The Gaylord Palms in adjacent Kissimmee recently hosted a fam trip for planners to showcase its $50 million renovation.
Pew Internet surveys find that 10 percent of Americans use their cellphone to make a charitable contribution by text message, and more than 33 percent of smartphone owners use their phones for online banking services like paying bills or to check their balance.
LED walls are getting more affordable and flexible, but planners still need to consider these guidelines when renting one.
Content is key.
Know the content you want to deliver from the very beginning. This will help determine the proper application and design for the LED wall.
This LED glassware will be the “light” of the party with its changing colors and patterns. LiteRays project dazzling images or text onto surrounding surfaces, including tables, bar tops, plates, serving platters, cakes, gift packaging and more—all from the bottom of the glass.
Light up your centerpieces and tables in a whole new way with Koyal’s Point ‘n Party lights. There’s no need to light each individual table before the event begins.
We took a little spin around the event world to pick up some mini-trends that seem to be catching on big time. Freshen up your next event with one of these ideas!
Fantasy and illusion are the inspirations for Pantone’s 2012 Fall Color Report, released the first day of New York Fashion Week. Tangerine Tango plays a pivotal role in the palette, as expected. But it’s joined by versatile neutrals and bold spirited hues such as Pink Flambè and Bright Chartreuse.
Rose Brand’s newest fabric, Kaos, is a handmade, paintable material that features a random, chaotic texture. Available in fine, medium, heavy or open thread, Kaos can be used for set designs, trade shows, special events, interior design and costumes.
These pretty tissue flowers come in 12 colors, making them a practical, cost-effective way to brighten up your next event.
Move over roses. The latest trend in floral is using what some think of as weeds mixed in with traditional arrangements to add texture. Think sage, jasmine, sweet peas and Queen Anne’s lace to name a few, according to Carly Cylinder of Flour LA.