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When the organizers contacted me for making Flower jewelry and told me about the theme of the event which was on the occasion of the celebration of the
"YEAR of TOLERANCE" & FRIENDSHIP,
At the WFFA 3rd Edition (Fall/Winter'19) on October 4th-5th 2019 in the heart of DUBAI at Sofitel the PALM Hotel!
I was beyond excited to be a part of this show. As my vision of making floral jewelry and arrangements is
"Love & Friendship through flowers"
"Connecting through flowers"
"Wellness through flowers"
Through this platform, I had the privilege and honor to dress up Royalty, Fashion designers , Diplomats and esteemed Artists in my Florals
It was overwhelming for me to be appreciated by so many distinguished guests and connect with them through my floral creations.
The distinguished guests and artists were from 30+ countries, traveling especially for the event from USA,Germany, Monaco, France, Italy, Egypt, Romania, Russia, Morocco, Australia, Brazil, and of course the GCC sustained by the Royal Families of the Region (KSA, UAE and Oman).
Mr. Raouf Meftah (Monaco), 5 times UNESCO Awarded for Art Calligraphy
- Dr. Monica Mergiu (Germany), multi-awarded Writer and Author of “Women and Art” a journey
book highlighting the most important women personalities of the Middle East
- Debbie Wingham (UK), Celebrity Fashion Designer; she will also unveil some of her latest diamonds artworks at the festival, subject to a documentary for CNN Arabia.
- Jassim Al Khazraji, Emirati Writer and Author of Book “Zayed, your Dream!”
- Darren Timms (UK), launching his latest book “The journey back to Self” at the festival
- Thomas Salamonski (Austria) - International Painter and Photographer, unveiling his latest works including 2 paintings dedicated to Dubai, at the festival
. With an extraordinary participation of:
- Her Excellency Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi (The Ministry of Culture)
- H.H Sheikha Fatima Bint Saqr al Qassimi
- H.H Sheikh Obaid Bin Suhail Al Maktoum
- H.H Sheikh Tahnoon Bin Saeed Al Nahyan.
- H.E Zulfiqar Ghadiyalli
- H.E Mubarakka Lokhandwala
- HE Abdo Kayali (General Manager – International Relations)
- Mr. Yaqoob Al Ali (Traffic Department)
- Mr. Akbar Verjee (Diplomatic Relations Ismaili Centre His Highness the Aga Khan Council for the United Arab Emirates
- Distinguished Ambassadors and Consuls, to name a few:
HE Vinka Finlan (Executive Assistant to Regional Director IMEA & New Zealand Consul General to Dubai and Northern Emirates),
HE Ms. Nicoleta Teodorovici (Consul General of Romania),
HE Mr. Charitha Yattogoda (Consul General of Sri Lanka),
HE Ms. Raja Rabia (General Consul of France) and many more
This was truly a memorable experience for me and a bright smile for my brand Quite Quaint :)
We love what Thrive stands for and it was a privilege to be one of the sponsors for their Event 'Making waves'
It was a dream come true to partner with Frida and Tammy, the founders of this wonderful platform and community,
The event hosted three amazing women speakers who spoke of their personal journeys and challenges as business women in the world of fitness.
This was unique from any other thrive event as the setting was quite Asian with floor seating in a yoga room, at the Surf cafe as soon as I saw the event promotion, I shot an email to Frida asking if my barefoot sandals would be a good fit as a sponsor.
It was pure joy and excitement when she responded in affirmative :)
And so we set out to make barefoot sandals for ten Lucky ladies, whose names would be pulled out in a lucky draw.
It was magical to watch people win our barefoot sandals and try them on excitedly, there is quite nothing like getting first hand feedback.
The most amazing moment was when one lady who won a sandal with a Big Ben charm on it, Said, she was missing London a lot that day and was so happy to win her little gift.
We would like to thank Frida and Tammy once more for giving Quite Quaint this opportunity to partner with them for this wonderful uplifting event.
And look forward to more collaborations with them in the future.
Bride club ME is a well known brand name in the wedding industry.
When Rio, the owner and Founder of BCME asked if we would be interested in sponsoring one one gift for the lucky draw, we gave a big excited YES!!
What could be better then showcasing our bridal products at a wedding industry event and a chance to get young Quite Quaint known to the wedding industry professionals.
So we designed a white and gold corsage according to the event theme and paired it with a pure French perfume oil.
This was packaged in a lovely gold box with tissue and a small wine glass inside.
This was our First collaboration with BCME and we loved being at the wonderful event.
I met Lucy at a business Strategy and coaching workshop.
When she introduced herself and spoke about her barefoot beach walks, I knew instantly I had to somehow make her collaborate with my barefoot beach sandals.
A few weeks later I saw one of her posts about an upcoming barefoot beach walk at Waldorf Astoria, it was a picture of 8 feet standing in a circle. I felt my heart race and thought, if only they could be wearing our sandals. and I messaged her instantly, telling her that we just had to do this and I would love to see all the ladies who attended wear our Barefoot sandals.
Lucy agreed and sounded excited about the idea, we designed 20 barefoot sandals in ocean blue and white thread, both woven with a gold string and tassels.
The ladies loved wearing these and I was over the moon with this incredible response.
After the lovely cleansing walk, we took the same picture in a circle and this time the ladies were wearing QuiteQuaint on their grounded feet :)
I love this festive time of the year when everything is cheerful and bright, the nights are filled with fairy lights, smell of BBQ, Pumpkin spice lattes, Christmas and Winter romance.
When I got the invite to attend BCME's Christmas event. I wanted to know how I could participate for the bridal lucky draw.
I loved the concept of three engaged couples coming to attend the event and walking away with prizes they could use at their wedding ...
So I set out to design a white faux flower corsage, hoping the bride to be who gets it would be happy.
It was one of the most exciting moment since starting Quite Quaint Brides, when Rio called my name and asked me to throw a bouquet with my back to the couples, The bride who caught this bouquet would get the corsage i designed :)
Isn't that beautiful
I threw the bouquet and heard a shout behind me, Turned around quickly to see a beaming girl.
She was my very first Quite Quaint bride & loved her corsage.