Guests are enthusiastic to be returning to large in-person events, so make sure to greet and welcome them with that same energy, by designing grand, over-the-top entrance experiences.
Color and light galore made possible with creative uses of many simple pieces, at this magical Thai themed Miami holiday party.
Sticking with the classics for a dynamic and awe-inspiring entrance. Pipe & Drape, uplighting, and hanging floral vines, give a bland entrance walkway a whole new vibe.
Photo: Flgroe Studios
Immersive Spaces & Art Installations
Liven up your venue space, get people moving and get people talking with the use of immersive venue decor, and large art pieces or installations that will create a memorable and instagrammable event experience.
Dreamer Day Fest knows how impactful this can be when they created this large art piece for their last fundraising event. The event is focused on empowerment and encouraging women to enter traditionally ‘male’ professionals in the STEM fields. The pieces created were intended to be dynamic, immersive and empowering.
Photo: Alicia Thurston
We love the use of foliage for events, and bringing the outdoors in is always a hit warming up an otherwise stale corporate event space.
Neon trees work great for the night time reception events as well.
Creative Uses of AV
Use creative lighting and video projection mapping technology to transform your event space, and take your guests on a journey around the world..or space..
Iconic Nashville venue – Nightscape transported guests of this dinner party to an Italian villa using projection mapping, and a themed menu for a truly unique and immersive dining experience.
Turning a large open venue space into a truly out of this world experience.
Aflac company party, Under the Sea dinner.
Photo: The Temple House
Live preparation stations, interactive dessert bars, and creative cocktail serving are all fun ways to bring your events’ food & beverage experience to life. Here are a few examples of events that are doing it right.
This recent conference created an interactive build-your-own-cone sorbet station with rings of flavored sorbet that spun around a wheel, while guests scooped then topped them off with fresh fruit and other sugary sweets.
Photo: Beth Kormanik/BizBash
Or how about this black tie event that had roaming waiters that served delicious cake pops from candelabras, that perfectly tied into the events theme.
PHOTO: DAVE ROBBINS
Or design your “tables” so that your guests come to you for their delicious event appetizers, or in this case – ‘table-side’ sushi.
Photo: Toast of Town
And of course don’t forget fun and creative ways to get champagne into guests hands…
Photo: Toast of Town
Love this champagne wall? Don’t worry you don’t have to steal this one, just give us a call anytime and we’d be happy to help you set one up at your next event. Or we can brainstorm other fabulous ideas for your next gala or conference reception.
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