Check out this fun pic from a recent wedding. Guests love photo booths and we love doing them… but with a twist. When you go beyond the white wall backdrop, you allow guests to let their creativity run wild, providing for a much more fun and memorable picture.
We had our annual employee party this week and this time we went aquatic. We all boarded a bus for Lake Ray Hubbard and took a sunset cruise on Harbor Lights, a 57-foot powerboat with an enclosed main deck and an open upper deck. We had Mexican food and margaritas and lots of fun. We danced, we hula hooped and we did the limbo. Fun prizes were given out and Lizzie Bellinger took home the biggest, a Margaritaville Machine complete with Patron tequila.
This one is going to be hard to top, but I can’t wait until next year!
Check out the amazing paper goods from a wedding we did last weekend. Can’t wait to show you the wedding photos!
Stationery by Paradise Design Co. | Monogram by Color Box Design & Letterpress
We love doing special projects like these one-of-a-kind hats we made for a Kentucky Derby watching party last week. Now I know why they call this race the “Run for the roses!”
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Some fun dance pictures from a wedding we did in Cabo. Todd was fully into the “Gangnam Style”, me not so much!
Thanks for the great pictures Liz Banfield, we love working with you.
Even my precious little niece is drinking the Todd Events Kool-Aid. Way to rock the orange & pink!
We just got back from a wonderful trip to the Magic Kingdom. We went to Disney World in Orlando, FL to talk with them regarding their amazing Fairy Tale Wedding program. We toured their properties and got a chance to go behind the scenes at Disney Event Group. The DEG is responsible for all the exciting, fun and creative events that happen at their properties. It was awesome to see how they do it and meet key team members from sales, creative, floral, media and production. They even welcomed us with a cool floral arrangement of my name.
And did I mention we got to have a little fun too?! Well it was a lot of fun and I got to bring my partner Ceron, Josh Madans – our Director of Marketing – and his family, and the Wrubel family as well. It was non-stop fun and VIP treatment as we experienced all four Disney properties and road over 15 rides. All in all, it definitely made me “The Happiest Todd on Earth”.
We in the event industry can learn a lot from the high standard for customer service that Disney has set. They take great pride in their work and make sure that all their guests are well taken care of, something I know we all strive for. So stayed tuned for more exciting news on this front.
Finally a special thanks goes out to Korri McFann, Michelle Smits and the best Disney guide ever, Lauren Hower.
Talk about taking “his and hers” to the next level! We built two beautiful flower walls for a recent wedding to showcase the bride and groom cakes.
The bride’s was created of floral in soft apricot, cream, antique pink, coral, soft brandy, orange and vanilla tones. And the groom’s was a wall created from all blue hydrangeas in masse. Over 800 stems! And not to be out done by the beautiful towering wedding cake, his “cake” was created from his favorite choice of sweets. Macaroons in berry, vanilla and caramel flavors stacked on their sides to create a tower of his own.
Today on The Knot Blog we show how to work with the existing features of a venue to turn a trouble spot into the
focal point of an event.