Photo by Olive Photography I love exposed brick. So when I snagged the Gladstone Hotel as my wedding venue I was thrilled. Exposed brick galore! As an event planner, people’s expectations are rather high when you tell them you are planning your own wedding. I wanted to come up with the perfect backdrop for our ceremony and sweetheart table. I wanted to work with the rustic feel of the venue, but also have something that pops off the brick. I decided to make a vintage door backdrop. It turned out exactly how I had hoped - simple, elegant and in keeping with our rustic theme. I am going to share with you how I turned two boring doors into this backdrop that you could use for your own ceremony, a photo booth or a trade show backdrop.
Photo by Olive Photography Whether it’s a bride-to-be who loves her hometown, a small business wanting to connect with the locals or a company planning a conference for some out-of-towners, incorporating a city into your event decor can make for an
Photo by Olive Photography Centrepieces can get pricey! Most traditional fresh flower centrepieces can cost anywhere from $60 to more than $300 each! And while they are beautiful, not everyone has the budget for them, particularly when you have many tables