October 1, 2018 11:17 am
Together with Sacks Productions, we completely transformed Montage Beverly Hills for a very special guest birthday celebration of Bui Simon. We even rolled out the red carpet for this one. To start things off, we created a shiny and 24k gold details flower-filled entrance for our magical birthday party. With exquisite draping and an art ceiling installation made from metallic spheres, this party was looked as elevated and luxurious as our muse. From the Metallic Sphere Art Installation ceiling to the Laser cut mylar curtains walls, no details were left untouched. The stage was designed with a multi-faceted mirror design that added a sparkle at every turn. Custom banquets in both curved and straight designs paired alongside our custom gold mirrored tabletop... Read More
May 29, 2018 7:00 am
Inside Weddings has featured our beautiful Brentwood Country Club Wedding of Brittney and Sean in their Spring 2018 issue. Together with Linda Howard Events for planning, Mark’s Garden for flowers, and the rest of the creative team, we were able to design such an incredible wedding. Keep reading to see an excerpt from the feature and more photos below. Alongside the mother of the bride and Linda Howard of Linda Howard Events, the couple spent the next year planning their nuptials. “When you work with Linda, you don’t have to worry about the unexpected,” the bride notes. A local Los Angeles country club made for the perfect venue to host their vision of classic elegance. The ceremony was held on the... Read More
November 20, 2017 6:00 am
Beautifully captured by Jake Rosenberg of Coveteur, almost every gorgeous moment of this elegant Colorado mountains wedding can seen in photos here. The couple’s excellent taste in decor had us pull in furniture with fun prints and colors to mix and match with their style. To start, the elegantly tented reception was adorned with overflowing florals in shades of whites and creams with touches of greenery by Flower Wild. The florals were paired off seamlessly with both our Florence Dining Rectangle Wood Table and Florence Dining Table Round as tabletops and Naples Dining Chair in Amber as seating as guest dined to food catered by Caribou Club. Details went beyond as Casa de Perrin provided some of prettiest china in a surprising shade of cream and touches of blue. Overall, it was a... Read More
October 23, 2017 9:00 am
We were honored to be a part of a surprise birthday party over at Montage Beverly Hills. The birthday space was exquisitely designed with intricate details in the birthday girl’s favorite color, pink. We provided the rentals and decor that was completed with champagne linens and chair covers by Wildflower Linens. Centerpieces by Mark’s Garden were luscious with lavender phalaenopsis orchids, peonies, or roses in shades of pink housed in a bold golden vase. Table tops featured Casa De Perrin’s white and gold rimmed scallop charger plates, pink glassware and gold flatware for the the table setting and then was finished off with a party favor for each guest. Guest were able to take home cake pops and individual bud vases of tea roses. Lastly even the cake incorporated the... Read More
March 18, 2015 12:53 pm
We recently collaborated with Sonia Sharma of Sonia Events and Celio’s Design to create this gorgeous tabletop design at Caroline Trans Propel Workshop. Propel focuses on helping artists build a sustainable business, and establishing their style when they shoot. They cover topics anywhere from marketing & branding to workflow. And of course, they always have a couple of beautifully styled shoots for lots of hands-on practice. Caroline walks you through how she approaches a shoot. The images from our design follow.
March 2, 2015 1:06 pm
We’re featured in the The Knot. Thank you Sterling Events for including us in this lovely Wedding.
March 2, 2014 3:47 pm
At the 73rd annual Academy Award Governor’s Ball, held for the last time at the historic Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Edgardo Zamora, CEO of Revelry Event Designers, made his debut as art director. Our inspiration for the event was the Edwardian Era, King Edward was the son of Queen Victoria. After the heaviness, clutter and dark colours of Victorian interiors, people wanted something elegant, new and cheerful. Edwardian style was a breath of fresh air. To create this opulent look we installed a hand painted fabric ceiling. The structural truss was slip-covered and a “Revelry Artisan” hand painted the Acanthus Leaf design. The ceiling installation included a full fabric treatment, hand painted truss covers and (8) 2′ wide by 7′ tall chandeliers... Read More