Remember that rainbow birthday party with colorful details post we shared a few weeks back? We had so much fun working with such a creative team on that one and enjoyed creating custom details specifically for that project. We’ve always been big fans of custom details, but sometimes for large events like a wedding, custom details don’t make the most sense financially. When you’re adding custom and unique details to table or event that is catered to a smaller group, the fun is in every aspect. You can splurge or maybe hire a company, like Tremaine Events, to help with your vision. If you don’t think hiring a company makes sense financially, you should keep reading. Because today we are sharing our tips on how to set a rainbow inspired table yourself and make your guests feel like the rock stars that they are.
If you were to ask us a few years ago what our style was, we would probably say very minimal and clean, not too much color. Boy oh boy, has that drastically changed. As I am sure you can imagine, the wedding and event industry is loaded with tons of repeat designs. Many of the beautiful styles, themes, aesthetics and colors that you see on Pinterest are super popular and usually get used quite a bit. It is a fun challenge for us to work on similar styles in different ways. So when Kris with Konsider It Done had this idea of a rainbow birthday party with colorful details stylized photoshoot, we knew we had to be a part of it. At first, it was such a busy time in our lives and a lot was going on with me personally, that we weren’t sure if we could make it work with. We knew that this shoot was going to be really unique and different than most things we do. From the beautiful rainbow balloon installation we did, showcasing our new modern brass flatware, and all the other details in between, we are so glad to have been a part of this rainbow birthday party with colorful details. (more…)
We’ve worked quite a few events… like, a lot. I mean, we started working in this industry back in 2014 and our company became official in 2015. Through out all of the events, I can say that the best part of working events is definitely the people you meet along the way. Some of the people we admired and looked up to, are now our closest friends. From brainstorming creative concepts, executing real client jobs or just chit chatting at Ollie Vaughn’s to figure out how to execute your next big project, the local community has played a big part of why we do what we do. Today, while scrolling through our archives of photography, we realized we didn’t share the pretty images from one of our favorite collaborative projects earlier this year; The Marry Mart. (more…)
We are finally sharing these images from this bright bridal shoot with a rainbow of color, that was featured on Wedding Chicks earlier this week. Luckily, we got to play a small part in it. Lauren Hansen, the owner and magic behind Lunabear Studios, asked if we would be able to lend her a chair for this colorful photoshoot she had dreamed up. We know Lauren is a talented force behind the camera and if we were to ever get images of a chair, we knew she would deliver them in the most unique and colorful way. And deliver she did! (more…)