Bright Ideas Blog
In the past, we’ve told you a lot about our Corporate Events. Client Appreciations, Annual Staff Awards, Grand Openings, Fundraising Galas, and the like. But in addition to these customized events, we have also been entrusted with the official Welcoming Ceremony of some of the world’s most adored dignitaries, even royalty!
“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. Even the small children were dressed in themed outfits.
Bright Ideas Events was responsible for the management of this Global Software Conference at the Marriott Pinnacle Hotel in downtown Vancouver. The Conference ended with an Awards Dinner.
Haven’t quite convinced you of the value a Summer theme could bring to your next corporate event? The Quick Guide to Summer Themes continues here and now with Part Two of why Summer themes are a MUST!
We’re going to provide you with a Quick Guide on why, even in the deepest, darkest corner of Winter, even for a squanky Gala, even at the Ritz, Summer Themes are a MUST! This week and next, Bright Ideas Events is highlighting Summer Themes in a two-part blog series
This customized Spring Wedding was more than the bride and groom had hoped for. Their main focus was that they wanted to hold the wedding at the groom’s parents home and make the day ‘family friendly’.
Whether it’s a trip through time or countries, a Road Trip is a great theme to highlight key moments or locations that have contributed to the overall success of your company.
Spring. It’s still too cold to host your event fully outdoors. That doesn’t mean you can’t conjure up thoughts of the warmer summer temperatures to come in the minds of your guests by ‘taking’ them to some place hot. Hot like Miami!
As part of our involvement in the Event Community in Vancouver, BC, Canada we entered into a Buffet Competition to create the most interesting Food Display. The objective of this Event Competition was to design a creative food display which was enticing for guests....
It’s 2017. The beginning of a shiny New Year! Your business resolution is likely to increase sales year-over-year. The most cost-effective way to do this is to host several promotional events throughout 2017. So let’s plan your annual events right now!
The 2017 Pantone color of the year has been announced and it is ‘Greenery’, or more specifically, Pantone 15-0343.
Getting a peek into the world of Pantone is what event producers and designers dream of! From their market making or breaking ‘colors of the year’, to their general usefulness when it comes to selecting a color to paint a backdrop or furniture, Pantone is an all-round event industry favorite when it comes to color.
Welcome to the Year of the Rooster! The Chinese New Year 2017 of the Fire Rooster will start on January 28, 2017 – the second New Moon after the Solstice – and last until February 15, 2018. We are getting out of a pretty confusing period of time and entering a rational and constructive period. Thank goodness is all us event planners can say!