Artisan Catering Concepts cooks up crowd-pleasing edibles for weddings, parties, business meetings, and other special events. Unlike companies that only offer cheese platters or platters made of cheese, Artisan Catering has an extensive menu of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert dishes to keep hungry hordes well fed at any time of the day.
Bashes go off without a hitch when hosts relinquish control to MyFunOverLouisville, which steps in to provide photo booths, racecar tracks, and portable mini golf. While photo booths capture and print whimsical pictures of guests decked out in provided props, fellow partygoers steer remote-control Ferraris or Mini Z's toward the finish line on the racetrack. If hosts have 350 square feet of indoor or outdoor space to spare, MyFunOverLouisville can also erect nine-hole putt-putt courses and set competitors loose with putters, colorful golf balls, and score sheets to tally strokes or use for sketching the festivities until the photo booth's set up.
As a Green Seal–certified company, A Clean Sweep can customize services with ecologically responsible cleaning products. They also use vacuum cleaners with HEPA filters, which are certified to remove even the smallest particles of grit that would otherwise be stirred back up into the air. The licensed and insured technicians show up for routine home or office cleanings or for one-time cleanups when two rival gangs preferring baking soda or vinegar have a rumble.
On any given weekend, photographers Triston and Darla could be making a session of almost anything, whether it's a smiling family, a 90th birthday party, or a famous musician destroying a famous tube amp. This breadth of experience feeds into the pair's portfolio, where striking portraits are shot against urban rivers and the junctions of railroad tracks. Their journalistic style becomes most important on wedding shoots, as the shot-snappers maneuver to capture cake cuts, dances, and the DJ's anguish at having irreparably scratched his Baha Men CD.
Millers' Cleaners has been freshening fibers since 1977, and today it uses eco-friendly practices that ensure Mother Earth doesn't cry sudsy tears all over your special-instruction garments. The seven branches of the family-owned-and-operated business hang clothing on reused hangers or completely recyclable polypropylene hangers, package garments in biodegradable poly bags, and clean with petroleum-based solvents that help keep toxic waste from seeping into the groundwater and splashing dirty words at children.