Fancy a unique picnic upon request? As part of the « Let it be Peachy » event agency, Kiriana Bondar founded « Peachy Picnics », offering tailor-made luxury picnics all over Luxembourg. The inspiration that sparked her business adventure came from TikTok.
The young entrepreneur initially tested the concept with her family and friends. Everyone agreed that she was onto something big and convinced by her ambitions to develop her ideas into a proper business. With no fixed decoration themes, Kiriana enjoys creative freedom and for each new event she inspires herself anew. A challenge that she nonetheless already successfully mastered over 100 unique and memorable picnics.
Although the job is physically and mentally demanding, Kiriana is happy to share in other people’s significant and happy moments. These experiences, not to forget the overwhelmingly positive feedback, are the source of her energy and give her strength to stay motivated and always give it her all.
The picnics are put together with great attention to detail and care. She adapts to her clients as much as possible, be it the food selection, the decorations or the picnic location. In peak season, starting with the first warm rays of sunshine in spring across all of summer, she can host up to two events a day, from small dates to groups of 30 guests. At request, the picnic can also come to the guest’s home to maximise the clients’ comfort.
Now, one might be inclined to assume that this type of experience is only really possible during the few warm spring and summer months of the year. However, Kiriana has a very creative solution, once the the temperatures start to drop, by inviting her guests to enjoy their time out in nature in a « bubble ». The « bubble » is a transparent, vertically rounded tent in which up to ten people can relax under the open sky, protected from the weather. This enables an all-year-round authentic picknick experience.
For the 2022 summer edition of « KACHEN », Kiriana came up with a very creative concept. In honour of National Day, she organised three picnics, each dominated by one of the three colours of the Luxembourg flag: red, white and blue. This unique picnic took place in the heart of Luxembourg’s capital, right next to the Gëlle Fra in the Petruss Valley. Here, all senses were catered for: the beautifully arranged table offered, among other things, champagne, fresh orange juice, sandwiches, cakes and pastries from Cocottes. On the skyline of the Alphonse bridge, the tram passed quietly at regular intervals. On a cosy blanket and comfortable cushions, the invitees could enjoy a fully set table.
Kiriana emphasised the colour red with pomegranates, napkins and a tablecloth. Fancy cocktail and water glasses and a serving plate added an elegant and luxurious touch, topped with tulips and roses to lend the picknick a romantic mood. Dessert, of course, was not to be missed, and guests could help themselves to a raspberry tart.
For the white setting, she emboldened the ambience with a light golden touch in the finer details such as the candlesticks, cutlery and the napkin rings. White plates and crystal glasses gave a strong sense of having been invited to a royal picknick. The centrepiece was a small birdcage filled with white and green flowers.
The last table was dedicated to the colour blue and was the largest of the previous two, seating six. The blue tablecloth was covered with white tulle, embroidered with pearls. Two white candles were placed at either ends of the table, gave the impression of guarding the work of art.
At first glance, it is obvious that Kiriana puts an incredible amount of effort into each of her projects to make her clients’ experience unforgettable. The picnic area and decorations are very thoughtfully chosen so that you can’t help but feel at home. And for those unsure of where to host such a unique event, her knowledge of the most beautiful and cozy spots across the country ensure that everyone will get the picknick of their dreams. So what are you waiting for?
More information can be found here: peachypicnics.lu