The bride and groom wanted a different type of a celebration for their global friends who joined them from all over the world. The MOA (Museum of Anthropology) offered just that. The setting was gorgeous and the location offered out of town guests a view of the city.
Diane was celebrating a Milestone Birthday and her family wanted to SURPRISE her with a customized Vegas Birthday Party. She arrived at the venue for what she thought was a small family dinner and was greeted by over a hundred of her closest friends and family. Her smile lasted the entire evening.
The objective of this Event Competition was to design a creative food display which was enticing. Guests entered the Art Gallery in awe as they were encouraged to take a wicker basket and “pick” their food from the living buffet. We were pleased to accept the first place trophy for The Garden of Eatin’ buffet display.
The deep colours of autumn and instantly recognizable Canadian icons such as the maple leaf and First Nations art were the inspiration for this décor theme. Our client wanted to offer guests an evening harbour cruise showcasing the most colourful season in our forests, along with a taste of the traditional and modern art from the West Coast.
A great event is like a road trip. A few surprises turns average into extraordinary and makes for lasting memories. And the custom-designed and branded event for this client proved to be no exception. Their annual awards night event needed an overhaul.
Cowell Night Live was an Annual Awards Night brought into the 21st Century! Bright Ideas took the age-old format of a Presenter announcing the Award Winners and getting their picture taken on stage to an all new level.
Bond. James Bond. Renowned for debonair sophistication, dry martinis, and good luck, whether he’s charming a beautiful woman, or going all in at the Baccarat Table. For the Diamonds Are Forever event, Agent 007 was the inspiration to reimagine a long-time client’s annual staff party, with all the luxurious touches James would expect. Event branding, décor, cuisine, and entertainment all reflected the Bond reputation for style and glamour.
The 1920’s Soiree Christmas staff event delivered all of the luxurious touches we had planned. Through strategic decisions regarding the décor, we created a colourful and elegant tableau for guests to enjoy a sophisticated and entertaining event.
“High Tea at Ascot” was a day fit for Kings and Queens. Guests arrived dressed in their best High Tea attire and were given a Racing Program for the Main Event. Activities included Royal Nail Art, Ascot Fashion, Her Majesty’s Artist, The Tea House and Ascot Memories with the most popular of all being the hilarious Horse Races on Stick Horses. On your mark… get set…
A staff appreciation event that stands out requires innovation. Our client wanted more than a typical ‘Christmas’ party – guests talking shop over food and drink, or worse yet, skipping the event entirely. We delivered, with a pre-event email invite promoting a party not to be missed, opportunities for interactive fun, unique décor elements, and of course seasonal favourites such as a visit with Santa.