In a New York state of mind, Phylliss Hasen threw her daughters Haley and Samantha an urban graffiti themed B’nei Mitzvah. The November 6, 2010 event was attended by 150 friends and family members and took place at the galleries of the King Plow Arts Center. Christina Zubowicz of Magnolia Events and Steve Bales of Bold American Event Design coordinated the details and crafted a New York style urban art zone in the midst of Atlanta. The space was covered with chain link fences and specially erected walls. Throughout the night, on-site graffiti artists were hard at work transforming those walls into their own works of art. DJ Philly from Vibe Entertainment Inc. created just the right high energy atmosphere the urban landscape required. When they took a break from the dance floor, guests visited a fun photobooth to have some souvenir shots taken, courtesy of Smilebooth, or scored some of their own artwork, via temporary tattoos from two airbrush tattoo artists. In keeping with the urban theme, Haley and Samantha’s guests left with new basketballs and sweats, while adult guests took home cookies from Flour Shoppe Milk. Photos by Lynn Crow Photography!
Photography: Lynn Crow Photography | Event Planner: Magnolia Events | Venue: King Plow Arts Center | Catering & Decor: Bold American Events | Music: Vibe Entertainment Inc. | Photobooth: Smilebooth | Favors: Flour Shoppe Milk