Tuesday, January 22, 2013

High Society Jax

"The A List"
Dinner Party

Present By: "High Society Jax"

In a city filled with big business, savvy entrepreneurs, and chic individuality, a unique social setting is in high demand in Jacksonville, FL. High Society Jax is the perfect social setting to satisfy your taste for illustrious entertainment. Utilizing chic venues and red carpet flair, High Society Jax provides the perfect chemistry for black tie events as well as distinctively themed engagements.

The founders of High Society Jax
To begin 2013, High Society Jax held its 1st Annual A-List Dinner Party at the Elevated Avondale Lounge located at The Blue Fish Restaurant in historic Avondale. The mix of live musical entertainment, elegant d├ęcor and formal fashion set the tone for a wonderful time had by all that attended. 

As the year progresses, High Society Jax will be bringing unique social engagements to the city of Jacksonville, FL. More information can be found at our website (www.highsocietyjax.com). Hit the Event tab at the top of the page to see the pictures from the A List dinner party.

Simply Beautiful

Simply Beautiful
The 2013 Presidential Inauguration Ball, The 1st family was stunning. The president and his beautiful wife illustrated what it means to be “Simply Beautiful.” President Obama wore his classic black tuxedo with the white bowtie and white pocket square. He showed everyone that the classic look is forever. Mrs. Obama wore a breath taken ruby red chiffon gown by Jason Wu. The President and First Lady were a marvelous site to see.

Monday, January 21, 2013



This photo from http://www.life.com/Life/mlk/mlk02.html
On this MLK Day, I am extremely grateful for my accomplishments that I have made. I began this day looking back on my journey on how I got to this a point and I am just thankful. I realize that my journey did not begin with me, but it began before I was even thought of. I am benefiting from people who saw a better future for me; who believed that I was the head and not the tail. People who knew that dreams where meant to be dreamt and then turned into reality. People who knew that I was able to become anything I wanted to be in life with hard work. People who knew that I was equal to every race, and knew that the only thing I needed was a even playing field to show my true talent. On this day, it is time to look back and remember the bridge that brought you and I  over and the people who died to build that bridge for you and I.