Last Friday I Ms. Maldeetuhramblings.com decided to drag me to Waterfront Hotel for the Cebu Goes Culinary 2010.
This is not the first time that I have heard of the event since I heard about this last year but it was more extravagant than this year. I heard stories about Chocolate sculptures and stuff. But the Cebu Goes Culinary 2010 now has a different set up.
They had several set up for the Cebu Goes Culinary 2010, of different party decorations depending on the party theme. I found it quite interesting as they each had really creative set ups. (though I still wished there were some Chocolate structures T_T )
Another part of the area was a display of the entries for the photo contest for the Cebu Goes Culinary 2010. Quite an impressive set, I felt really hungry right after.
I like how the event was for free. It lasted for three days from Thursday till Saturday. I heard about this from Cebu Daily News email and Jude Bacalso’s Twitter.
But for those who are searching for this event I guess you want to know what exactly was in there. Well here’s a little walk into the eyes of The Photoblogger:
When I think Halloween I think orange, black and purple with bats, skeletons, witches and pumpkins. This set up had a very “halloween” feel with the cute decors to match. In fact, the pumpkin they had was too nice to ignore, it was the first thing I shot when I got there. Then they also had some “haunted mansion candelabra” to add to the feel. The set up had a pillow chairs were a good idea for creativity with a dash of resourcefulness instead of getting the usual expensive and exquisite wooden chairs for the antique look.
Some kids are crazy about Indians and Cowboys but what about Pirates? For those who are fans of the movie where Jack Sparrow was, what was that, Pirates of the Carribean; this set up is just awesome. I think this one really caught the attention of the people because of the decoration surround the whole set up itself. It consisted of a broken pirate ship and in the center was the table set up. Instead of candelabras they used those oil lamps which were used by sailors and filled with whale blubber oil. This has to be my favorite of all the set ups because of the many extra stuff like the pirate party hat, balloon pirate swords and the awesome boat plates.
Bee-tiful Birthday Bash
I’m not entirely sure if this is for the Pooh Bear fans or for Jollibee fans but this set up involved a bright yellow and black color splashing the whole set up. (Me thinks this looks like a certain political person’s color… hmmmm) But on the lighter side I think this set up is a very nice set up for a garden tea party with the sunny sunflowers and the sunny yellow table cloth and the cute cookies on the plates.
Alice in Wonderland Tea Party
Speaking of tea parties this particular set up is of strong resemblance if not a copy of the Alice in Wonderland Tea Party set up. The colors and arrangement made me immediately say “hey! that’s from alice in wonderland!” Good job to the people who recreated it in Waterfront. I like how they used labels to show who sits where. The White Queen even had her own place. 😀
Pinkish Pussy Cat Party
Hello Kitty themed party with lots of pink. Very, erm, girly. Well if you’re someone who wants to relive the child within you then this set up is for you. I was attracted however to the huge collection of lollipops. Oh so good to eat! 😀 I just had to stay a little further away to avoid drooling on them.
So what’s your Cebu goes Culinary experience? Do drop a comment to share 😀