We work with some of the Event Industry’s most creative event professionals, their events are nothing short of spectacular.  On the RED blog we highlight our design work and our creative collaborations with our “Uber” talented clients.

We were part of this amazing Hummingbird Nest Ranch transformation by Fancy That! Events. Planned and designed by Christine and Anita Fancy, this anniversary was one to remember! Delightful designs by Eddie Zaratsian and Tic-Tock Couture Florals dressed the venue.

The long and narrow hall in the grand stables was completely transformed with our Paris Dining Chairs and Versailles Tables placed end to end creating an 80′ feast table. Calligraphy by Katrina created tables numbers for each section. The seating chart was etched on Found Rentals distressed french doors. Such a great idea! Rose Gold Flatware from Casa de Perrin matched the Rose Gold Name Cards.

The lounge was created using our rich leather couches from the London Collection and Washington Rose Gold Tables. Our Balenciaga Mirror Bar and Barback was also used and a big hit for the guests.










Creative Team:

Planning and Design: Fancy That! Events
Floral and Design: Eddie Zaratsian/Tic-Tock Couture Florals
Event Rentals: Revelry Event Design
Tabletop: Casa de Perrin
Venue: Hummingbird Nest Ranch
Calligraphy: Calligraphy by Katrina
Cake: Fantasy Frostings
Rental Details: Found Rentals
Event Support: Amber Event Production/A Rental Connection
Photography: Callaway Gable

We were honored to be part of this incredibly special Polo inspired baby shower at Will Rogers planned by International Event Company! From mini cakes to the blue and white color scheme carried out in the floral design and accessories, this party was definitely a royal affair.

Our Versailles Dining Tables, Vienna Dining Chairs and Hedge Panels were the foundation for a really spectacular party. This incredible tabletop features the party’s blue and white color scheme, which really pops on our Versaille Wood Dining Tables. With genius floral design featuring inverted tulips by Mark’s Garden, this special dining table was one of the most innovative designs we’ve seen this year!

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A Candy buffet to die for. Seen here our Versailles wood dining tables.

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Featured here our White Washington nailhead trim chairs alongside a custom white linen with navy trim and navy inset panels

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Creative Team:

Coordination: International Event Company
Design: Revelry Event Design
Floral Design: Mark’s Garden
Venue: Will Rogers State Historic Park
Tent/Party Rental: Classic Party Rentals
Lighting: Images by Lighting
Ice: Ice Bulb
Caterer: The Kitchen for Exploring Food
Photographer: Samuel Lippke Studios
Tabletop Rentals: Casa de Perrin


The Fox Emmy After Party was held at Vibiana last weekend. We provided the design again this year. Angela and Romina from the Revelry Event Design team designed the space with our newest furniture lines.


Featured here is our Florence Sofa with custom pillows, 2 Gold Leaf Coffee Tables, our Florence Daybed placed in the center, 2 Siena Vanity Chairs and 2 Siena Caneback Vanity Chairs.



Featured here is our Palermo Natural Sofa, Barcelona Club Chairs (in natural and white), Versailles Vanity Chairs in white and oatmeal, Paris Coffee tables, Ottoman Pods and our London Side Tables.


Featured here is our Balenciaga Rose Gold Communal Stand-up Tables paired with our Versailles Cane Back Stool and Versailles White Stools


Featured here is our newest design – the Madrid Wood Bar. Layers of lovely carved frames and moldings.


Featured here is our Paris Grey Sofa, London Oval Coffee Table, Beverly Hills Spring Side Table, Siena Club Chair, Sequoia Gold Trunk Trio and our Gold Weave Ottoman.

Creative Partners: Venue, Food and Beverage: Vibiana/Chef Neal Fraser/Redbird LA | Planning and Design: Mindy Weiss | Floral Designs Marks Garden | Lighting: Ray of Lighting | Design: Revelry Event Design |Photography: John and Joseph

This gorgeous “Porcelain Chic” photoshoot we were part of is featured in Oh Brides Magazine. Our Florence Dining Table was dressed with gorgeous porcelain, opulent florals and our custom porcelain inspired chair covers. The perfect setting under the eyes at this private estate.








Coordinator/Designer: Aliana Events
Floral Design: Celio’s Design
Photography: Duke Photography
Parisian Chic Furniture: Revelry Event Design
Tableware: Casa de Perrin
Cake: Rafi’s Pastry
Stationery: Invitations by Ferial
Bridal Gown: R-Mine Bespoke

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As originally featured on Grace Ormonde:

“Amber Tyson’s friends were constantly trying to set her up with various bachelors. Despite there being no successful love connections in the past, her friend Sarah convinced her to attend a party, where she was introduced to Joshua Calhoun. The pair turned out to be the perfect match, and Joshua proposed eight months later at their Pasadena home.


With Joshua being the ninth out of thirteen children and Amber being the youngest of four, the wedding planning process soon began to accommodate a vast 700-person guest list with 15 bridesmaids, 15 groomsmen, and 11 flower girls and ring bearers. The Huntington Gardens in Pasadena made the perfect wedding venue, as it could accommodate the largescale celebration, and provided a fantastic backdrop for the wedding design and décor.

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The wedding date was set for February 7th, and an enormous tent was constructed to house guests for the cocktails and reception. A wooden walkway and platform were also built in the sculpture garden, in front of the fountain for the ceremony. Since the weather had been so picturesque, they decided to cancel their ceremony tent–which, of course, resulted in rain beginning to fall as guests were being seated for the ceremony. While waiting in a trailer with her sisters and mother, the bride called her groom to join them, as he was worried she would be upset. “I remember looking at my mother and, in that moment, I knew that I would not let her see one bit of distress on my face,” says the bride. “As much time and effort as she had put into this phenomenal wedding, I was not going to let anything put a damper on our mood.”


Thanks to some quick thinking, their wedding planner altered the schedule and instructed guests to head to the cocktail tent, where they enjoyed drinks and hors d’oeuvres first–all, while the crew frantically set up the reception tent to also house the ceremony, relocating the entire orchestra, AV system, and flowers. Once guests had found their seats, the bride and her brother made their way down the makeshift aisle between tables. “As soon as I walked in, everyone was on their feet cheering and giving me high fives,” she says. “I felt like I had just won the championship! The once daunting crowd of 700 felt like our most intimate group of friends and family in our living room.”


The couple were married by a dear family friend, Ambassador Andrew Young, and everyone could feel the energy in the room. It wasn’t until they were standing in front of their guests that they realized neither of them had rehearsed what they were going to say–so they just went with the flow. After a few premature, yet endearing “I do’s,” they finally got it right.


During the wedding planning process, someone had asked them what they wanted their daughter’s wedding to look like, which is a question that stuck in Amber’s mind. After the night came to an end, she and Joshua snuck into the sculpture garden where she said, “Maybe this is what our daughter’s wedding will look like.” The newlyweds are now pregnant with their first child–a baby girl.”

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Location: The Huntington Library
Planner: International Event Company
Event Design:Revelry Event Designers
Floral Design: Jacob Maarse Floral Design
Chairs: Chameleon Chair Collection
Rentals: Town & Country Event Rentals
Lighting:Images by Lighting
Cake: Joanie and Leigh’s Cakes
Photography: Curtis Dahl Photography/Nadine Froger Photography/Andrena Photography

We were part of this gorgeous tented wedding in Texas with neutral and gold color palette featured in Inside Weddings:

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Cameron Salehi & Winston Kelly

August 16  |  Midland, TX

Photographed by: Thisbe Grace Photography

Whenever Cameron Salehi and Winston Kelly want to relive the memories of their fairy-tale romance, all they need to do is open their very own storybook. After proposing to his sweetheart (whom he first met in high school) with a 110-year-old diamond that belonged to his great-great-grandfather, Winston revealed the custom tome he had created that told the narrative of their relationship, complete with photos, loving words, and signatures from their entire family. “It was really amazing the amount of time and effort he put into it,” Cameron says.

As both Cameron and Winston are natives of Midland, Texas, and currently reside in the city, planning a wedding in their hometown was a natural choice. “A lot of our friends had beautiful destination weddings, but we wanted everyone to come to our home and celebrate with us here,” she explains. To the bride’s delight, Winston remained very involved in helping her and their consultant plan a simple, personalized ceremony at the couple’s church and a tented reception on the lush grounds of a private country club.

In light of the spectacular reception that was to come, the pair opted to keep the décor of the sanctuary minimal, so as to focus the service on their commitment to each other. White flowers of nearly every variety, including roses, hydrangeas, and tulips, were displayed atop bullion urns and as a lovely hedge across the altar. Bridesmaids carried bouquets of matching blooms and wore elegant dresses they designed themselves, featuring gold bodices and floor-length taupe skirts. Before seeing his bride – who looked ravishing in a ball gown with a voluminous ruffled skirt – walk down the aisle, Winston expected to be emotional. “But when I saw her, I couldn’t stop smiling,” he remembers. “My heart was completely fulfilled knowing we were about to become husband and wife.” The groom’s sisters read an Irish blessing, and his cousin rang “The Steel Bell” – a 100-year-old bell named after Winston’s family that was brought out of the historic Fort Worth Masonic Temple just for the occassion.

While their 500 guests enjoyed cocktails outside the reception tent, Cameron and Winston took their first look at the magnificent ivory and gold structure, which had taken a week to build from scratch. “The walk-through of the tent before any guests had seen it was like walking into an imaginary place that had been brought to life,” says the groom. Luxurious swaths of vanilla fabric formed the ceiling and walls, which were constructed around preexisting trees that were wrapped with neutral flowers. “Everyone couldn’t believe they were the same trees that had been there for years!” Cameron exclaims.

A mixture of sofas, banquettes, ottomans, and intimate tables, all in shades of white, taupe, and gold, provided varied seating options for dinner. Tall glass vases brimming with eggshell-hued blossoms and crystals were placed around the room, and crystal chandeliers hung from the ceiling. But the focal point of the space was undoubtedly the shimmering installation that was suspended above the dance floor, which mimicked the wedding invitations as well as the dance floor design.

Since the father of the bride is Iranian and several guests had flown in from Iran to attend the celebration, a traditional Sofreh table displayed a spread of symbolic foods and décor elements. A live band with an impressive horn section entertained the crowd, followed by a DJ who spun hits until 2:30 a.m. Cameron was especially delighted by her father’s enthusiasm for their father-daughter dance to songs by Paul Simon and Hank Williams, Jr. and incorporating choreography for a few close friends. In addition to late-night snacks from the newlyweds’ favorite Midland eateries, two wedding cakes were served. Cameron’s dress inspired the first, which was an elegant pearl confection adorned with gold sugar flowers and geometric designs. The second was a stunning replica of the new football stadium at the University of Oklahoma, Winston’s alma mater. Eye masks printed with “Dreaming of… #kellycloud9” (the couple’s official hashtag) were appreciated favors after an unforgettable night of revelry.

Cameron acknowledges how easy it is for brides to get caught up in the small details and forget about the larger significance of the event. But she and Winston savored their moments together and the love shown by their friends and family, who were responsible for some of their favorite moments of their wedding. “At the end of the day you are surrounded by people that love you, marrying the person you love,” she points out, “and that’s all that matters.”

We worked on this fabulous event with Sonia Sharma Events at a private estate. These beautiful images come from Dina Douglass of Adrena Photography. Produced and designed by Sonia Sharma Events, this event called for pristine lounge furniture. Our day bed with a custom white cover was a perfect selection for this sophisticated event. A gorgeous shot in daylight shows off our White and Gold Custom Canopies and our White Ibiza Furniture Collection with gold accent tables provided shade and privacy during cocktails. Custom white and gold linens were designed for the event.

It’s all about the details. The pendants hung in the canopies, with the carved gold trim on a few of the furniture pieces and the lush floral design tie the entire look together. Our custom white and gold bars were placed under the  custom canopies with gold bar backs completing the look. We designed custom linens for the high-top cocktail tables with gold cording and tassels. Gorgeous 5′ floral designs were placed around the estate fountain, which made for a really special environment.









Production/Design: Sonia Sharma Events
Design and Rentals: Revelry Event Design
Party Rental: Classic Party
Lighting: Images by Lighting
Floral Design: The Empty Vase
Catering: Carmelized Productions
Entertainment: Zen Arts
Photographic Artistry: Dina Douglass

This beautiful wedding we worked on at Humming Bird Nest Ranch is featured on Grace Ormonde Wedding Style:

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Location: Hummingbird Nest Ranch | Cake: Rafi’s Pastry | Planner:Fancy That! Events | Event Design: Revelry Event Designers | Floral Design: Eddie Zaratsian Custom Florals and Lifestyle | Linen: White Night Event Rental | Tent and Rentals: Town & Country Event Rentals | Lighting: Amber Event Production | Stationery: Creative Works Design  | Calligraphy: Calligraphy Katrina | Wedding Dress and Veil: J’Aton Couture |  Groom’s Attire: Ermenegildo Zegna

We are honored to be featured in Grace Ormonde Wedding Style with two beautiful tabletops we worked on.


As originally featured in Grace Ormonde Wedding Style:

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“Topiaries featuring calla lilies, roses, hydrangea, dusty miller, tulips, amaryllis, cymbidium orchids, Italian ruscus and pittosporum on silver trumpet vases with matching floral garland.”

Location: The Huntington Library San Marino, CA; Planner: International Event Company Beverly Hills, CA; Event Design: Revelry Event Designers Los Angeles, CA; Floral Design: Jacob Maarse Floral Design Pasadena, CA; Chairs: Chameleon Chair Collection Inglewood, CA; Rentals: Town & Country Event Rentals Van Nuys, CA; Lighting: Images by Lighting Los Angeles, CA; Cake: Joanie and Leigh’s Cakes Bel Air, CA; Photography: Nadine Froger Photography Los Angeles, CA

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“Custom floral wall and tabletop composed of capiz shells, hydrangea, roses, lilies, tulips, cherry blossoms and eucalyptus leaves showcasing a suspended abyssal underworld design grouped with a 21-foot long floral tail.”

Table Design and Chair Covers: Jordan Payne Events Dallas, TX; Floral Design and Chair Covers: David Kimmel Design Dallas, TX; Chairs: Revelry Event Designers Los Angeles, CA; Rentals: Dish Wish Manhattan Beach, CA; Lighting: Images by Lighting Los Angeles, CA; NY; Flooring: BB Rodeo Dance Floor & Design LLC Los Angeles, CA; Photography: Brian Leahy Photography Santa Monica, CA

PicMonkey CollageAs originally featured on Strictly Weddings:

Today, we step into a styled shoot inspired by the traditional floating markets in Bangkok, Thailand with Sonia Sharma Events and Design and Celios Design. Originating in times and places where water transportation played and important role in daily life, floating markets were ways to sell vegetables, fruits and other goods from small boats. Most floating markets now operate as tourist attractions, with the most notable in Ratchaburi, Thailand called Damnoen Saduak.

Energized by the lively and bygone way of life, Sonia Sharma’s vision of her floating market was heightened with a fusion of color and beauty. A team consisting of Revelry Event DesignersEni Pra MakeupCouture Beauty TeamR-Mine Bespoke came together for the event, with the day captured by Andrena Photography


The team sourced tropical fruits and vegetables similar to those that are sold on the market in Thailand to recreate the atmosphere. Celio Paulo de Almeida’s recipe consisted of a mixture of flowers, fruits and vegetables using roses, garden flowers, daisies, sunflowers, carnations, apples, watermelons, peppers, mangos, pineapple, oranges, peaches, grapes and bananas.

They opted for the creation of a custom-made umbrella draped with full and delicate blooms over a traditional bouquet. The end result was simply stunning to behold.


Three R-Mine Bespoke gowns were worn by the model throughout the day. Arminé Ohanessian’s couture gowns magnetize the attention of fashion lovers around the world. As the creative designer of R-mine Bespoke, she compliments modernism with old-fashioned quality workmanship. R-mine caters to all occasions from timeless and elegant bridal gowns to show-stopping red carpet ensembles. The gowns used for the shoot included:

Chriselle: Vintage inspired silk chiffon gown with a pleated bodice; detailed with Chantilly lace cape sleeves which trail down to a deep low back. Skirt is hand draped and finished with a swarovski brooch.

Brooklyn: Halter neck gown with a plunging low back, made in a dotted charmeuse. Adorned with an art-deco inspired crystal belt.

Rosette: Strapless gown with a plunging v-neckline. Bodice is adorned with handmade rosettes and pleated detail. Skirt is hand draped and finished with a swarovski brooch. 


A truly beautiful vision. Dina Douglass shared with us her interpretation of the story from the day below in a short essay. 

She woke to find her dreams had been of flowers . . . flowers from the floating market on the midnight azure waters of her village. As the slumber fell from her eyes, she felt herself being drawn towards the water that had surrounded her since she was a girl. She dressed herself in white and tiptoed outside towards the beckoning call of the river. There, a parasol covered in vibrant blossoms awaited her hand. As she reached for it, she saw a red canoe floating nearby. The vessel was filled with flowers and fruits, each promising to take her on a journey bathed in mystery.

She stepped in, and the water gently carried her away from her home. She had always felt as one with the water and with the colors that now dotted the darkness of the river. The water knew her best, and she knew the water would know where to go.


Many thanks to this amazing California team for sharing their inspirational shoot exclusively with Strictly Weddings!


Coordination and Design: Sonia Sharma Events and Design
Production: Revelry Event Designers
Design and Floral: Celios Design
Couture Gowns: R-Mine Bespoke
Photography: Andrena Photography
Makeup: Eni Pra Makeup
Hair: Couture Beauty Team
Public Relations: Rayce PR