Our company began as a small entertainment agency in 1973. After years of being a traveling musician, booking agent and graphic artist with theatrical design experience, a situation occurred where my client's decorator was unable to show up for a theme event.
Knowing my background in design, the client asked me to do something - anything to save their event. Having less than 12 hours to showtime, we briefly conferred on some ideas and decided to decorate with a huge expanse of fabrics and lighting effects. The theme was vaguely "Evening in Paris" and needed a light, airy, pastel palette of colors?on a very limited budget.
We purchased every yard of netting, tulle and silk fabric we could find prior to store closings. Our entire crew worked through the night draping and hanging fabrics to create a lush setting of a Paris niteclub on the 1920s. Sort of Toulouse Lautrec meets Moulin Rouge.
We created centerpieces from baguettes, vegetables and herbs. Table overlays from gold lame fabrics. We covered empty boxes with wallpaper and fabrics to create a stage backdrop. We borrowed cafe chairs from a local restaurant and made a few large props from cardboard, foam scrap and spray paint.
The end result was stunning. The client was very happy and at that moment I was hooked on planning parties and special events.
We still approach each job as a blank canvas. While we now have more experience and resources to draw from, I still love it when a client says "show me what you have in mind?"
So Why Us?
Being a small boutique business, we can offer you hands-on, personalized advice and service. Your costs are also kept down as we specialize in inexpensive ways of doing things through the creative use of common items. We have lots of different decor ideas that have worked well in past events you may want to consider.