I recently discovered this new venue in San Francisco located on the 3rd floor of the historic 1920's William Randolph Hearst former printing plant. It has a New York loft like feel to it with floor to ceiling windows, high ceilings, and gorgeous wood. An antique table, seating up to 30 people, proudly reflects the culture of the building. The surface of the table is made up of 2 doors that are over 300 years old and originate from a Chinese village. Clear globe lighting hangs above creating a fun, romantic ambiance. The space is urban, historic, and complete with antique posters and pieces. The design and decor make for a very unique and warm environment.
The building can hold up to 200 people for cocktail parties, weddings, wine tastings, fashion and film nights, seminars, speakers, conferences, social networking event, meetings, concerts, and the list goes on. The possibilities are endless! The owners of The Box SF have an extensive personal network and a fantastic track record in promoting and producing events around the country. They are incredibly easy and friendly to work with!
Saturday | 1-16-10 | 8pm - Midnight - Fundraiser for Jessica Ann Bucher
Monday | 1-18-10 | 6pm - 9pm - Active Networking
Wednesday | 1-20-10 | 7pm - 11pm - The Matt Eakle Band
Monday | 1-25-10 | 6pm - 9pm - Active Networking
Tuesday | 1-26-10 | 6:30 - 9pm - Eco Tuesday
For more info on upcoming events and renting the space go to The Box SF.
The San Francisco Wedding Fair was a tremendous success. I was really impressed with the overall design and our fellow exhibitors. Hartman Studios, the Four Seasons, Connie Kearns, and Karla Tibbets created several looks in the various rooms - each reflected possible wedding designs and the high caliber of this event. The main ballroom featured a modern lounge in the center of the room - a perfect place for the guests to relax. One of the adjacent rooms featured "Late Night Munchies" by the Four Seasons - I didn't have a chance to walk through here, but there was a consistent long line of hungry brides. The remaining room featured several unique table setups ranging in design from rustic elegance to modern classic. I was really happy with our table, which was complete with yellows, greens, and chocolate brown. We displayed our portfolio, a few collages of past weddings, magazines that we are currently featured in, and our raffle. Thank you to Bellissima Floral for the fabulous flower arrangements. The 3 lucky winners of the raffle will be notified on Wednesday!
We are very excited for the many great things to come this year, including our new website and our features in The Knot Magazine and Grace Ormonde Wedding Style. In addition, you will find us next Sunday, January 10th at the San Francisco Wedding Fair in the Four Seasons Hotel.
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So go make your new year's resolutions, a few wishes, and of course indulge in your favorites, as there is only one 2010!
Best wishes to you all,
One Fine Day