Friday, April 29, 2011
To watch or not to watch--some people are just not into the "royal wedding euphoria." I am not an avid follower either, but I couldn't help but get curious. I wanted to know and see the gown which Kate would wear and how the program would flow. Things like this don't happen everyday, so.
Monday, April 25, 2011
A party may have a theme and you see this theme in the way the venue is decorated, the attires of the guests, and in the numbers. However, speeches are always generic. Whether it's a themed debut or not,the most important keyword is DEBUT. Speeches will only revolve around that keyword which is DEBUT. Themes like cowboy, Las Vegas, Luau, Chinese, Hollywood or what have you are only limited to the LOOK of the place. Speeches are generic and should apply to all sorts of debut no matter what the theme.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Please---whenever you plan out a debut bash for someone, do your research. There are a lot of useful information online. Do not just do it your own way to avoid turning the party into a variety show of some sort or a concert sort of. A debut is not an occasion for the debutante to have a concert! It is neither an occasion for the planner or choreographer or whoever to fulfill his or her own dream musical extravaganza. If it's just a series of dances and that's all, then it loses the real essence of a debut party. A debut must carry the characteristics of a real debut celebration--cotillion, debutante's speech, parents' speeches, 18 roses, 18 candles, 18 treasures, the works. Do your research please.