Since we are swing dancers and Harlem is the birthplace of the Lindy-Hop, we have long been fascinated by the style and music of the Harlem Renaissance. It represents a time in history where African Americans began to freely express themselves through music, art, and literature. African Americans living and creating in Harlem during the 1920’s and 30’s evoked a style and elegance which we still cherish today. We knew that we had a lot of resources to represent this period in history well, so we set forth on the adventure and recruited some of the most talented and creative artist in the industry to fulfill our vision while staying true to the era.
VENUE: The beautiful venue is Comber Hall in Coral Gables. Access provided by A Joy Wallace Catering & Design
FLOWERS & DECOR: Landy’s, flowers by Gerardo provided the gorgeous floral arrangements, bouquets and candle details
EVENT RENTALS: Atlas Party Rentals provided Tables, linens, plates, chargers, goblets and chiavari chairs
VINTAGE LOUNGE FURNISHING: Unearthed Vintage Provided the authentic vintage furniture, rug, typewriter, and trunk that made our dream lounge a reality.
VINTAGE FINDINGS: Eclectica Miami Provided the vintage details like lamps, inkwells and photo album.
VINTAGE PHONOGRAPH: Spin Alley Store Provided the authentic 1923 Brunswick phonograph and records which set the mood for the lounge.
CAKE & DESSERT: Elegant Temptations Custom Cake Boutique The girls at ET Cakes are wonderful and super creative sugar artists.
STATIONARY+: Event & Stationary Designer: Trudy Armand Events
FASHION: Couture Bridal Miami
HAIR & MAKEUP: Mia Farrah Beautique Mia transformed our modern lady into a vintage beauty with her hair and makeup artistry.
20’s Style Headband & Lace Gauntlet (wrist cuff): Accent You by S.I. Lovingheart
MODELS: Isaac Cedeno and Nichole Reid