How to celebrate 50 years of country club history so that members of all ages can share the experience? We found the answer; Five Decades of Fun! Upon arrival guests spun the Wheel of Time to see which decade, from the 1960 to 2000, would be their entry into the club’s history. From there they enjoyed activities, food, and music particular to each era by visiting five different tents.
Have a green thumb? Guests got the chance to show off their planting skills at the 16th Annual Client Appreciation Picnic held at the Brock House in Vancouver. After selecting their own personal basket and decorating it with their creative flair, guests “shopped” for plants to add to their basket. Adorable gardening sets were awarded to the top 3 baskets.
Staff of Best Buy in Burnaby, BC were in for a treat when they walked out into their staff parking lot. A carnival had been set up complete with Carnival Games, Popcorn, Cotton Candy and Sno Cones. The biggest attraction by far with the motorized go-carts where staff competed in friendly races.
Guests were treated to a complete 1950′s experience with Antique Cars, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Creative 1950 Crafts & Activities and Old Fashioned Sundaes. A beautifully packaged box of nostalgic 1950′s Candy was awarded for the best dressed female and male. The hit of the party; decorating your own Cat Eye Glasses & Chiffon Scarves.
Local VIP’s and dignitaries gathered for a first-hand look at a new development in New Westminster, BC. A reception followed at the Fraser River Discovery Centre where historical displays of The Brewery District were available for viewing.
Over 2,000 guests filled the streets, parking lot and credit union branch in celebration of the opening of the Burnaby Heights Westminster Savings Credit Union. Bobs and Lolo entertained the eager crowd while others tried to win prizes in the money booth.
Honoring the First Nations’ connection to our region is an increasingly popular theme for many of our clients. The event featured traditional dancing and drumming, a menu with an emphasis on locally-grown ingredients, and décor with a West Coast theme. This theme is especially popular with overseas guests, who love the opportunity to learn about and enjoy British Columbia’s native cultures.
The bride was beautiful, and so was the décor for this intimate garden wedding. Bright Ideas ensured every detail was perfect, transforming the outdoor areas at this private home into an elegant setting for a summer wedding, with color-coordinated flowers, table linens, and desserts. A beautiful white tent ensured weather couldn’t dampen spirits, and provided the setting for the ceremony, an exquisite dinner, and dancing all night long.
When Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko of Japan came to Vancouver for their first official visit together, Bright Ideas was awarded the task of ensuring the official arrival went off without a hitch. Accommodating the demands of security, protocol, media, and the public meant that every aspect of the visit had to be coordinated with a variety of government and other official organizations.
Guests didn’t need to fly to Tahiti to get a taste of this Tropical Paradise. Grass skirts, daring fire-spinners, delicious tropical fruits and tasty appetizers all contributed to this event’s Polynesian feel. To join in the fun, guests were invited to wear their favorite Hawaiian shirt, while hula dancers got everyone’s hips swinging during the evening’s entertainment.