Bright Ideas Blog
Bright Ideas was contracted by a local Audi dealership to produce a high-end VIP Grand Opening event that also needed to highlight the company’s 50th Anniversary.
Through strategic decisions about the décor and creative measures to address budget cuts, we created a colourful and elegant tableau for guests to enjoy a sophisticated and entertaining event.
Each year in January, we produce the Annual Staff Recognition Gala for this repeat client at a stylish downtown Vancouver venue and this year was no exception!
A holiday trip around the world in a single evening? It seems impossible, but Bright Ideas’ imagination, experience, and creativity made it happen with Christmas Around The World.
The classic movie, A Christmas Carol, was the inspiration for the theme chosen by our client for the annual Holiday Staff Party because he loved the movie.
The client wanted new and different. ‘Give us something that’s a big change from the same hotel ballroom and the same boring party!’ Visualize the Roaring Speakeasy
Many people told us that it was not possible to build a western town in a train station, but we had optimism and didn’t listen to them. And it was a good thing that we didn’t.
To celebrate 50 years in business, we needed the courage to dream big and create a unique, vibrant theme that would appeal to both adults and children.
We start the 2020 Summer Study Series off with one of my favorite words. Resilience.
To me personally, this word means the ability to do anything. Never giving up. Always pushing through.
Bright Ideas is proud to announce that we offer a customizable Virtual Event Consulting Service that will fit your needs and turn your virtual event planning task from a headache to a complete success!
In mid-March, 2020 when the Coronavirus caused everyone to stay home, I had no idea that I would learn so much about myself.
Some of the things I knew, but many others were quite surprising to discover.
The Why A month ago, I felt numb as I witnessed an entire year of events disappear in a matter of days. I experienced a million different feelings but mostly I felt paralyzed. What was I supposed to do next? There were dozens of industry websites with information but...