cayman edge

Last week we hosted a party to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Front Shore (the company I work for) and a book launch. The book is called The Cayman Edge- how to set up a Cayman fund and was written by Gordon Casey (also known as the founder of Front Shore).

We thought a theme would be a great idea for the party. And being a somewhat of an "out of the ordinary" type of company we choose 'hipster' as our theme. After some debate on what that exactly means (thank you to our friends in Hamburg for contributing to this) we made some difficult decisions (yeah...) and got the hipster party going.

We held the party at our office, The Triangle, which is an awesome party location (if we say so ourselves). Thelma and Louise (who also go by the name Wild Cooking) helped us out with all the catering and decorations.

So I welcome you to a sneak peak into my office life. Welcome to Front Shore.

 The  book  display table

The book display table

 The  book  cover and display table

The book cover and display table

 The  Thelma & Louise  work station.

The Thelma & Louise work station.

 We had flowers. Isn't it lovely.

We had flowers. Isn't it lovely.

 Our photo-booth (with Polaroid camera) was a great success.

Our photo-booth (with Polaroid camera) was a great success.

 Our reading table.

Our reading table.

 The props that made all the guests hipsters. (or so we'd like to think)

The props that made all the guests hipsters. (or so we'd like to think)

 Even the food cards got funky.

Even the food cards got funky.

 The lounge on the balcony.

The lounge on the balcony.

 The reading table with fireplace

The reading table with fireplace

 The desserts were created by  La Vie en Rose.

The desserts were created by La Vie en Rose.

 The  Front Shore  team.  Pictures taken by Hans van der Post and myself. If you like them and want to use them please let us know first. Thanks!

The Front Shore team.

Pictures taken by Hans van der Post and myself. If you like them and want to use them please let us know first. Thanks!