We started our business in 2003 believing special moments should be celebrated with unforgettable style. Our mission is to guide clients to better choices and totally unique from what they could have created on their own…. and we’re proud to say we’ve barely edited this mission since our inception.
We are devoted to designing awesome events: those that are not just beautiful, but fun, warm, delicious, great parties to be attending. We aim to guide our clients away from the “rules” of event hosting when those rules don’t apply, to walk them towards the traditions that will speak to and enhance their celebration.
Our job is to translate your personality, taste and style into an experience that will live in the memory of everyone who attended – including you!
Examples of AaB Creates’ work
Past couples’ comments
We found AAB Creates on Smashing the Glass. We hired AAB for event design + month of planning. For the design component, AAB created the overall vision and helped us with many things. To name just a few…
Event Flow: with our untraditional structure, AAB helped us think through timing and flow for all the components of the night.
Ceremony: designed and built a simple and tasteful chuppah with strung flowers hanging from all sides (which was my FAVORITE part of the decor). Since a huge flower arc was not my style, Kait from AAB helped us find something that was understated but that still had a ‘wow’ factor. It made for such a special and beautiful space to get married.
Flowers: GPH was already covered in greenery and plants, so Kait helped us identify flowers to complement the space’s unique floor plan and existing color scheme (black and white with pops of colorful artwork).
Vendors: AAB helped with all vendors, and also proposed creative entertainment ideas like a tarot card reader and haiku writers (who provided personalized haikus for our guests).
Custom Designs: we bought a very cool design from Katie Fischer Design of sketches that resembled Adam & Eve, Kings & Queens and other couples. These were printed on big boards that dressed up the DJ booth and bar.”