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Photography:  Two & Quarter Photography

Desserts and Design:  Salty Lime Bermuda

Dresses & Jewelry:  Lusso Bermuda

This month we teamed up with Teresa Humphrey, owner of Salty Lime Café, to create a flamingo themed party for Serena's birthday.  In addition to operating her café at Masterworks Bermuda, Teresa also offers private food catering and event planning services.

When planning this party we spent a lot of time thinking about the right location and special details that would make it memorable.  What we did not anticipate was being faced with high winds, a beach full of seaweed and Portuguese Man O'War at our first location. We quickly moved to Plan B which was Admiralty House in Spanish Point and it worked out perfectly! 

We hope you enjoy reading our post and find lots of inspiration for your next soiree. A special thanks to Two & Quarter photography for the beautiful pictures and Lusso Bermuda for the gorgeous dresses

Enjoy xx

All the little details

As you scroll below notice all of the small details that help make this party beautiful.  We loved using our flamingo mini pinata and tropical leaves to decorate this message board.  Tip:  using a message board is  an easy way to personalize your party.   

Teresa has an amazing gift of creating elegant desserts!  Notice the all the charming details on the cupcakes and rice crispy treats below.

Whenever possible, I like to use my own furniture and decor for parties.  It's a great way of incorporating your own style and personality. Tip:  Most party planners rent unique furniture and decor if using your own isn't  an option.

Interested in booking Salty Lime for your party?  Teresa can be reached at 505-2326.


Niamah Cann

Owner and Buyer for La Petite Soiree


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