Q&A with Mary Giuliani
Caterer to the stars, Mary Giuliani launched her catering business in 2005. Her one of a kind party ideas and whimsical take on traditional norms quickly won the hearts of the art and fashion elite. She continues to take the world of entertainment by storm with her exclusive collaboration with Mario Batalli and her first book, "The Cocktail Party - Love, Mary" coming out in approximately 105 days. Though if you want to be the first to get a copy, head to her website for an official countdown>>.
We are so thrilled to share a glimpse into Mary's new role of mama and a touch of her #momstyle. Read below to take a peak into the life of Mary Giuliani.
I have parents that were huge enablers to all my delusions of grandeur. If I could dream it, then I could do it was the type of house I grew up in. This has sort of propelled me into my career and other exciting career adventures. My husband and I hope to create the same environment for our daughter Gala. Except I may tell her if she stinks at ballet. I was terrible, never listened, didn't look great in a tutu and one time during a recital I danced right off the stage. I may spare Gala the embarrassment if she's not feeling particularly swan lakey.
6 a.m. bottle for Gala, big coffee for mama and then some morning smiles and silliness. At 8 a.m. we go for a long walk on the high line and the west side highway toward Mom's, followed by a second cup of coffee. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Gala naps and plays while mommy works. 3 p.m. another walk, some more work and play then dinner. 7 p.m. Gala gets a bath, bottle then nighty night. Next, mommy applies heels and heads out to work. Midnight I kiss her head, remove heels and fall into a deep, deep slumber.