All Posts From May 2010

May Anniversary Well Wishes

Posted May 3, 2010 by Fantasea Yachts Team

Wishing a very Happy Anniversary to our May couples…

Rosanne and Jorge – May 2

Loty and David – May 10

Nina and Renee – May 15

Diane and Robert – May 17

Emily and Bryon – May 17

Paula and Jeff – May 22 ~ Happy 6th Anniversary!

Rebecca and William – May 23

Sargon and Jennifer  – May 30

Amy and Guy – May 31


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Dr. Seuss Strikes Again!

Posted May 3, 2010 by Fantasea Yachts Team

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You don’t have to be a celebrity to be recognized—even in Los Angeles. Just ask Toni Rivin who created a Dr. Seuss themed Bat Mitzvah for daughter Jessi, with a little help from the FantaSea Events Staff. She had the good sense not to serve green eggs and ham (although our chefs insist they could make it), instead choosing to fill the space with whimsical reminders of childhood favorites like Horton, Cat in the Hat and the Grinch. The clever décor caught the eye of, and they featured the creative shindig in an article last month. March 09

Which Way?

Which Way?

Coming up with a creative party theme can seem like a daunting task but if you don’t over think it and go with your gut, you’ll probably be pleasantly surprised at your own creative instincts. Start by thinking about the guest of honor and what is important to her and you are off to a good start. In this case, the Bat Mitzvah symbolized an important transition in a young girl’s life. While she was not shrugging off childhood completely, she was entering a new world of responsibility and the whimsical theme was a reminder of the carefree life she was leaving behind. Children and adults alike appreciated the humor and fun and the playful theme set just the right tone for the festivities. Once the theme was decided, the ideas flew—the decorations, from table tops to directional signs, celebrated Seuss and Jessi even called up honored friends and family with rhyme, weaving the theme through every aspect of the celebration. Even the escort cards and party favors were Seussified, ensuring each guest would remember the day for many years to come. The spirit of Seuss was so contagious that our original blog about the event was in rhyme and we wouldn’t be a bit surprised if the thank you notes sent to guests afterwards rhymed as well.


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