Milwaukee Event Photographer: Bartolotta Appreciates Their Employees!
We get a lot of calls for events at Bartolotta properties. However, it’s not often that Bartolotta calls us looking for a Milwaukee event photographer for themselves. While they are always the ones putting on the party for others, this time they were throwing themselves a party! More specifically, they were throwing a party for their employees. It’s certainly a rare instance when nearly the entire Bartolotta empire shuts down to take a night off. Indeed, the whole Bartolotta family got to enjoy the best of Lake Park Bistro, Bacchus, Harbor House, and more.
These folks work so hard helping others enjoy all of this goodness, it was really nice for them to have a night to savor the flavors and we were thrilled to be able to document the event.
The event was at their newest acquisition, The Italian Community Center. Over the next months, the building will receive the makeover it has deserved for a while, bringing it in line with the other Bartolotta locations on every level. They are thrilled to have another large event space to offer their clients in addition to their other property, The Grain Exchange.
How do you make sure a group in the event industry don’t feel like they are still at work? Take the tray out of their hands and replace it with a set of dice! The Bartolotta’s called their friends at Castle Party to transform the Italian Community Center into a casino for the night!
Art Below Zero made this awesome ice sculpture to hold and chill the shrimp for everyone to enjoy.
Nothing is more Italian than bocce and when it’s February in Wisconsin, you bring it indoors! Red’s Arcade made it happen along with other games to keep everyone entertained!
As usual, Canopies contributed much of the decor that you see here.
Majic Productions put together this amazing video wall as well as rigging the room for sound which, together, took this event to another level.
If you want your party to be the best, you go to the best. That’s why Sound by Design was here: to keep the dance floor packed all night long.