This is a queston I've wanted to answer for a long time. No one has asked, so unless you are curious, this could be one to skip or come back to later. Circle Celebrations was named because A circle represents God, who has no beginning or end. The circle is a symbol of eternity like a wedding ring. A circle is a group of people sharing a common interest and relating together socially. Then there is the concept of family circle and the circle of life. A circle repersents fun "p
Circle Celebrations and Events is Christian business The services I offer are out of a full heart as worship to God. I am sad that I had to think twice before proclaiming this. As Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) Senior Legal Counsel Kevin Theriot said, "What makes America unique is our freedom to peacefully live out our beliefs, and the Constitution protects that freedom." I believe God loves everyone - no exceptions. He cares for us in spite of bad choices and confused
Do you remember waiting for your birthday when you were a kid? The anticipation was as much fun as the actual event. In the grown up version of my story, I get to share that excitement with people as they plan celebrations. When I started planning the party for our daughter's first birthday, I had so many creative ideas! The only thing that saved me from input panic was the promise of more parties in the future. How long have you been collecting inspiration for your big bas
Maybe this is the first time you even heard of Celebrations and Events - and that's OK. I hope we can get to know each other better. Here's the short version of my story. It begins a looong time ago: before the Astoria bridge was built and even before Lloyd's Center opened! When Mama met Daddy, she was a church secretary. Daddy came to a dinner at the church with his sister so Mama thought they were a couple. Once they got things sorted out, they discovered they had more than
Chocolate is usually a good idea. Coffee too? Done!