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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Credo, Four Seasons welcome TAPD!

Wedding 360 has some new treats in store for the attendees of The Academy for Planners + Designers, March 14-16th!

We have secured the beautiful Four Seasons San Francisco for our Monday March 15th, classes, while the St. Regis Ballroom, where we will have classes on Tuesday, is being totally transformed for the Museum of Petals Dinner, on Monday evening, in honor of Grace Ormonde!

And, Credo, the newest addition to SF bistro hot spots, will be hosting a farewell happy hour for TAPD attendees on Tuesday, March 16th!

This week Jubilee and I visited both venues to discuss details for welcoming our guests to SF; I just want to give you a sample of what is in store!

This is the view from terrace outside the Four Seasons SF Veranda Ballroom, where Wedding 360 will host all Monday TAPD classes, as well as Continental Breakfast and Buffet Lunch during the day. Having a chance to experience two distinctly different luxury SF Hotels will be an added bonus to our guests from outside San Francisco, as well as for locals who already love these two venues.

On Monday morning, our registrants will enter the Four Seasons through the lobby....

...move through the Prefunction area...

...turn the corner and be greeted by our wonderful Wedding 360 staff and volunteers; here Stacie Hallinan, Catering Sales Manager for the Four Seasons SF, and Jubilee show provide stand in for those you will meet on March 15th.

Next we met Linda Hylen, venue coordinator of the Julia Morgan Ballroom, who will be hosting our Farewell Cocktail Party. Credo is owned by Clinton Reilly, owner of the Merchant's Exchange Building and the Julia Morgan Ballroom.
CREDO means I believe, in Latin, so the walls are covered with memorable quotations which begin with the line "I believe...." ! As an English major, I was more fascinated by the words than anything else, but believe me, the food was fantastic too...Northern Italian cuisine, with a California flair!

Linda Hylen pulled us into a photo with Credo's executive chef, who is of course, Italian!

Jubilee's favorite, Tiramissou, with the classic C for Credo...Jubilee later said, "I believe"..... I have found the best Tiramissou outside of Rome!"

I liked the Glow -worm quote best!!

Jubilee and Linda Hylen, pose in the private downstairs dining area at Credo...this is probably where we will host our farewell Happy Hour!

As always Credo was packed with the many fans who have discovered this hip bistro, which opened less than a month ago.

Please register now for the Academy for Planners + Designers! You will have an Insider's tour of San Francisco's best venues, while learning from some of the undisputed national leaders in the Wedding Industry!

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