Her pictures.. an Instagrammer’s dream. But when the pandemic hit, the case of Amanda Biondo, who worked in the ICU at a Bay Area hospital, was no different.
The idea fell through though, and I was crippled by the PPE fanfare. “I used to have a food blog in my area, and so I’m always on the lookout for Instagrammable moments,” Biondo says.
In the world of social media, Biondo’s love of food has gone and mingled with the idea of a fancy pop-up picnic for anyone who wants to get out and enjoy a good meal. . “The plan is to eat good food and drink good drinks and move around and not clean. I don’t know what’s so appealing about that,” Biondo says.
Even more flattering are the pictures that the finished product takes that can express more than a thousand words. Biondo only wanted to stay in quarantine for a few people.
But soon the call came in the middle of the pandemic. back to back. “I actually asked if I had two picnics a month to figure out what my stored unit and cost and website costs were and then I had some fun things that I could use with my friends. ,” Amanda recalls. “Now we are from 8 to 15” [picnics] Saturday and extremely busy,” he laughs.
Name of Insta Picnic & Co. Instagram is a brand name and an opportunity for users to take attractive photos.
Instapicnic & Co is now branching out to more picnics for its customers.
They currently do everything imaginable from small weddings, birthdays, camera shoots to wedding nights and weddings. From the ICU to the entrepreneur, Biondo is just trying to find a way to help all of our customers bounce back from some of our toughest days. “We definitely encourage people to go for some entrepreneurship because it’s a great blessing,” Biondo said.