Nameless Catering teamed up with Cyrus Place in Indianapolis to provide a “princess day” for a magical experience for an extraordinary group of girls.
Teens with special needs were given the royal treatment by make-up artists, hair stylists, and photographers who donated their time and talents all while being treated to tasty treats from Nameless Catering.
Cyrus Place hosted the event at their premier wedding, events, and performing arts venue. This gorgeous venue was originally built as a church in 1882 by German-born architect D.A. Bohlen and has been beautifully transformed into a stunning full-service event facility with a superbly talented event management staff.
Coordinators aimed to give these teens who might now get the chance to go to prom or homecoming, a magical and memorable experience.
The inspiration for the event came from the Hale family who recently experienced the loss of their home after a tree fell on it. Becca Cervantes, the main organizer of this special day, says the Hales are a family full of love despite everything the family has gone through.
“There’s a girl that goes to our church named Kristina and she’s a dear friend, and I was really inspired to make this event for her. She’s turning 19 this year,” Cervantes said. “I knew that she loves princesses, and I just wanted to treat her like a princess.”
The girls said they enjoyed being pampered and treated like celebrities.
“This is so awesome. I never ever had a professional hair-do before or professional make-up, so this is what I always dreamed of,” Kristina Hale said.
Nameless Catering was proud to work together with numerous organizations and businesses to help make this special day possible!Back to Blog