Saturday night I worked at my last event (waaaaaaaaaah!!!!). So many lasts these days, I can't handle it!
It was a Bar Mitzvah at the Skirball Cultural Center.
I've worked one other Bat Mitzvah here in September 2011, but the Skirball Cultural Center is so ginormous it was in a completely different place so it felt all new.
I came prepped with 40 layouts with a "blue/swimming" theme.
Here's where I scrapbooked and right next to me was a photobooth where guests got their pictures taken and then they handed me a copy of their photo strip and wrote a note to include with their picture which I then glued into the scrapbook for the guest of honor. At the end of the night he had an entire album filmed with memories!
Don't mind if I do!
Aside from scrapbooking there were video games aplenty.
A main area for dancing.
The Etch A Sketch Man!
And that candy sucker guy from last Saturday was there too, but I didn't get any pics. I should have because it's so impressive.
Before the party started I had time to walk around and take in my surroundings. The adults were outside while the kids horsed around inside.
And the inside: pretty dang awesome! It looked like we were under water in a giant shell - super appropriate for the swimming theme.
There was a second level which I walked up to and got some sweet views of the getup.
Sparkly pillows! Ooooh!
I had a blast
working playing! These things are always so much fun. Living the life of the upperclass for a few nights over the past 4 years has been one of my most favorite things about living in Los Angeles! Thanks Amy for the opportunities :)