It’s funny how things go in this business as it seems that we work with other professionals in clusters. This May seemed to pair The Brulée team with our BVTLive! team, and it has been a great experience.
Just last week, Jellyroll had the honor to perform for a great couple, Jaime and Justin Spike, at The Please Touch Museum. We learned the couple’s first dance song, an old time favorite of mine, “Dancing In The Moonlight”, and Jaime and Justin nailed the dance! The party was so high energy and so much fun, that I pulled out my video camera and shot some great moments that you can see here. It was great working with Sara Wright, Orlando, and the rest of the Please Touch, and Brulée team!
Only a few days later, BVTLive!’s Tony Forliano Jazz Trio performed in The Carousel Room of The Please Touch Museum, as we supplied live entertainment at The Please Touch Museum’s 5th Birthday Party. BVTLive! entertainment consultant, Billy Handy called it, “one of the most special events I attended this year, as Brulée’s Marley Alig and Sarah made the evening perfect”. The evening began with Tony’s trio in the Carousel Room for a VIP reception, followed by a great program featuring Jill Biden. Philly’s own Matthew Schuler of The Voice, sang Happy Birthday, then hung out with Billy Handy and guests, enjoying Bruleé’s passed hors’deuvres, and the delicious food stations.
Next up, Jellyroll will be performing at Historic Philadelphia’s “Evening in Franklin Square”, and yes, Brulée Catering will be delivering on their reputation for culinary excellence. A special thank you goes out to Ed Knight from EventQuip & Stockton and Partners for helping create such an amazing event! Then, my Jellyroll team moves to the National Constitution Center for another, sure to be amazing wedding on Saturday, where Bruleé is the exclusive caterer. Let’s just call this the BVTLive! Jellyroll/ Bruleé traveling road show, and we couldn’t be more pleased to be part of the team!