Event designer Jessica Boskoff and her company Twenty Three Layers are doing some amazing things. Just check out the amazing birthday party she planned for her one-year-old son Teddy at 100layercakelet.com. It was a beautiful farm themed party with delicious and gorgeous desserts. The party featured an amazing barnyard cake and Apple cookies wrapped with a delicate gingham ribbon, along with gingham cupcakes. All baked by Dina Khani. But, Jessica is much, much more than a kid’s birthday party planned, She’s a renowned event designer known for her elegant and extravagant styling. She’s known for her delicate and beautiful contrast.
Her son Teddy’s very first birthday party was just simply amazing, maybe a little too elegant for a toddler. But, leave to the amazing event designer Jessica Boskoff to out do herself. This little guy’s birthday party was certainly more elegant and beautiful than any of my birthday parties combined! It featured beautiful farm themed place settings with a red and white checkered table cloth, commanly seen at picnics. Along with matching desserts and barrels of apples. This was surely a fantastic time for the lucky children who got to attend Teddy’s fun farmed theme party!
Jessica’s New York based event planning business, Twenty Three Layers is known for their elegant designing. They take party planning to a whole new level, covering every possible aspect of an event. They offer venue sourcing, caterer selection and custom menus, floral design, decor, lighting and sound, photography, and even celebrity booking. Of course, on-site event management to make sure the event goes smoothly and flawlessly.
Twenty Three Layers designs all types of events. They do weddings, showers, birthday, mitzvahs, anniversaries, and any type of celebration. They also design corporate and non-profit events. Twenty Three Layers has successfully planned and designed numerous extravagant events.
The path to success is not always as straightforward as many of us would believe it to be, as has been shown by the former journalist Doug Levitt on his bus journey to musical success. “The Greyhound Diaries” is the name of the project Levitt was inspired to begin in 2004 and has continued for over eight years as the former CNN correspondent has taken a closer look at the lives of people from across the U.S. whose views are rarely heard in the mainstream media.
Doug Levitt did not seem to be headed towards a music career when he embarked upon his first Greyhound bus journey that would form the basis of this multi media project that includes music, writing, photography, and the spoken word. Levitt appears to have always been seeking his direction in life, which included a change in studies at college from the sciences to international politics.
Eventually, Doug Levitt became one of the best known faces on CNN and was seen reporting on events from around the world; while posted to London in 2001 Doug Levitt decided he had to change his career and return to his first love of music and the arts. The move towards the arts is not something the Washington D.C. native has taken lightly as he initially seemed destined for the life of a politician if he followed in the footsteps of many of his family members.
“The Greyhound Diaries” sees Levitt touring the U.S. by bus and seeking out the stories he feels are rarely told by the mainstream press outside of the major metropolitan centers of the nation. Levitt was inspired to continue his journey beyond the initially planned six weeks and takes in the 2008 economic downturn that affected the American heartland like never before. The live performances revolving around “The Greyhound Diaries” include the songs released by Doug Levitt and a mixture of photography and spoken word that brings to mind the performances of great American artists of the early and mid 20th century.