My Great Day

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I imagined about my sixteenth birthday. I wondered if I’d have a sweet sixteen or just go on vacation with friends. It wasn’t until April, 2011 that my mother decided to plan what would be an amazing sweet sixteen. Being that my mom is a creative party planner and florist she took on the task by herself, and I served as her little helper. I never realized how much goes into party planning until we started planning for my big event.
The first of many steps was to find a catering hall. Even picking the catering hall wasn’t an easy task. Considering that I have family and friends from many different towns I had to ensure that everyone would be able to make it, by not having to travel too far. There were a few places that my mother considered to be good, Jericho Terrace, Holiday Inn and Verdi’s. The final decision was Verdi’s. It had everything we wanted, beautiful lighting, chandeliers, a lot of space, great food choices and reasonable pricing. When I walked in the room the atmosphere gave me vibes that made me feel as if everything would to be flawless. With the most important step done, the next step was to get themes and invitations. There were days my mother and I went to different shops to get different ideas on what theme I’d enjoy the most. There was no limit to the amazing ideas we found. The debate whether I wanted a carnival or candy land theme carried on for about a week. I finalized my decision after I saw a picture-perfect centerpiece. The centerpiece consisted of 3 large lollipops made of Styrofoam and glitter, 3 smaller whirly pops, with different fuchsia colored feathers and a tall glass vase filled with different candy, wrapped with dots. I was so amazed to see the perfect centerpiece; my mom agreed that it was beautiful. From that day everything else was planned around the candy land theme. Now that the theme was agreed upon we moved on to matching invitations. My mom came up with the idea to make sparkly and colorful envelops. Inside

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