Photos by Bob Homer Photography
Thanks to everyone who came out to our Pink Party for the Cure at Public Lounge on September 19! Torrential rain didn’t stop us from raising lots of cash for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, and we enjoyed some delicious cocktails while doing so. Who could ask for more!?
Big, huge thanks to Jen and Bob of Bob Homer Photography for coming out and documenting the festivities. Those of you who attended the soiree can look for your smiling faces here. Remember, the cost of any shots you purchase will go directly to the CBCF. So, you know, why not get my mug plastered on a mug?
PS—those of you who love vintage fashion MUST check out local designer Messica Demolition, who made my gorgeous pink pin-up dress!
This is an open invitation to everyone in Vancouver!
Sunday, September 19 @ 7:00pm
Public Lounge Eatery
3289 Main Street @ 17th Avenue
Come out and drink Cocktails for a Cause!
- Public has generously agreed to donate a portion of the proceeds from all pink drinks sold to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
- Bob Homer Photography will be on hand shooting candid photos of the event, which they’ll make available for download on their website, with all proceeds going to the CBCF.
- We’ve got an army of little pink piggy banks waiting to accept donations of any size, and donation forms will be available for larger amounts.
Wear something pink—even just a splash—and come out for an evening of fun and fabulous fundraising!
Please RSVP to jenna AT revelevents DOT ca!
We at Revel Events are in the early stages of planning a fabulous pink party to raise money for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Through their Tie the Knot program, the CBCF makes it easy for couples to incorporate fundraising for breast cancer research into their wedding day, but you can have a pink party anytime! Canadian Living Magazine has some great ideas for planning a Cook for the Cure Cocktail Party at your home. In the meantime, we hope you’re “tickled pink” by our Pink Party for the Cure inspiration board!
Scrumptious cold strawberry soup, wild pink shrimp, and ahi tuna are deliciously pink. For those with a sweet tooth, have pink cupcakes on hand. Why not rent a vintage cotton candy machine, too? And what’s more fabulously pink than a Cosmopolitan (or pink lemonade for the kids!).
Hire a photo booth and stock it with pink boas, hats, wigs, and other props, and “charge” your guests a minimum donation for each set of photos. Place classic pink piggy banks around the venue for extra fundraising opportunities. These pink ribbon favours are plantable–your guests will have pink wildflowers popping up in their gardens for months to come, to remind them to continue to give generously to this and other important causes.
Stay tuned for more details about our fundraiser!