San Francisco's Best Holiday Parties of 2015!

We were so appreciative of all 84 events we produced talent for this December. It was a year for beautiful, classy, classic and creative holiday celebrations. Here are a few we'd like to share with you.  

Zynga takes to the Skies for their Holiday Surprise

We were elated to be brought on by CWT Events joining Alicia K Designs on Zynga's Winter Wonderland holiday party. The affair was filled with wonder and sounds of "ooo's and ahhh's" as the guests watched the aerialists defy gravity-  twirling and somersaulting high in the air hanging on nothing but a light piece of tissue.





OJ Shansby & Dr. Seth Matarasso's Holiday Luncheon at Bimbos

This year we had the joy and privilege of providing our very own Tim Hockenberry to perform at an unforgettable San Francisco affair- The Shansby + Matarasso Holiday Party at Bimbos. Paula Le Duc Fine Catering successfully achieved a whimsical winter wonderland luncheon, decked to the nine's in full Christmas cheer. Our Santa's helpers greeted guests and then danced to "All I Want for Christmas". Santa Claus and the dear old Grinch closed out the afternoon with photo's with the "who's who" of San Francisco in the lobby.

Gary Shansby, OJ Shansby, Seth Matarasso


Santa Grinch Elves


The Streets of San Francisco

This Streets of San Francisco themed holiday party, held at The Port of San Francisco Cruise Ship Terminal at Pier 27, was one of Melons Catering's most impressive productions to date. Designed to showcase San Francisco's distinct neighborhoods, the event featured decor, food and entertainment elements to fit diverse districts such as Fisherman's Wharf and Japantown.

Our fellow vendors were Impact, Blueprint, Standard Rentals, Orange Photography, and the below photos by Trish Tunney.

Origami-making station for the guests to make.


Our Geisha Girls moving throughout the crowd in the JapanTown area.


This silver robot man surprised guests by posing alongside San Francisco's favorite tourist destination, Fisherman's Wharf.





UncategorizedNatasha Miller