Last month over 1,100 people came together at Montgomery Park to celebrate Oregon passing the law to recognize same-sex marriage. Vendors from all over Portland donated tasty food, drinks and other services to make it an amazing party. Modern Event Solutions donated our DJ services and we had a massive dance party for hours. Special thanks to the good people at Food in Bloom and cheers to Phototainment for the pictures.
View all the photos HERE.
Our New Year’s Eve was a combo party celebrating BB’s 40th birthday as well as the new year. Treasury Ballroom was done up with a very Great Gatsby feel and there were gaming tables keeping everyone hard at play. Birthday festivities and toasting commenced at 11 pm and started the countdown to the ball drop. At midnight the party exploded into dancing for the rest of the night.
View the full photo album HERE!
Photo: Kayley Hoddick
Food: Food in Bloom
Coordination: BLC Events
Visuals & Video: All Pro DJs
Modern Event Solutions is proud to donate our services to the Oregon United for Marriage victory party on Saturday, May 31st. The victory party will celebrate the court ruling allowing same-sex marriage in the state of Oregon. There’s going to be food, drinks, great music and over 1,000 guests. RSVP HERE!
Here’s a quick pic from our gig this past weekend at the Sentinel Hotel (formerly Governor) for the French American International School’s annual fundraising gala. The Sentinel just completed a massive facelift and is a gorgeous venue for any private event. The FAIS is an immersion school that teaches children an international curriculum including multilingual immersion. Learn more about what the school has to offer at www.FAISPDX.org.
As a company that services a wide variety of events in many different places, we definitely get to see trends and changes firsthand. We can always tell what changes from season to season with Mitzvahs, weddings and most importantly, school functions. High school kids definitely have tastes that change the quickest and sometimes the most drastic. Social media and smartphones have connected people with a consistency that has taken some of the excitement out of actual gatherings.
Recently we’ve noticed a few articles published about declining attendance at school dances. The Business Insider article below is probably the most eye-opening one we’ve read. Years from now there will undoubtedly be an avalanche of studies published on how smartphone and social media addiction adversely affect social skills and relationships but schools cancelling dances because children would rather stay home and text is an obvious current problem. We service quite a few functions where parents designate the party to be a “cell phone free” zone. After all, you’ve got a professional photographer to take photos and all your friends are right there, right?