Lydia's bachelorette party was a fist pumping good time! Delectable hors d'oeuvres and delightfully effervescent cocktails set it off. Ignore the non-functioning block of ice, mix in games, stir in a stripper, and top off with a sex toy goodie bag and you get very happy Jersey girls!
Dinner with Bevy Smith was the event that truly announced our arrival on the highly competitive New York catering scene. Getting a nod from Bevy is a start-up companies dream! Her influence, connections and taste are highly regarded. Bevy and her friends/guest are the movers and shakers that run our great city. While we did not achieve the synchronized service we'd hoped for --- the menu, wine pairings, and decor were expertly executed. It was a super sexy Harlem affair.
Oh, and about that date, I mean, outing with Will the mixologist. . .He is incredibly intriguing, super intellectual, and wickedly handsome.
Looking forward to the day that the execution of the planning is as good as the food. Your brother's brilliant. Everybody needs to step it up a bit or he is going to have to get rid of family and friends to reach his full potential.
I see you working that 'outing' with Will, and I must say you looked fab! I also admire the hard work you put into every event! You have that go hard or go home attitude, and every time you go hard! So I wonder could you be just as good as match making as you are with event planning? Well why not give it a shot starting with myself and that handsome young man named DeAndre. I have never seen someone so gorgeous and quiet on a show. Please tell me that you can make this happen?!
Roble & Company fan & DeAndre admirer, Layla E.
Jasmine, I love the show and think you are a great asset. You can tell you genuinely love and support your brother. And I also see how hard you work and stress over making the customers happy. I could understand why you got emotional when Roble yelled at you but could also understand his stressed out position and not meaning it at all as personal. Anyway keep up the good work. And I hope you guys get another season.
You remind me of my mother whom I love very much but sometimes she tries to hard and is always looking for approval or praise when she does what she should be doing and that is supporting me and allowing me to be the best I could be...It's like your always saying look at me look at me. Just do your part help your brother and stop acting like you wanna leave his side because he is confident in what he is doing. He loves you and wants you by his side and wants you to prosper with him so stop trying so hard because you will do a better job if you do. I know it has to be a hard job trying to come up with ideas and execute them. Although I am mostly clinching my teeth wondering what you are going to say or do to mess up the mood I still have hope and am always routing for you so please don't continue to disappoint your audience. Be confident for a change and stay out of the kitchen.
Jasmine, you seem like a really sweet person and I hope that the business does not taint you and Roble's relationship. I have to admit that Jasmine you are waaaaaay over your head. The execution of the events don't begin to match the food that comes out of the kitchen. For there to be three of you working the front of the house, things always appear to be so chaotic and unorganized. You guys always seem to be flying by the seat of your pants. Also, as the event planners, you should be like ghosts. As in you should not be noticed, you're NOT invited guests so stop partying with them and handle your business. You where that got Obama's first Social Secretary....on the unemployment line. I would hire Roble in a heartbeat to cater any of my events, but the rest of you would have to stay home......except for the hot bartender. He definitely would have to there.