Invisible Touch would like to thank the Serra Catholic School for the opportunity to help celebrate their annual fundraising event held on May 4 at the St. Regis Resort in Monarch Beach. Serra Catholic School is dedicated to teach students to live in accordance with the spiritual, moral and ethical principles exemplified in the life of Christ. They educate their students to meet the spiritual, academic, and moral challenges of the future by providing opportunities to develop the Catholic values and critical thinking skills that will be the basis for future advantages in ethical decision-making, academic growth, and personal development. Serra realizes that at times it may be difficult for our current Serra parents to continue to provide a Catholic Education for their children. Tuition assistance makes this possible and that assistance is funded by events like this.
The St. Regis Resort in Monarch Beach was the perfect setting for this year’s silent auction. The St. Regis Monarch Beach, a Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five-Diamond awarded resort, located along the pristine shores of the Pacific Ocean in Dana Point, California. This resort features one of the “Top 25 Hotel Spas in the World”, as voted by Travel & Leisure Magazine. From an intimate private party in the Wine Cellar to a black-tie gala dinner in the Pacific Ballroom, The St. Regis Monarch Beach and its highly skilled catering staff provide the most ideal settings, amenities, conveniences and excellence to make your Orange County meetings memorable.
During the auction, entertainment was provided by Invisible Touch Emcee/DJ, William and techs, Brian and Paisha as well as vocalist, Andrea Miller and her Trio. Emcee, Williams was able to provide needed guest information with his announcements as well as play crowd favorites with the ample music library between sets by Miller and her Trio.
Thanks again to Serra Catholic School and everyone involved in this event! If you would like to see how the professionals at Invisible Touch can help make your next special event spectacular, please give us a call at 800-564-3472. Our award winning team has everything you need to add the wow factor to your next event.
Want to find out the secrets for hosting the best wedding reception? Join Invisible Touch for our Open House on Wednesday May 29, 2013 at 7PM. We welcome all engaged couples who want to know the tricks and tips for selecting a DJ, Lighting or Photo Booth for their upcoming wedding. All of our highly trained Emcees and DJs will be in attendance for you to meet and experience on the microphone.
You will also be able to meet some of the best vendors in Orange County including Fusion Linens, Flowers By Cina and OC Sugar Mama. This is a great place to get ideas for your wedding. We will serve food, drinks and lots of fun. All who attend will be eligible to receive special discounts on all of our packages.
Cocktails and food will be served starting at 7PM with the presentation beginning at 7:45PM To RSVP please fill out the contact form on our website: http://www.invisibletouchdj.com/contact-us or call our office at 949-450-9950. The registration deadline is Tuesday May 28, 2013 at 5PM.
Thank you, Courtney and Gary for the opportunity to serve as host to your beautiful wedding at the Artesia DES Hall on November 10, 2012. This community venue served as a terrific backdrop for their elegant cultural celebration.
Emcees Victor and Scott kept the party going with the couple’s musical selections and announcements of important milestone events throughout the evening. Professional Emcees can help you to create the perfect timeline for your wedding reception taking the pressure off the couple as well as their friends and family.
The Invisible Touch team also provided LED and Intelligent Lighting to help create the perfect mood for the celebration. A custom monogrammed GOBO and the star maze effect were also used to separate the dance floor area in a unique way.
Courtney and Gary had an awesome team of vendors to work with on their special day. Susie with Enchanted Décor Events created a beautiful backdrop for the couple. The entire day was coordinated by Melissa with Just Lovely Events. Having and experienced team of professionals makes such a difference.
Congratulations, Courtney and Gary! If you would like to see how the professionals at Invisible Touch can help make your next special event spectacular, please give us a call at 800-564-3472. Our award winning team has everything you need to add the wow factor to your next event.
Although the dust has yet to settle on Halloween pumpkins, retailers have already installed their holiday displays — and meeting planners are in full force with their holiday parties. With that in mind, let’s check out a few predictions for the top holiday party trends of 2012:
Holiday Party Activity: More than Dancing
When it comes to activities for this year’s party, 2012 says think outside the box. How about ice skating? Don’t have the budget to send your company skating to Rockefeller Plaza for this year’s holiday party? No problem, look for a venue that can accommodate an indoor rink. Replace dancing with skating for instant infusion of fun and team bonding.
If your space (and budget) are too tight for an ice skating rink, rent ping pong tables instead. Ping pong tables provide opportunity for cheering, team bonding and plenty of laughs.
Holiday Party Décor: Bringing Outdoors In
The secret to successful holiday party decor is changing people’s experiences through surprise and reinvention of usual suspect holiday décor. Hanging evergreens from the ceiling will achieve this. Elements such as fur, raw birch and organic teak stumps can also be infused creatively to update tired decorations. Ice inspired furniture such as ghost chairs and Lucite shadowbox bars will make your guests feel as though they have entered a cozy lodge in an enchanted winter’s forest.
Holiday Party Lighting: Mood Enhancers
Enhanced lighting can set the entire mood. Use dramatic lighting and play down the centerpieces to save a few bucks. Lighting allows you to change the mood from dinner to dancing and even highlight any corporate sponsors you need to thank. Lighting fixtures are sometimes becoming the actual décor. Lighting bars and furniture creates a lounge-y cocktail party atmosphere and sends a message that ‘we are here for fun.’
Holiday Party Playlist: Pop Meets Jazz
Your favorite songs of the 80s brilliantly turned into sultry Jazz by artists like Karen Souza or 48th St. Collective make an ideal holiday party soundtrack.
Another popular idea: Engineer your own flash mob. Talent will pose as wait staff and even serve water before they unexpectedly break out into the impromptu performance The guests will be more than surprised and your party is sure to be talked about for years to come.
Holiday Party Menu: Pies
We’ve all seen the trend toward cupcakes rather than cakes at weddings and parties over the last few years. Reportedly, in 2013 pie will be the new cupcake. Get ahead of the game and bring it to your guests this year during your holiday. Besides, pies are homey and familiar and already say holiday. Pies come in all flavors and sizes. Meat pies, savory pies, sweet pies, maxi and mini. The miniature size pies are a unique way for guests to enjoy a treat without over-eating at your utensil-free holiday party.
If you would like to see how the professionals at Invisible Touch can help make your next special event spectacular, please give us a call at 800-564-3472. Our award winning team has everything you need to add the wow factor to your next event.