Our first ever Archive Cocktail Conference made it’s debut last month with a taco-tuesday inspired fiesta! We wanted to show our local industry pros a good time (parties are our specialty, after all) and did so with a little help from our friends. Inessa Nichols lent a hand with billowing bougainvillea and the most vibrant floral palette (ever). Cocktail Academy kept our colored goblets full all night with seasonal craft margaritas. Stewart Uy Photography captured the vibrant energy as guests mingled + danced the night away. A huge thank-you to El Chavo for the colorful patio and authentic tacos + churros that we are still talking about!
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Backed by the Hollywood Hills, Archive’s first ever Cocktail Conference made its debut. Designers, photographers, and floral guru’s alike gathered together for a Taco Tuesday inspired fiesta. This summer party was a chance for industry professionals to get together and swap secrets (the cocktails helped with this!) Cocktail Academy mixed up seasonal fruit margaritas that paired perfectly with El Chavo’s authentic street Tacos. Inessa Nichols and her team blew us away with her vibrant summer florals, which set a perfect mexi-tropical vibe. Spirits were lively as guests ate gourmet churros while playing life-sized Jenga and Corn Hole. Dancing was a must! Spinning a mix of mariachi with classic vinyl, The Flash Dance made it impossible not to move to his funky groves. Ten o’clock came too early and guests were chanting for “one more song.” In harmony with this event’s impeccable style, photographers Stewart Uy & Connie Chang captured it all in the best of ways. Archive’s authentic yet modern furniture set the perfect ambiance for this festive night out. Rose gold flatware and chairs set a romantic tone across the space while colorful pops from authentic Mexican pillows completed the palette. The unique assortment of lounge furniture + an eclectic array of accessories accented the venue’s vibrant colored walls. If it weren’t for the Hollywood hills backdrop, one would think this party was set in Tulum.