At Pryor Events we adore planning Destination Weddings Finding a unique location where you and your guests can celebrate your wedding and relax together can make this once in a lifetime occasion even more memorable. Many of our clients prefer remote tropical resorts where relaxation is a must. Other couples prefer destinations where guests have more activities to choose from both before and after the main event. The location you choose should be very personal. Read more
Fantastic Food is imperative for a successful wedding or party. Wonderful food starts with fresh, high quality in-season ingredients. Make sure tray passed food can be easily eaten. Have vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. Let your coordinator know if you are aware of any food allergies.
It’s fun to serve comfort food with a new twist: Twice Baked Purple Potatoes, Fried Chicken Bites with Mashed Potatoes and Stuffing on a Stick, Lobster Corn Dogs, Butternut Squash Souffle, Individual Mushroom Lasagna, Burrata and Tomato on Spoons Drizzled with EVOO, Piping Hot Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese Wedges,
Guests love stations. A few of our favorites ~
~ Pot Pie Station
~ Meatball Station
~ Flatbread Station
~ Ravioli Station
~ New England Clam Bake
~ Paella with a chef adding ingredients on request.
Dream up an interesting specialty cocktail using seasonal fruit. At Pryor Events we like to bring in mixologists who create delicious, gorgeous concoctions using fresh fruits and vegetables.
And… everyone loves something sweet at the end of a meal. Have fun with dessert and make sure to include a few of your childhood favorites. Here are a few of our favorites:
~Ice Cream Sandwiches made to order
~ Petite Fresh Fruit Pies ~
~ Freshly Baked Cookies on Shot Glasses of Cold Milk
~ Piping Hot Mini Cinnamon and Sugar Donuts
~ Mini Waffles on a Stick Dipped in Hot Maple Syrup
~ One Bite Ice Cream Sundaes
~ Just Picked Fruit with Dipping Sauces
~ Mini Cones of Gelato and Ice Cream
Have fun with choosing your menu, make sure to try everything in advance and don’t forget to eat on your big day. Bon Appetit!
Whether you choose a tent for protection from rain and cold or you simply love the look – a tent can add a gorgeous element to your celebration. Remember that draping, lighting and flooring will dramatically change the look of your tent. There are many options in assorted colors, shapes and sizes. Just because your tent is covered, do not overlook cooling and heating. If your party or wedding is going to be held in a pretty location, consider a clear tent. We recommend setting up your tent a day or two before your party. At Pryor Events we love planning weddings and events in tents!
Have you ever wished you could create a gorgeous, professional looking floral arrangement?
Now you can! Fleurish is opening on San Vicente Boulevard in Brentwood this weekend
We love the new concept of Fleurish created by super talented Amy Marella of Hidden Garden.
You simply choose one of the nine kits and then the fun begins.
This is an example of one of the nine arrangements you will be able to create. You are given lovely fresh seasonal flowers, a great vessel, special tools, a step by step guide and a custom box to transport your creation in.
Here is another beauty that you can actually put together yourself.
If you prefer to buy a pre-made arrangement you may do that as well. Fleurish will also be available for private parties and they will have floral designing classes.
Welcome to the neighborhood Fleurish. Pryor Events are big fans already.
Simple and Delicious
Here at Pryor Events exceptional food is very important. Therefore we leave the cooking to the finest caterers and chefs around the country. Ina Garten aka The Barefoot Contessa certainly falls into that category. Below is a simple recipe from Ina that is as delicious as it looks. Enjoy!
Tomato Crostini with Whipped Feta
6 ounces good feta, crumbled
2 ounces cream cheese, at room temperature
2/3 cup good olive oil, divided
2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons minced shallots (2 shallots)
2 teaspoons minced garlic (2 cloves)
2 tablespoons good red wine vinegar
2 pounds ripe heirloom or cherry tomatoes, 1/2-inch-diced
3 tablespoons julienned fresh basil leaves, plus extra for serving
20 to 25 (1/2-inch-thick) diagonal baguette slices, toasted
2 tablespoons toasted pine nuts
For the whipped feta, place the feta and cream cheese in the bowl of a food processor fitted with the steel blade. Pulse until the cheeses are mixed. Add 1/3 cup of the olive oil, the lemon juice, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1/4 teaspoon pepper and process until smooth.
For the tomatoes, up to an hour before you’re serving, combine the shallots, garlic, and vinegar in a medium bowl. Set aside for 5 minutes. Whisk in the remaining 1/3 cup olive oil, 1 teaspoon salt, and 1/2 teaspoon pepper. Add the tomatoes, stir gently, and set aside for 10 minutes. Stir in the basil and taste for seasonings.
To assemble the crostini, spread each slice of bread with a generous amount of whipped feta. With a slotted spoon, place the tomatoes on top. Put the crostini on plates and scatter with the pine nuts. Sprinkle with extra basil and serve.
I hope you have wonderful memories of summers spent doing what you love most. I cannot imagine summer without the beach.
My best memories are of long summer days spent going in and out of the ocean. The biggest decision I had to make was which flavor popsicle to choose from the ice cream man who sold them from a big white box on his back.When I was young days involved building drippy sand castles in the wet sand close to the water – years later I was building them with my daughter who also adored the beach. I will always feel just a little happier by the beach – whether it is close to home in Santa Monica, by the Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast or while on vacation on Kauai or another seaside location. Each beach has its own flavor and I have never met one I didn’t like. We love summer at Pryor Events.
There are no rules when it comes to choosing flowers. Mix different textures and combine the colors you love.
We recently spent a delightful afternoon on a delicious and informative tour of the Original Farmers Market.
Mini tacos from Loteria Grill- muy delicious
We sampled Brazilian meat, homemade ice cream, old fashioned donuts, delectable toffee, artisan cheese, authentic tacos and peanut butter that was so fresh it was still warm from the grinder.
Our tour guide Renee was wonderful – knowledgeable and professional yet still very warm and friendly.
We learned that 23 cultures are represented at the farmers market.
It is such a popular meeting and dining location in L A that spaces rarely become available and there is no waiting list. Often vendors in the market hear about vacancies first so a few vendors operate several locations within the market.
Pryor Events are fans of Melting Pot Food Tours.
We are looking forward to going on another tour soon. They also offer tours in East L. A. and Old Town Pasadena as well as private tours.
Cote offers a fun new approach to keeping your nails and toes looking great for summer. The wonderful bright and airy environment feels more like a beach cottage than a nail salon. All of the 109 shades of nail polish at Cote are completely natural. The polish is never tested on animals and is free of the toxins in most brands. That rare combination of gorgeous and good for you.
The colors are rich and unique. Their polish goes on with a shine and lasts longer than most other brands on the market. Even the bottles are unique – made from Italian glass. Cote offers manicures and pedicures and irresistible hot stone foot massages. They offer petit services for those with smaller hands and feet – children under twelve.
Cote also sells wonderful products such as candles, scrubs, lotion and tote bags. Great gifts to stock up on or keep for yourself. Welcome to the neighborhood Cote!
Pryor Events are definitely fans of Cote.