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Design Duo Behind every flawless party is a great planner— or two. Rooted in friendship and a shared background in design, Cherry Blossom Events stemmed from Sarah Sarbacker and Andrea VandeBerg's desire to spend more time with their newly blossoming families. Now, four years later, their event planning company can coordinate Join Cherry Blossom the most minute details and execute the Events Thursday, July whole show for most any kind of event 25 6-7 p.m. at DreamBank or occasion, though weddings are on the Capitol Square. They'll their forte. Regardless of the celebrashare their passion for creating tion, Sarbacker and VandeBerg see memorable events, and tips for each event as a unique undertaking tight timelines and budgets. Free. in which they gather inspiration from each individual client Limited to 40 guests. RSVP at or couple, and then work as the creative force behind their occasion. stores/dreambank/192 H Guests First: Keep the fun seamless and always, advises Cherry Blossom Events, consider the guest list in planning a larger summertime shindig. For Christensen (enjoying a signature party beverage, opposite left) and Miller's event that means catering to party-going families with convenient finger foods and special kiddy drinks, a carefree football game, balloons, glow sticks and jars full of festively labeled sparklers at the ready around the property—and even an old-time popcorn machine. Mood Lighting: A pergola adorned with hanging candle-lit mason jars is a simple touch that adds major evening charm. While the bed of sand holding the candles in place makes for an eye-catching daytime display, Cherry Blossom Events crafted the glowing ceiling to also add drama and a warm glow at night. July 2013 47

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