Seventy-fifth birthdays are always occasions for celebration. But when hundreds of thousands of people turn out to help an international icon like the Golden Gate Bridge mark that milestone, event planning can get complicated. That’s when San Francisco’s Foghorn Creative steps in.
You saw them here first—the new floral collection of chair covers from Chameleon Chair. These sassy prototypes are a mixture of bold statements and quiet elegance with a touch of whimsy, and take flowers where they’ve never been before. See something you love?
So you have a client who wants lots of special detailed touches on the big day, but who doesn’t have the budget to carry it off. Enter origami, the art of Japanese paper folding. These little treasures can be used for everything from ceremony backdrops to centerpieces to hanging décor. Better yet, your couple can do the origami themselves, saving loads of money.
The Lovegevity Wedding Planning Institute has announced that it is offering Fast Track seminars this summer. These intensive one-day seminars are designed to take your career to the next level, and are being offered throughout the United States. Locations include San Francisco, Los Angeles, Maryland/Virginia/Washington D.C., and Fort Worth, TX.
It’s not at all uncommon for beloved pets to be a part of the wedding ceremony and reception these days. But one creative company in Italy is taking the concept a step further.
From bold and brassy to soft and organic, linen styles for this summer are anything but boring.
When Porsche started making plans to introduce its new 911 model to its dealers and mechanics late last year, it turned to industry icon John Daly to create a venue that would accommodate its guests in luxury and style.
The Knot has released its much anticipated wedding report, which surveyed nearly 18,000 couples who were wed in 2011. And the news is good for suppliers to the weddings industry.
One of our industry’s mantras in recent years is to make sure that event planners and designers touch all the senses. Hotels, it seems, are catching on to this idea.
You’ve heard about it, read about it and have seen it plastered all over Facebook and Twitter. Maybe it’s time to take the plunge and dig into Pinterest to see what all the hype is about.