Last week I helped to plan a media dinner to promote the Winnipeg Green Lifestyle & Organic Living Show. I wish I had pictures, because it was really a great night, but I don't. The Show organizers held a Big Green Dinner at Kimch'i Cafe in the Exchange District. Dinner was prepared by the chefs from the Fairmont, Diversity Foods, Dandelion Eatery, and Kimch'i. I rarely eat at events (and never eat warm food), but at the Big Green Dinner I got to sit down and enjoy one of the best meals I've ever tasted. I was also fortunate to sit at the same table as Judy Wasylycia-Leis, who was really lovely and has some great ideas on how to run this city.
Over the weekend the Winnipeg Green Lifestyle Show took place at the Convention Centre. I set up my booth to look like a vintage garden-party, inspired by a stack of vintage ribbon that my husband found in our storage room. I met many engaged couples and people that were willing to pass on my card to couples that they knew, and also made some good connections for non-profit and corporate events. I was super impressed with the show and the turnout....Here's a few photos of my booth:
I used mason jars tied to sticks as a garden-y vase. All flowers were from Strawberry Lane at the St. Norbert Farmers' Market:
I love these round yellow flowers. Does anyone know what they are?
Mismatched china place settings:
My sister-in-law, Char, was a really good sport and pulled this driftwood out of the riverbank for me. It turned out to be exactly the look I was hoping for:
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