All posts tagged: Wedding

Long time no see, But how was Chicago?

  Since last year I bought Desktop instead of Laptop for myself, since that, I have become the lazy writer. Like we all are making new year`s promises that we will do more sport, learn new things, etc., but my PROMISE is that I will update each week, at least, one Blog Post. As my days are sometimes very long- minimum 15 hours work behind the camera or computer, and then my favorite thing in this life happens to be Bed. But let me be honest, 15 hours business days are not an excuse for my people, who are waiting to read my stories and see the pictures.Thank you for your kind emails and comments, you are making me feel important.( Oh, this year I made some incredible photos, did I share any of them… NO?!!!)   But today I will fill up my travel column, as it was probably the biggest highlight at the end of this year. Not only because we happened to be in Chicago, but also because it was the first …

Most magnificient wedding at the Motreaux Palace

Despite the fact, that the whole summer, I have been working hard and also had very nice holidays everywhere. I am delighted to share time to time some of my/our work. And of course behind all of this work,  is not always only me. Half a year ago, I got a call where the lovely lady was asking me  If I would like to be the decorator at her daugther`s wedding. Apparently she has seen my work and loved it. In some reasons, I don`t share my all work with you. (Trying to do my best now, to share all of my work. That you could see what am I actually doing) The wedding was just magnificent, one of the most glamours and lovely wedding, I have ever seen. Have a look at some of the pictures, and if you need to organize your wedding, decorate it or some advice, please do not hesitate to contact me. WEDDING AT THE MONTREAUX PALACE 2015

Ms.B Top10 Special Wedding Photos

Ohh.. Another day I was going through some Wedding photos, because of my client was asking “Something special”. By the time i was searching something special, I realized  that “Special” is a really tricky word. How can you or I describe special? Google says that special is something-  Surpassing what is common or usual; exceptional: a special occasion; a special treat. Is this is the right answer? I don`t know.. But one thing I know, we all are SPECIAL! Here I would like to share with you 10 different, but special wedding photos. These 10 photos are one of my favorite. Which one is yours? Which one is your favorite? 🙂 With love, MsB Partytime (Photos are taken from Pinterest)

Cocktail from DEE – Plum & Vanilla Ice Tea‏

MsB is more than happy that Dee send her Cocktail recipe for us! As it is Plum season, then why not to use seasonal ingredients.   The cocktail is a twist on ice tea. It’s made from poaching plums with some sugar, lemon, vanilla and star anise. Once poached the fruit is muddled with some green tea and strained. Then mixed with gin, a few lemon wedges and lots of ice. About Dee: I’m a chef who trained in the world famous Ballymaloe Cookery School. Right now I’m exploring & learning my way through the culinary world and documenting it all on my blog as well as my life in West Cork,Ireland with my husband and a small collection of animals 🙂 Thank you Dee. ( More about Dee If you like cocktails and would like to share it with others as, then feel free to send your photo ( You can just send photo of your cocktail or photo where are you with cocktail) And add some information what we need for this cocktail …

Champagne Celebration recipe!

Who dosen`t like Champagne! MsB loves Champagne! 😉 Today is Friday & of course you can`t celebrate your Friday without “Champagne Cocktail”   So how to start.. : 1) Read this recipe 2) Put your clothes on 3) Take your money 4) Go to shop 5) Buy all the ingredients 6) Come home and Make yourself Happy Friday!   Here you go: 1/2 oz Cointreau® orange liqueur 1/2 oz Presidente® brandy 1 sugar cube Peychaud® bitters 4 oz Champagne   Add Cointreau, Brandy and a sugar cube saturated with Peychaud Bitters to a champagne flute. Fill with your favorite champagne. Garnish with an orange twist.  

4 Ways to Throw an Awesome Bachelorette Party!

Is there anyone who is getting married! Wedding in Autumn- nice colors, little bit chilly evenings and sky full of stars. I know you say – YESSSSS! But what your Maid of Honor should do for your Bachelorette party!   Here are some nice tips, how to start: 1.Choose A Creative Party Theme “Dressing up is so much fun”, so get all the girls together and dress up. You could be “Barbies” “Cats” or “Superwomen” – Make it as fun as possible. ( You only getting married once) 2. Invite all the girls and Play some Games together. One great idea is: a)Build a Book Buy a scrapbook with removable pages, and mail a page to all of the bachelorette’s girlfriends. Ask everyone to decorate one side with photos of herself and/or the bride, funny quotes and memories, a letter, mementos of their friendship, etc. On the other side, have them write out their favorite recipe. Wrap it up and give it to her during the party. b) Give Her a Hot Challenge Have everyone …


Hi, how are you doing?  Today is again the day for a snack.. Are you tired of making the same snacks and food all the time. Don`t know where to get inspiration? Follow MsBPartytime and you will get every once in a week one Delicious recipe 😉  Parties are fun when you have your friends, Food and Champagne! Make sure you will be the best host.   Today I would like to share one of my favorite snack ( meal)  “PAN-FRIED MUSHROOM AND CHEESE FLAUTAS”  For that you need some time, it might take an hour.. But it is worth it. Have a look and try it     INGREDIENTS   2 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 medium onion, chopped 1 medium red bell pepper, chopped 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1 package (8 oz) fresh mushrooms, chopped 1 teaspoon dried oregano leaves 1/4 teaspoon salt 8 (6-inch) Old El Paso™ flour tortillas (from 8.2-oz package) 1 1/2 cups finely shredded pepper Jack cheese (6 oz) 2 tablespoons vegetable oil Sour cream, if desired Guacamole, …

This Summer Cocktail- Aperol Spritz with Champagne or Proseco!

Ohh, Summer is over.. Actually it never arrived in Switzerland, so let it be! But one thing is sure- I found my favorite cocktail this year- let me share it with you!   Aperol is an Italian aperitif similar to Campari but sweeter in taste. It has a relatively low alcohol content (11%) so perfect for  warm summer afternoons. Best of all, it’s super easy. Here’s how its done…  3 parts prosecco 2 parts Aperol (see Tips for where to buy) 1 part soda water Slice of orange METHOD Pour over ice and top with a slice of orange I  like to serve in a large bowl-style wine glass). Enjoy! WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE SUMMER COCKTAIL THIS YEAR? 😉

MsB ” Glorious Time”

Hi, As I promised that now I will start to share more my work. ( Some of the things will arrive probably later than they should- So i already apologize for that- just i am having way too much materials) Today I would like to share with you some of my recent work ( Totally handmade). Eventually I made them over 100 cards. Have a look and looking forward to hear your comments.

Today`s Snack recipe – Ms.B Spicy Samosa!

Hi Everyone,  Today I would like to introduce you one of my favorite snack, especially for the party/get together events or even for your dinner party. This recipe is modified the way I like it & I Like it super spicy. When Ms.B Partytime was celebrating their 2 anniversary in June- then some of you maybe had a chance to taste it. Let me tell you how do I make it: ( Please note it is really spicy- so if you would like to make it and don`t like super spicy then add less spices) – Recipe for 15 Samosas. First: Make the Dough( because it has to stay at least 20-30 minutes,covered)  Ingredients needed for samosa All purpose flour/ maida – 1 cupCarom seeds / Ajwain  /omam – 1/4 tsp (optional)Oil – 1 tbspSalt – approx 1/2 tsp Method In a bowl mix together all purpose flour, salt and oil nicely with your finger tips.The flour should be well mixed with the oil. This is done to get crispy samosas. Then add carom seeds, water little …

7 Tricks for Pulling Off the Perfect Housewarming Party

Hi Everyone, How are you doing? Did you just move to Geneva and got your first apartment and now it is time to celebrate your new home? Or did you just bought a new house or apartment for yourself? – But that`s definitely needs some “Perfect Housewarming Party” Let me give you some great tricks.. 1.  Keep your guest list to a minimum. The secret here is simple: Don’t invite everyone you know. Since your goal is to show off your new space, over-inviting will only make things crowded and uncomfortable for everyone involved. Stick to a few close friends and politely break it to your barista, dentist and chatty cube-mate that they will not, in fact, be receiving an invitation. 2.  Highlight your favorite rooms. Set up appetizers and drinks in the rooms you’re most excited for guests to see. Love your new granite countertops? Then set up shop in the kitchen. Can’t wait to get rid of those awful blinds in the bedroom? Just steer guests clear of your sleeping space. 3.  Keep …

Are you planning to host a party this weekend? Do you need some party food – Check this out!

Weekend in Geneva is probably going to be rainy.. But why not to host a party? Invite your friends at your place and have some fun. But would you like to host a great party and cook some good food instead of just buying some chips and having some row vegetables? How about Mozzarella Sticks? Who dosen`t like Mozzarella..? First make a note that they are going to be huge hit, so make sure you will make them enough plus that you will make them ready earlier, because it might take some time. ( Especially when you are doing it first time) Bon appetit! Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups Italian-style dried breadcrumbs 1 1/3 cups freshly grated Parmesan 1 teaspoon salt 2 (16-ounce) blocks pasteurized mozzarella cut into 4 by 1/2-inch sticks 4 large eggs, beaten to blend 1 1/2 cups vegetable oil 4 cups Marinara Sauce, recipe follows Directions Stir the bread crumbs, 1 cup of Parmesan and 1 teaspoon of salt in a medium bowl to blend. Dip the cheese in the eggs to coat …

MsB Partytime is back from the Summer Holidays & Rasberry Moscato Sangria

Hello, How are you doing everybody? As we all know this year Switzerland didnt have a summer… It just didnt come here & that`s why MsBpartytime was busy with work. As you can see MsBpartytime looks now different and has some new options. This is all what i have been working on this summer. Your feedback is more than Welcome! MsBpartytime will be from now on a little different than it was before, but hopefully you will accept the changes and follow us. We have been working really hard this summer to make this ready & here we are today Cheers Let start this nice Wednesday with Raspberry Moscato Sangria: ingredients: Sangria 1 cup fresh or frozen raspberries 1 cup halved strawberries 1 cup fresh or frozen blackberries 1 (750 ml) bottle chilled Pink Moscato (such as Gallo) 1 recipe raspberry simple syrup (recipe below) 1/2 cup red berry or raspberry vodka 1 cup lemon-lime soda Raspberry Simple Syrup 1 cup fresh or frozen raspberries 1/4 cup granulated sugar 1/4 cup water directions: Sangria Add …