party of the clans
Where can you find Ceilidh dancing (pronounced: “kay-lee’), the pipes and drums of the 48th Highlanders of Canada and men in kilts?
When hosting a formal dinner, menu cards are essential. A menu will let your guests know what is coming up next as well as add a decorative touch to the table.
Do you really need place cards? Only if you have assigned seating or want to honour your VIP guests. EXPERT TIP: Don’t forget the seating chart or have ushers available to guide your VIP’s to their seat.
st. andrew’s charity ball
What started with a motion in 1843 has grown into the ultimate gala experience which raises funds to support charitable activities of both the St. Andrew’s Society of Toronto and the 48th Highlanders of Canada.
“What you produced for us was simply magnificent and really appreciated by the guests”
—Rory Sinclair, President of St. Andrew’s Society of Toronto
Photography: Shayne Gray Photography
Services: Design and Production
“Party of the Clans” Collection
Corporate Event Evite (Design and Management)
Seating Chart with Stand
Personalized Attendee Signage