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When was the last time you went to a carnival party? With help from our sister company, Three Petals, a carny soiree was born. A night filled with chatter and laughter. Games, tickets, prizes! A modern take on the perpetual classic circus. The decor, down to the very last detail, transformed our "blank canvas" into a festive indoor carnival. This truly was a team effort! A shout out must be given to our photographer, Fidel Gomez, from Golden Stillz for capturing the ambiance all while manning our Ring Toss booth. Our MC, Joey Tran, was full of energy and just great overall to work with. Exactly, what you're looking for in a MC. We've worked with VOX DJs in the past, and the company overall is awesome. We had Nick Messerly as the DJ of the night; He did not disappoint and kept the attendees on their feet. A shout out to Bart's Cart for the snacks and game rentals! Lastly, to RWB for the party props.
Planning: Debby Boh Events
Video: Alice Gherasim
Floral Design: Three Petals
Linens: Wild Flower Linen
Table: Baker Party Rental
Tableware: Borrowed BLU
Invite Suite: The Duo Studio
Desserts: Sweet Crumb Cakery
Accessories: Petals and Stones
Models: Daniel Sobieray | Laine O'Connor
Here at Venue, we are more than happy to assist our clients with their layout. This was such a novel experience for Venue and we loved it! This collective of talented photographers approached us and had asked us to help them transform the space into an interactive art gallery. It could not have turned out better. Check out the photos below for some highlights of the night.
After months of planning, Ashley's special day couldn't have come any sooner. This event is gonna be the talk of the century for Ashley and her friends! Three Petals never ceases to amaze us, the birthday girl gave them a vision, and I think its safe to say they blew it out of the water! Who said dry events couldn't be fun? Ashley's friends and family arrived in class, wearing all white, they brought the roof down and partied the night away! Check out pictures below for a party fully equipped with a floral inspired photobooth, boba bar, candy table, and a surprise guest appearance from "Box of Beats", amazingly talented beatboxer!
We love multi-cultural weddings! What do you get when you mix Vietnamese and Cambodian traditions? A night filled with consuming spirits, TONS of food, and gorgeous cultural attire! It feels like just yesterday that Julia and Larry were walking down the aisle and reading their wedding vows. When you see the way that Julia and Larry look at one another it's easy to see how much they love one another. They were such a pleasure to work with and we couldn't be happier with how these photos turned out.
For the last few years, Three Petals has had a feature in Ceremony Magazine. Last year, one of our bouquet's was even featured on the cover! This year, they were able to join forces with us here at Venue and feature both businesses. The designers put together two tablescapes for their audience. The first one was a beautiful "country chic" tablescape displayed in front of Venue's living wall and the second look was what we'd like to call a "modern garden". Check out the photos below!
Upon initially meeting Renee Elise (Coordinator) for our walk-through of Venue and hearing her vision for this Mt. Everest themed birthday party, I knew it was going to be something that we've never seen before. As her vision came to life, we were blown away with the final product. There was no detail that was overlooked when planning this event for such an inspirational birthday boy, Mike Gibbons! To give you a bit of a back story, Mike Gibbons has climbed the 7 summits of the world, including Everest… Twice! To pay tribute to this amazing talent Renee recreated Mt. Everest's base camp at Venue. Starting with a Nepal themed entrance, leading up to tents stationed with the Base Camp sequence progression paired with elevation level printed onto the floor. From there the guests were transitioned to a Museum filled with Gibbon's rock climbing gear, clippings of articles that document his journey, and various pieces of memorabilia from his excursions. To top it all off, the food was phenomenal! Hors d'oeuvres were provided and themed to match the setting of the station that it was at. The guests finished off the night with fresh baked chocolate-chip cookies paired with ice cold milk shots out of a the Mt. Everest ice sculpture. What a night!