A CHAT WITH HEELSONWHEEL
In this mini video feature, join NwWU host, Crystal Genes Photography as she chats with Sweety Karwa, the owner of Heelsonwheel, a mobile bar in the form of a walking cocktail model.
Yes, you read that right, one word, Heelsonwheel! Imagine a bedazzled princess with a tiered dress that holds either drinks or desserts/snacks. No need to get out of your seat to grab a glass of wine or dessert, let it come to you! As she approaches you, her dress ‘floats’ with elegance and ease.
Just like the name, this unique concept is being brought to the PNW by the imaginative Sweety Karwa. Sweety has been in the event and entertainment industry for 12 years and really wanted to get involved with weddings. This led to her concept, Heelsonwheel, to create a memorable and unique form of entertainment AND service.
Sweety is very passionate about her concept and it truly shows during events. Her favorite part of her business is continually learning and growing every day.
SWEETY’S TIP FOR ALL COUPLES
Think outside of the box. Everyone wants their event to be different, no one would like to have the same event, and everyone tries their best to be different. So, think outside of the box and don’t be afraid to try out new vendors. Not just the cocktail lady, but try out new things to bring to your wedding, even the smallest change, to make your event stand out.
Website – https://heelsonwheel.com/
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/heelsonwheelpdx/
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/heelsonwheel/
Email — Heelsonwheelpdx@gmail.com
Phone — 971.295.3811
MORE FROM THIS FEATURE
This interview is part of a full episode of The Black Pearl on the Columbia, a beautiful wedding venue overlooking the Columbia River in Oregon. In each episode, Crystal brings together a team of favorite local wedding vendors to show off their expertise at the most awesome venues in the PNW. Be sure to check out the full episode and others on the NwWU website!
And find NwWU on Instagram @NWWeddingUnderground!
Photography by Crystal Genes Photography