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Office Assistant

We’re looking for an organized individual to work closely with our team to ensure everything runs smoothly. The Office Assistant will coordinate office activities and operations while providing clerical and administrative support to management.

Beyond greeting visitors, receiving packages, and answering phone calls + emails, you’ll also have the opportunity to help shape how the day-to-day activities are handled in the office.

Job Description

  • Perform general administrative tasks, including answering and directing phone calls, email correspondence, filing, meeting minutes, mailings + deliveries, and coordinating meeting spaces
  • Handle minor financial transactions for the office, such as collecting payments + deposits, issuing receipts, and purchasing needed supplies
  • Oversee maintenance and janitorial schedules for multiple facilities
  • Receive, verify, and distribute packages for the retail division
  • Track and replace office supplies as necessary to avoid interruptions
  • Main office spaces by keeping them clean, stocked, and organized from the kitchenette, conference rooms, storage/closet, and communal areas
  • Provide ad-hoc support to office and other team members as needed
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Required Skills/Abilities

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skilss
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and work well under limited supervision
  • Ability to function well in a high-paced and at times stressful environmen
  •  Basic understanding of how to operate standard business equipment
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software

Click here to apply!

We’re Hiring!

Are you a highly motivated individual looking for part-time, full-time, or a seasonal position? Well you’ve come to the right post 😉

We’re looking for event helpers, truck loaders & drivers! 

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Assist in loading and unloading, delivery and retrieval of event rental equipment such as tables, chairs, furniture, bars, etc.
    • Work closely with onsite vendors to ensure the event is set as intended
    • Follow all safety guidelines in the warehouse, company vehicles, and on-site at various locations
    • Adhere to all company policies & procedures in written or verbal form.
    • Communicate effectively with company employees and clients while maintaining our high standards of professionalism and respect

Minimum job requirements:

    • High school diploma or equivalent is required
    • Great customer service skills
    • Must be able to quickly adjust to last minute changes and work in a fast-paced environment
    • Ability to self-direct and work independently
    • Must be able to work in heat, non-air-conditioned environments.
    • Must be able to lift up to 50lbs
    • Must have adequate strength and physical ability to use arms, legs, and entire body to climb, lift, and work from the various positions that may be required for operation, set up, tear down and maintenance of equipment
    • Must be available to work flexible schedules to include weekday, weekends, and evenings.
    • Part-time and full-time positions available

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We're hiring!

We’re looking for a couple of event assistants to work closely with our Brand Managers to execute events. It’s a part-time entry level position that requires weekend availability!  Interested? Click <here> to apply! 

Job Description


  • Entry-level position
  • Flawless execution of booked events for both internal and external clients
  • Working closely with our vendor partners to get stuff done
  • Working closely with our planning partners to tie up loose ends 
  • Assist fellow team members by going above and beyond to get tasks accomplished
  • Creating event blueprints 
  • Participating in weekly team meetings to review catering and event details
  • Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein
  • Manage events at Cypress Grove (located in Orlando) and Luxmore Grande Estate (located in Winter Springs)



Don’t worry, we’ll train you on the systems and specifics but we would love for you to have: 

  • Fun and welcoming personality
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal + written. Proper usage of emoji’s is a plus
  • Computer skills and basic knowledge of Adobe, Microsoft, and Social Media Platforms
  • Evening + weekend availability – fun fact: most events occur evenings or on weekends
  • Stellar customer service skills
  • Must be willing to work in a team environment – introverts, this applies to you too!

 Interested? Click <here> to apply! 

The Women Behind the Brand | Maddie

I’m Maddie, the {not so} new kid on the block! I might have a baby face, but I sure know how to run the show! If you’ve seen me at one of our venues, I’m probably running around eager to find someone to help {I love to lend a helping hand}. I started with RW Events as an intern last year, and but even COVID could keep me away 😉 I’m back and finally getting the hang of this brand manager thing.

Making people feel taken care of it my favorite thing in the world {hello fellow enneagram two’s}! I’m your go-to-girl if you need support of an extra set of hands. I also like to keep busy and have a “no task is too small” mentality. Learning to balance event management, sales, design, and networking in this role has really pushed me out of my comfort zone and I could not be more grateful for that!

In the office, I’m known as the introverted and accepting Gen Z who wears too much black and never down food. In my free time, you’ll most likely find me at a UCF sporting event, theme park, or snuggled up with my fur baby, Sophie, and reading a book. I nerd out over Harry Potter but recently have been super into philosophy {so interesting, I know}. It’s safe to say I’m equal parts old soul and a child at heart, so I get along with just about everyone!

My goal this year is to put myself out there more and find my people in the industry. If we haven’t had a chance to really chat, shoot me a message and let’s change that! My calendar always has room for coffee or cocktail 🙂

The Women Behind the Brand | Kimberly

Hey, there! I’m Kim – some people call me a unicorn because they hear about/from me, but never actually see me in person 😉 I’ve worked for RW Events for 10+ years, and about five years ago I relocated to Arkansas. I was so blessed to be able to keep my position with the company and work from home, so that’s why I’m not around too often. Why Arkansas, you ask? The Florida heat and humidity are not my friends, I love the cold but not snowstorms, and the seasons here are AMAZING! Color-changing leaves, wildflowers in the Spring, lake days in the summer {I’m not a beach person – no sand or sharks for me!}, and cozy fireplaces in the winter – yes, please!

Working for a small company for such a long time has really given me the chance to learn the ins and outs of the business; I’ve got my hands in all the pots at this point – marketing, client accounts, vendor relations, human resources… you name it, I’ve probably done it!

Being a unicorn is great {I’m pretty introverted so I love having a solitary work space}, but there’s one downfall – if you haven’t been following the RW brand for quite some time, you probably don’t know me! That’s my goal this year, to make myself more visible. Starting with, you guessed it, Instagram! Be sure to follow me at @rwevents_kimberly – I’ll do my best to update bi-weekly for now 😉

The Women Behind the Brand | Amaris

Hey, y’all!

I’m Amaris, one of the RW OG’s {old gals}! I’ve been here for a good little minute and know just about anything you need to know from venues to rentals. You can typically find me hiding in the office behind my computer and if you’ve ever called the office, we’ve definitely chatted {I’m pretty quick on the draw with the phones}. If you catch me at a networker, I’m the little butterfly working my way around the room.

In the office, I’m known for keeping things organized and bossing the girls around, maybe even the bosses from time to time. I mean, I am the office manager! Otherwise, you’ll find me snacking on something salty and sweet; it’s my brain food and keeps me on my toes!

When I’m not in the office, I spend my time engulfed with my little sour patch kid, aka – my two year old son. Who knew mom life would be harder than being an office manager!? Whew! My sweet escape is typically brunchin’ with my besties and enjoying mimosas or shopping cute little boutiques.

This year, I’m looking forward to achieving new goals with our team and dreaming up fresh ideas to build our brand!

Styled Shoots 101

Styled Shoots 101

We consider ourselves old pros at styled shoots, so it makes sense that we share some of our lessons learned and tips for success with our fellow creatives. An on brand styled shoot can win you clients and connect you to likeminded vendors, while a poorly executed shoot may alienate clients and vendors alike. We’re not ashamed to admit that we’ve taken in part in both! There are certainly styled shoots we’ve done in years past that we hope never see the light of day again. Here are our tips for creating a styled shoot that you’ll be proud of! 

The Theme

Choose a theme that’s reflective of your brand and appeals to your ideal client. Don’t get so caught up trying to be unique that you choose a theme that doesn’t truly match your style or that’s too difficult for you to execute. Start with one piece of inspiration and grow from there. Whether it’s a color, a flower, or a cool piece of furniture, trust your gut (not Pinterest!) and put together a cohesive idea.

The Team

A successful styled shoot is the sum of the vendors involved. When you’re selecting your vendor team, consider what the vendors will get out of participating in the shoot. For example, invite a florist who you know wants to try out a new arch that matches your shoot, or reach out to a bridal store you know is launching a new line. When you reach out to vendors for their work in particular, they’re more likely to consider accepting the invitation because they’ll know you’re not just inviting everyone in a vendor category and hoping someone says yes.

Acknowledge that different types of vendors have different costs, so cultivate your ask accordingly. If you’re asking a florist to deck out a staircase for a styled shoot, you should offer to cover at least a portion of the cost. If you’re asking a venue to use their location, consider setting up in one room and be sure to clean up after yourself. The way your treat your vendor team at a styled shoot will determine if they’ll want to work with you again.

The Day

Make shoot days fun by being organized, thoughtful and on time. Send all the vendors involved a timeline and floorplan so they have a clear expectation of the day. Provide water and/or snacks. Thank you notes and sweet treats go a long way too! Stick to your timeline and be respectful of everyone’s day.

Is there more that goes into planning the perfect styled shoot? Of course, but these are the most important things to remember: choose a theme you genuinely love, be intentional with your vendor list and acknowledge their contribution, keep shoot day organized and on time. You do all that and we promise you and your vendor team will be delighted!

Shout out to: Alex Gotawala Photography, The Chaos Coordinator, + In Bloom Florist for creating this whimsical shoot at Cypress Grove Estate House. 


Behind the scenes

We spend so much time planning + prepping for our annual tablescape shoot. Typically, the team would design all of the tables (in-house) and work exclusively with one floral designer. COVID changed so much for us (in a good way), it allowed us to connect with so many professional willing to lend their talent. Here’s a snippet of the 2nd day of designing some gorgeous tablescapes. 

Shout out to Patrick with- Luxe Filmography for spending a few hours with us to capture these moment! 

Join us for a Holiday Centerpiece Workshop!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year ♪♫🎄

Come celebrate the season with us and create a holiday centerpiece! The workshop will be led by our bestie, Flowers by Lesley, at Luxmore. She’ll teach you all the tricks to making the perfect centerpiece for your holiday celebrations! Tickets are on sale now through December 18th, and limited space is available.

Oh, and don’t forget to wear your most festive holiday attire. The winner will receive a gift bundle from Miscellaneous Market!

A Day of Thanks

One of my absolute favorite holidays is Thanksgiving! That’s mainly due to the endless carbs and yummy desserts. It’s also a time to reflect on traditions, family time, good food, and gratitude. 

In the Cowart household, Thanksgiving has always been about comfort food, laugher, board games, a little retail therapy, and lots of hugs! It’s a comforting time for us knowing that we have so much to be thankful for. Afterall, we have each other 😊 Naturally, the Thanksgiving menu was a hot topic in our office the last couple of weeks. From favorite dishes, celebrity chefs and traditions. 

We learned that Dede + Alexis loves to eat (if someone else is cooking) and the rest of us has a fondness for comfort food. What’s on the menu for the Cowart family tomorrow: Smoked turkey, ham, dressing, maple glazed yams, mac-n-cheese, mashed potatoes, collard greens, green bean casserole, brussels sprouts, and desserts from our friends at Bakers Cottage Cakes. I’m not sure about you but the dinner time changes every year at our house and it’s always based on when the mac-n-cheese comes out the oven 😉

Although I love cookbooks for inspiration, I’ve never been one to stick to a certain recipe and often merge ingredients from a couple of options to mix things up a bit! The only recipe I don’t experience with is the brine for the turkey – I’ve perfected it over the years. Most of my cooking inspiration comes from Barefoot Contessa, Pioneer Woman, and Chrissy Teigen – It’s the perfect blend of sophisticated comfort foods with a little twist. 

While we’re on the topic of “comfort” foods, one tradition we hope to carry on for years to come is the after dinner naps! That Turkey coma is something serious and always leads to us piling up on the sofa (with ‘bad’ holiday movies in the background) to take a quick one-hour nap before we pull out the sweet potato pies.  

Check out some of the Thanksgiving traditions and favorite recipes from the team.

Love, Tamuel + The Cowart Family


What is your favorite thanksgiving dish and why – Creamy mac & cheese. I know, I know… so basic. But it’s delicious and reminds me of my cousin and I eating too much when we were kids 😜

Is there a Thanksgiving tradition you hope to carry on for years to come – Watching the Macy’s Parade while putting up the Christmas tree Thanksgiving morning.

What are you most thankful for in 2020 – Oh, gosh, where to start!? So many things, but the one that comes to mind first is my friend group. Living away from family can be hard, and they invited me to quarantine with them for three weeks this past spring. It was such a blessing to not be stuck at home alone for almost a month!

Celebrity chefs you channel when cooking – I actually don’t follow any. I just make it up as I go!

Any favorite recipes you care to share – Cherry cobbler: boxed vanilla cake mix combined with 1.5 sticks of melted butter. Crumble on top of cherry pie filling and bake ’til bubbly. Top with vanilla ice cream.


What is your favorite Thanksgiving dish and why –Dressing hands down! It’s the most complicated to make so we only have it around the holidays. 

Is there a Thanksgiving tradition you hope to carry on for years to come – Every year the week before Thanksgiving I help my mom and other coaches’ wives cook a huge meal for my dad’s basketball team. Typically, they travel out of state for a Thanksgiving tournament and don’t get to go home, so I love seeing everyone come together as a family and try new things.  

What are you most thankful for in 2020 – My health and extra time at home with my dog Sophie!

Celebrity chefs you channel when cooking – Does Chrissy Teigan count? That’s as far as my “celebrity chef” knowledge goes.  

Any favorite recipes you care to share – Dressing (family recipe from my Great Grandmother Niblett)


  • 1 whole chicken, deboned
  • 10 eggs, 4 boiled and chopped and 6 raw
  • Bell pepper
  • Mushrooms
  • Sweet onion
  • Celery
  • 2 sticks butter
  • 1 can Cream of Mushroom soup
  • 1 can Cream of Chicken soup
  • 1 pan of cornbread, crumbled
  • 6 slices of bread, toasted and cubed
  • Chicken Broth…up to 32 oz container
  • salt/pepper can add sage/thyme (I don’t)


  • Sauté sliced celery, mushrooms, onion, and bell pepper in 1 stick of butter.  Add to bowl when they are soft.  
  • Debone whole chicken in a big bowl.  
  • Boil 4 eggs, chop, and add to bowl.
  • Make cornbread and crumble in bowl.  
  • Toast bread and pull apart…add to bowl
  • Add both cans of soup to bowl.
  • Melt one stick of butter and add to bowl.  
  • Add chicken broth to make a little soupy.  
  • Add spices (salt/pepper/etc.)
  • Pour into greased baking dish.  Bake at 350 for 90 minutes or until set.  



What is your favorite thanksgiving dish and why – My favorite thanksgiving dish is my Mom’s cornbread dressing. It was always the highlight of our time in the kitchen together. I’d bake the cornbread the night before and wake up bright and early on Thanksgiving day to help her prepare all the fixings. Cutting up onions and laughing through onion induced tears. The best part was being the taste tester right before it went into the oven. It’s my fondest Thanksgiving memory. Though she never shared the recipe, it’s etched in my heart and made with love every single year for our family and by request for her closest friends.

Is there a Thanksgiving tradition you hope to carry on for years to come – I’m not sure setting a menu with the family is a tradition, but, every year me and my siblings create the Thanksgiving menu together on what each person will make. We always joke that it’ll take 3 days before we get my youngest brothers dishes because he is always late (fashionably, of course). We’ve learned to not give him the important things. Dessert only!  Even when we’ve all moved to new places, It’s my hope that we’ll always come together as a family on Thanksgiving day with our children.

What are you most thankful for in 2020 – Whew! 2020 was a hell of a year!!! But I am so thankful for the time it’s given to really put things into prospective. It’s taught me that time is priceless and to cherish every single moment like it’s the last. To be present in all things and to value your friends and family. Oh, and to never take things for granted. Who knew toilet paper would be so scarce?! Ha!

Celebrity chefs you channel when cooking – Does my Grandma count as a celebrity chef?! 

Any favorite recipes you care to share – I’m the worst at sticking to recipes. Most of my favorite dishes are a hodgepodge of different recipes I’ve tried, tweaked and added my own flair to. Added more butter, a dash more of this or that. How do you measure wrist shakes of certain seasonings?! Three shakes of this, a pinch and a half of that… ok ok fine, here’s the one recipe I can kind of share with measurements 

My Peach Cobbler Recipe – Best served over two or three large scoops of vanilla bean ice cream. Tillamook Vanilla Bean is my fav



  • 1 cup of milk
  • 1 cup of Sugar
  • 1 cup of flour
  • 1 teaspoon of baking powder
  • 2 16oz cans of sliced peaches in syrup or fresh peaches peeled, pitted and sliced
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • Pumpkin pie spice
  • ½ teaspoon of Cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • Melt ½ stick of butter in a 13×9 glass pan
  • In a separate bowl, combine your batter ingredients (should be the consistency of pancake batter)
  • Pour your peaches into a large pot with the juice of one can.
  • Add your sugar and spices to taste
  • Bring to a boil, stirring constantly
  • Pour your batter over the melted butter
  • Spoon your peaches on top of the batter (DO NOT MIX)
  • Pour juice over the peaches ( not all of it or you’ll have a true mess in our oven)
  • Place in your oven at 355 degrees for 45-50 minutes or until crust is golden brown


What is your favorite thanksgiving dish and why – Macaroni and cheese! I only make it on the holidays and it’s the perfect main or side dish. 

Is there a Thanksgiving tradition you hope to carry on for years to come – Nope

What are you most thankful for in 2020 – My family and friends! Being forced to slow down in 2020 strengthened my relationships and reinforced who’s important in my life. 

Celebrity chefs you channel when cooking – I channel Chrissy Teigen. Like her I’m not a real chef but I can whip up a tasty meal! 

Any favorite recipes you care to share – Million Dollar Chicken. This always comes out perfectly roasted and the creme fraiche sauce is incredible! https://carnaldish.com/recipes/million-dollar-chicken/


What is your favorite thanksgiving dish and why – Leftover Turkey sandwiches with pickles and cranberry on rye bread..mmm mmm good! WHY? The food always tastes better the day after. 

Is there a Thanksgiving tradition you hope to carry on for years to come –Thanksgiving Family Football game! 

What are you most thankful for in 2020 – How much we have learned and leaned on one another. I think 2020 brought out self-awareness of our own mental health and encouraged us to check in on those surrounding us. 🙂

Celebrity chefs you channel when cooking – Shopaholics, always buying way too much food. The Grocery store is my happy place!

Any favorite recipes you care to share – Store bought cranberries is my jam, just open up the can and pour it in the bowl, clearly I’m not a cook. 😉

In conclusion, we hope all of you have the very best time celebrating (virtually) with family and friends 🙂 

Happy Thanksgiving!

Picnic in the Park

We love a good picnic in the park. But when that picnic happens at Cypress Grove and includes a basket from Miscellaneous Market + food from Big City Catering, it becomes a GREAT picnic!

As summer came to an end, we hosted a contest and the lucky winners received a picnic in the park! The winners, Jay and Kelsie, were treated to a picnic lunch, dessert from Bakers Cottage Cakes, and a photo shoot!

Photos: Dani Nichol Photography

Want to host your perfect picnic in the park? Here are our tips! 

Make It Tasty and Cute

Include items that are best served cold, easy to eat with your hands, and Instagram worthy. Jay and Kelsie enjoyed charcuterie, fresh berry salad, sundried tomato and feta turnovers, and a seasonal fruit salad.

All the Pillows, All the Style

An uncomfortable set up guarantees your picnic won’t last for long. Keep it cute and comfy with a rug and lots of throw pillows for lounging. We chose this fun blue and yellow palette and by some magic, we perfectly matched the cake provided by Bakers Cottage!

This spread by Big City Catering looks so yummy!

In Good Company

Quarantine has taught us that ANYTHING can be fun with the right company. Whether you’re planning a romantic picnic for two or something for your squad, make sure your invitees are down to kick off their shoes and relax!

Don't Sweat It

We get it: picnics are meant to be outside, but we don’t like to sweat. If the temperature isn’t to your liking, bring your picnic indoors. Yes, fresh air is nice, but sometimes A/C is better.

We loved putting this contest together and have a feeling we may be planning a fall date night at Luxmore soon!

Wedding Tablescapes for Days

Not to brag, but we know how to design stunning wedding tablescapes. Styling is our jam, and as we prepped for fall wedding season, we decided to invite others to join us in a two-day style session! Wedding planners, photographers, florists, bakers, and calligraphers all brought their A-game and styled the day away with us! We showcased some of our favorite tables, chairs, and chargers, along with table settings from Treasury Rentals.

It was the perfect way to ease ourselves back into busy season and to see some new + familiar faces. We’re so grateful to all the vendors who joined us and we cannot resist sharing a few sneak peeks from the day with you!

Fern and Curl Designs styled blooms for two wedding tablescapes in front of the bay window. Her first design is perfect for fall and features resin floral favors by Rejoice and Blossom Art. On day two she partnered with Melanie Paige Events for a bright, organic look paired with our brand-new luxe chairs!

If anything, these two days showed us just how important flowers and greenery are for styling a beautiful tablescape! We’ve got to give a huge thank you to all of the vendors who joined us and we can’t wait to reveal more photos soon! We’ve been if we’ll do this again… The answer is yes, but give us a few months to recover, and buy new inventory 😉

Central Florida Vendor Connections | RW Coffee Shoppe

Central Florida Vendor Connections | The RW Events team meeting with new faces in the Central Florida wedding industry

We love connecting!

I’m not sure about you, but we love making authentic connections. We’re always looking for ways to stay connected to this amazing Central Florida wedding community. A couple of years ago we started an intimate networking series that we were too busy to keep up with. However, COVID has given us some time to reflect on the little things we’d like to accomplish… staying connected with our vendor partners and creating new Central Florida vendor connections was at the top of the list. 

Central Florida vendor connections | Akili, our brand manager, popped some champagne to share with our new vendor pals.
Central Florida Vendor Connections | Our office manager. Amaris, chatting with vendors in the Central Florida wedding industry.

We’re happy to say we’ve reworked and reintroduced The RW Coffee Shoppe. The entire goal of the networker is to authentically connect! To connect without judgments, rekindle old friendships, chat about business ideas, and spill the tea on what we’ve been up to. All while having a good time over mimosas, coffee, tea, and treats!

Sidebar: we’ve been practicing, and the coffee is pretty darn good now. For those of you that attended the inaugural Coffee Shoppe – thanks for being our guinea pigs, lol!

Our Gwen bookshelf, featuring champagne flutes and water goblets, assorted beverages, and "thank you" gifts for our new vendor pals.
Assorted pastries and fruit served at the RW Coffee Shoppe.
Central Florida Vendor Connections | The RW Events team meeting with new faces in the Central Florida wedding industry

If you’re open to a laid-back networking environment + looking to build stronger Central Florida vendor connections, we’d love for you to join us! The events are intimate, so be sure to reserve your spot soon! Click here to RSVP

Shout out to our girl, Ashley Jane Photography, for the pics! 

RW Events | We Love Our Clients!

This time last month, the RW Events team was in final prep mode for our first client appreciation event! The event took place just before school started as a last summer hoorah, and to thank our clients for trusting us with their events. Confirming vendors, sending out reminders, and finalizing all the little details was a major fête and our team pulled everything together flawlessly!

Custom balloon arches adorned the gazebo and front of the Estate House for the RW Events client appreciation event.

Our pals, Evelyn and Kerline (of Joie de Vie Events), helped Amaris man the welcome desk while Alecia and Megan got in on the fun 😉

We have the best vendor pals! Thanks so everyone that volunteered and sponsored!

From photo booths to caricature artists and specialty performers, we had a little something for everyone! Past and current clients also enjoyed carnival games + rides, tasty treats, and amazing giveaways from Miscellaneous Market and some of our vendor pals.

Custom photo backdrops, a caricature artist, and Jenga were just a few of the activities clients got to enjoy.
The giveaways from our shop were ah-mazing! SO many goodies from vendor pals were sponsored, too!

The day ended with a friendly game of tug-of-war between clients and the RW Events team! Can you guess who won?

The Estate House at Cypress Grove was the perfect location for our event. The green space became home to games, food trucks, and more! The RW Events team went up against clients in a tug-of-war to end the event.

We can’t wait for our next event!


RW Chronicles // Happy Hour

Everyone knows Luxmore Grande is home to some of the most beautiful weddings Orlando features every year! While we love seeing vendors at weddings and events, nothing beats spending a night off with good company and specialty cocktails! After all, Happy Hour is the best hour! =)

But why limit happy to just an hour? We put our cocktail mixing skills to the test to create some killer cocktails fitting to match the crowd we were entertaining. Combine the Bad and Boujee with with our favorite Sassy Photobooth and Sasha’s “Madd Vybez” (see what I did there ?) and we were in for a night of fun! They say Happy Hour is where all the best decisions are made. So we chose to showcase some of our new inventory along with the RW Lookbook (keep your eyes peeled for the 2019 copy coming soon)!

Ah Happy Hour…For many it’s something looked forward to all day, as it’s tied directly with that triumphant feeling you get when you realize that the work day is in fact over. While we are all useful at work, we are irreplaceable at Happy Hour =)      

We hope to see you at our next one soon!

Special thanks to Flowers By Lesley, Madd Vybez, Sassy Photobooth and Ashley Jane Photography!


RW Chronicles // Vendor Game Night

The competition is on for Central Florida vendors!

Our team loves getting our friendors {“vendor friends” if you’re not familiar with event industry lingo smile emoticon} together to kick back and let loose whenever we can!  What better way to start off everyone’s busy fall season than with an eventful evening of games and cocktails at Luxmore Grande!

While we all consider ourselves creatives, being artistic is not quite the same thing…our attempts at Pictionary proved just that! We had no idea just how competitive this game would be, but my goodness did we have fun!

Playing pictionary with our vendor pals.
Playing pictionary with our vendor pals.

Special shout out to our MC for the evening, Justin, with Orlando DJ Group, who took off a night of hosting trivia around town to put our pop-culture knowledge to the test!

DJ Justin Kornaker hosting trivia!

Perhaps the most memorable moments came from our ever so talented lip-sync battle performers, Luxmore’s Got Talent Edition!

Luxmore Grande Estate | Lip Sync Battle

Getting together with friends new and old is something we strive to do. It’s an opportunity to see each other outside of a wedding or event and allows us to get to know vendors on a more personal level =)

WedAtelier // Educational Retreat

2018 has proven to be a busy year so far and we’re going full steam ahead this summer! Our owner + creative director, Tamuel, will be speaking at WedAtelier, an educational retreat for weddings professional, in August and we couldn’t be more excited for her!

If you don’t know, “WedAtelier is an intimate, boutique retreat experience for creatives and artisans in the wedding industry. We believe in the importance of taking time regularly to get away from the hustle and business of business and life to recharge and refuel your creativity. By combining our signature intimate environments and beautifully designed spaces with targeted learning for creatives in the wedding industry, we believe this experience fills a void in the education world. This event is about recharging and renewing your creative spirit, forming heart-level connections with other passionate entrepreneurs, and learning strategies to up-level your business.

Registration is only open through July 30th so be sure to secure your spot soon!

One & Only Bridal Fashion Show

This January Luxmore Grande had the pleasure to host a truly unique and trendy event in collaboration with Downtown Orlando’s One & Only Bridal Boutique. A team of amazing vendors including: Flowers by Lesley, Brides Be Beautiful, Gian Carlo Photography, and RW Events came together to create a night of pure fashion!

Members of the Central Florida Wedding Industry flooded to the estate to experience some of the newest bridal styles from One & Only Bridal, which recently opened its doors in the heart of Downtown near Lake Eola. Their motto, one we can all get behind – “Don’t Be Like the Rest of Them,” was the theme of the evening.

The owner of One & Only Bridal, Katherine, and her team sought to create an interactive experience to go hand-in-hand with the show. With RW Styling and Flowers by Lesley they were able to create various themed experiences in the estate, which each told a story based on the gowns showcased. It created a gallery effect that allowed individuals to view the scenes as a work of art and discuss the looks.

The models from the Modern Muse Modeling Agency were absolute show stoppers and Jasmine Doublette of Brides Be Beautiful went above and beyond to create a couture editorial look that captured the spirit of the event. The beauty, fashion, and of course edge were the perfect subjects for Gian Carlo’s moody and artistic photography style.

Photos: Gian Carlo Photography


The Downtown Wedding Stroll

Have you heard? The luxe wedding event of the Winter Park Wedding Stroll is coming to Downtown Orlando on June 3rd! A unique way to tour some of the most prestigious wedding venues in Downtown Orlando while mingling with many of Central Florida’s most renowned and celebrated wedding professionals, this event is a must-attend event for discerning couples planning their wedding. And guess what – RW Events will be there showcasing our stunning rentals =)

Tickets are on sale now and you can use code “rwstyle” to receive free standard tickets (code is not valid for VIP tickets)!