In: Private Dinner Parties

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One of the best part watching the Academy Awards Sunday will be critiquing the celebrity outfits and the acceptance speeches. But this year make sure you receive the highest critique as the party host!

Really treat your friends to an award-worthy time at your Oscar party by adding these event planner tips:

imageimageCreate a “Red Carpet” arrival experience by laying a long red runner or red carpet leading to the entrance of your house. Rent a 25’ long one for fifty bucks at Alex Party Rentals http://alexparty.com/. Remember to tape it down for safety!

Add that paparazzi experience when your guests arrive by showering them with the flashes of picture-taking by your brother the novice photographer. Have him print out the best shot of each guest and give it to the guest before they leave as a keepsake of the memorable night.

Pour your guests the same champagne cocktail that the guest at the Governor’s Ball, the obligatory after affair at the Dolby theater in Hollywood , are drinking on Sunday night. Wolfgang Puck will be pouring 230-year-old French champagne house Piper-Heidsieck but you serve Frexinet Champagne  for 16.00/bottle. Garnished with a rose petal!

Have a soundtrack playing in the background of Oscar nominated songs when the show is not on.

Serve some of the simple dishes that renowned Los Angeles Caterer Wolfgang Puck is serving to the stars at the Governor’s Ball, like hhis signature favorites, such as smoked salmon Oscars, chicken pot pie with shaved black truffles, and mini American Wagyu burgers with aged cheddar.. Get the full menu here

Printout Ballots for your guests and have them vote and announce their winners when NBC does. Give a prize or a replica of the gold bald man statue, available at Aahs Gift stores, for the most wins. Here is a good ballet to download.

Enjoy your party and Hooray for Hollywood!

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Earlier this summer Teri Kinne Events catered a private dinner party in the home of Carole in the heights of Pacific Palisades. Private Chef Lisa Richman, “Gourmet Girl”, did her magic in the kitchen while the setting summer sun did its magic on the coastline painting an impressive view for the guests.

Platters of cheeses, dried fruit and hummus parlayed into the three course dinner of Summer Salad with Arugula Mellon and Goat Cheese, entrees of Grilled Wild Salmon and natural Filet Mignon with Grilled Herb Tossed Vegetables and Fennel Puree. Dessert was fresh berries and a Vanilla Bunt Cake baked by the host Carole!