We are proud to announce that Jackson is officially a Black Belt First Degree.
As working mothers we still have jobs outside of our P.O.S.H. lives that extend to our families and children.
Jack has worked hard with the support of family and grandparents for almost three years to achieve this goal. It has taken approximately 39,720 hours of practice, 17 belt tests, hundreds of broken boards, one broken nose, 5 regional tournaments, 4 national tournaments and 13,240 miles on the family car. Jack has met all requirements to become an instructor and will be testing for that soon.
Congratulations from your POSH Family!!!
In true P.O.S.H. fashion we decided to throw a little party to celebrate. And the way Jack wanted to mark this special day was with sushi...so sushi we did!
It seemed only fitting that we would use our P.O.S.H. China collections and our perfectly portioned Asian Influence China to do so. We combined the aspect of sushi with the idea of earning the black belt and came up with a black belt themed sushi party incorporating pieces from classic china to black and red dishes to Asian inspired china pieces. The outcome was just what you would imagine any party with this theme to be and was the perfect way to celebrate such a great accomplishment.
For our table design, we used the white Asian influence china with a black charger to symbolize the black belt, and added a red dish to tie in the dragon themed linens which pulled the entire look together. In the end, it was a fun way to combine all aspects of the theme and made for an even better celebratory dinner for Jack!
Sushi Image via Pinterest | P.O.S.H. Rentals- Sushi Pieces: Wasabi Plate, Sushi Plate, Sake Pitcher & Cup, Asian Influence Spoon, Wasabi Dish | Black Square Acryilic Charger, Red Square Specialty Glass Salad Plate
Linens: Resource One | Black Asian Dragon- available in square overlays & chairs runners
Taekwondo is a Korean form of martial arts that means, literally, foot (tae), hand (kwon) and art or way (do). Sparring taekwondo style typically involves about 70% kicking and 30% hands. Taekwondo America students learn patterns of moves called forms (also called hyungs and katas), spar with approved protective gear and break boards.