Tin Can Alley
South Sound Manor

REAL EVENTS: The use of color by PJ Hummel & Co!

Blast of Color

IN TIN CAN ALLEY:

NACE OF TACOMA

TIN CAN ALLEY

SUBMITTED AND PHOTOGRAPHED BY

RACHELLE ERICKSON PHOTOGRAPHY

 

SOCIAL MEDIA RULES ALL, but how can businesses and creatives alike drive organic sales from scratch on Instagram? That’s the lesson NACE Tacoma Chapter took on for their meeting. Featuring Salty Seattle’s Linda Miller Nicholson who delivered tips and tricks on how she built her social media following over colorful pasta. Naturally the event was designed to be just as colorful as the speaker herself. Tin Can Alley Tacoma was transformed into a bazaar of color with PJ Hummel & Company’s whimsical eye and art direction. Vivid drapery, festive linens, unusual table choices with kantha quilted banquet seating, and a spicy Indian inspired menu delivered a memorable evening worthy of social media attention.

 

VENDOR CREDITS

VENUE

Tin Can Alley

 

DECOR/RENTALS/LIGHTING

PJ Hummel & Co

Alexander Party Rentals

 

EVENT PLANNERS + GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Angie Mingus Jacobsen & Rachelle Erickson Design & Photography

 

SPEAKER

Linda Miller Nicholson, Salty Seattle

 

CATERING

Georgio’s Catering Company

 

PHOTOGRAPHY + PHOTOBOOTH

Rachelle Erickson Design & Photography

 

CINEMAGRAPHS

1000 Words Event Entertainment

 

FLORIST

Enchanted Florist

 

MC + AV

Hard Castle AV

 

LINENS

Creative Coverings

 

BEER

7 Seas Brewing Company

 

DESSERTS

Street Treats

 

PRINTER

Sign Dog Media

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