Photo by Olive Photography We love a good bargain! One way we save money for our clients on event decor is by substituting greenery for flowers. So when greenery became Pantone's 2017 colour of the year we were ecstatic. Known as nature's neutral, greenery can be paired with almost any colour and is an easy way to add life to your event decor. Today we discuss 5 of the best ways to use greenery at your next event.
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
Canada's birthday is upon us and you may have heard that this year is a biggie! Canada Day just screams an opportunity to host a party and with the warm weather upon us I think a BBQ fits the bill perfectly. Decking out your backyard in red and white is great, but sometimes we want to go for a more subtle look. I put together this inspiration board, still using some red and white, but incorporating other elements that are distinctively Canadian. In this post we talk food, decor and activities when planning your very own rustic Canada Day party.