Here are some of our favorite images from the Community Environmental Council’s Green Gala 2011. Not only was the party fabulous and beautiful, but it was one of our most sustainable events with a diversion rate in the high 90′s for the 3rd year in a row! This is green event planning at its best!
All images below are by Erin Feinblatt Photography:
The Community Environmental Council is a truly exceptional organization. They do great work in our beautiful community of Santa Barbara, so please visit them at www.cecsb.org and learn more about their excellent work! Find out about their other events as well: Earth Day and Solar Sunday 2012. Also, check out their new video!
Gypsy tabletop decor with Full of Life Flatbread family style platters. The flatbread pizza is on its way!
The 2011 Green Gala
Adorable gypsy boys in front of the caravan.
Gypsy prince and princess strike a pose.
The Palm Reader's tent ready for the night of long lines of guests waiting to hear secrets of their past and future!
Beautiful gypsy girls at the Green Gala.
Dessert table with centerpiece of feathers, crystals and found objects.
Fortune teller tent
Gypsy girl in the caravan.
Gypsy tabletop decor. I love these fortune telling palms with designs by artist Maryvonne Laparliere.
A cozy spot for a cocktail! Custom pillows by Marc Normand Gelinas, interior designer extraordinaire!
The Green Gala at the Santa Barbara Armory. Total room transformation at its best!
The Merryl Brown Events ubiquitous pig! It just isn't a Green Gala without her!!
We are already hard at work dreaming up the 2012 Green Gala! Stay tuned, as it will be a knockout! Save the date – October 5th, 2012.
Working as an event planner for this event is truly one of the highlights of our work as a Santa Barbara event planning company!
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