro wedding planner, I hope I get to go to stuff like that eventually!!

miss pickles said...

thanks for the great little write-up, ashley! great event and so glad to be a part of it. that photobooth was dangerous. i'd never leave the house if i had one.