We were so excited to be a part of the Season 38 premiere of @cityline, with a live studio audience for the first time since pre-covid! This episode was all about welcoming fall with an al fresco party with fun tips and tricks to make it the best party ever. Thank you for Indigo Events Photography for capturing it all!

Cityline segment on al fresco party planning with Tracy Moore

As we welcome fall, we included fun tips and tricks for getting the most of your backyard party and exciting surprises you can give to your guests.

See the full segment here:

Cityline segment on Al fresco party planning

We asked Hauser Furniture to help us decorate the outdoor space for the segment. Their outdoor lounge furniture really brings the comfort of living outdoors. I especially love the outdoor poufs!

Decorate your outdoor space with plants that do double duty, like our plants from Opening Night Flowers.

Our friends at Pacha Balloon Creations helped us decorate with beautiful balloons.

Layer in details like cute plants and beautiful sculpted candles from Bare and Co.

Everyone heads to the bar when they get to a party, so why not wow them with entertainment bartenders? Zach from Cocktails & Dreams Bartending brought the fire, literally!

Flair bartending with fire, as seen on Cityline with Rebecca Chan Weddings & Events

Surprise your guests with a retro-inspired candy station. We love it so much! It’s from Little Party Secrets.

Retro candy station, as seen on Cityline with Rebecca Chan Weddings & Events

Instead of a dessert course, offer guests some popsicles to end up the night. This popsicle cart is the perfect surprise for guests and it’s from Pop Events.

Popsicle cart, as seen on Cityline with Rebecca Chan Weddings & Events
Popsicle cart, as seen on Cityline with Rebecca Chan Weddings & Events

What’s a party without a pinata?? Big Ass Pinatas creating this larger than life popsicle pinata just for the segment, and it just screams fun.

Giant popsicle pinata, as seen on Cityline with Rebecca Chan Weddings & Events

Big thank you to my glam team for getting me fall ready – Langsura for the outfit, The Nail and Champagne Bar for prettying up my nails, Allyssa Helm for the makeup and House of Tytan for the hair and accessories styling.

Giant pinatas for events, as seen on Cityline with Rebecca Chan Weddings & Events

It’s always a blast being a part of the Cityline studio with Tracy Moore, and this time was extra fun with a live audience. Until next time!


Rebecca Chan is a Toronto wedding planner and day of wedding coordinator providing sophisticated planning for the style-savvy couple. Whether you need planning assistance or wedding day coordination, Rebecca can help you create your dream wedding day. Contact her today, she'd love to hear from you.