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10 Nov 2016

I promised 3 weeks ago in my Halloween Round Up that I would share all of our Halloween adventures with you. Last week I detailed Our Political Nightmare, the election themed event we created.  This week I bring you - Zombie Prom 2016.

political hell glam | sophie-world.com

A few years ago, we did what I thought would be our last big Halloween party. But as Al Pacino says in the Godfather, “Just when I thought I was out...they pull me back in.”  Seriously, this year's theme was just too good to pass up.  Given the mess that is this year’s Presidential Election one of our beloved clients suggested we honor it with its own themed Halloween party.  

BTS Halloween | sophie-world.com

Halloween is upon us.  Our first few events are behind us. Everyone is working their fingers to the bone, literally!  

As I mentioned in last week's blog, we’re creating two entirely new themes this year, Zombie Prom and Political Hell.  Both are large events for over 600 people.  That requires a ton of decor, a good deal of it created by my amazing design team Freda and Steve (and my Mom!)

Here’s a little peek at what they have been doing:

Party-Halloween 2014|sophie-world.com

Despite Halloween being over, I thought it might be fun to share some photos from our last big Halloween party, which was held on Halloween night. You may recall I blogged about these amazing, thematic Halloween parties which we have created throughout the years. After 7 years of amazing events my client and I decided this was to be our grand finale.

Together, we pulled out all of the stops to make this a Halloween to remember.

DIY Halloween Costume Shop|sophie-world.com

Every year I have the pleasure of working with LifeMoves in San Mateo County where we live.  LifeMoves provides housing and services for families in crisis or transition. Their mission is to keep families together, provide housing, and allow their clients to maintain a semblance of a “normal” life while they weather their individual challenges.  They provides safe shelter, nutritious food, counseling services, therapeutic childcare and afterschool activities as well as job and housing search assistance.

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