We have a gorgeous wedding to share held in Downtown Los Angeles at the Biltmore Hotel planned by Exquisite Events. The focal point of the room included our RED exclusive Freestanding Hook Chandeliers and 8′ Gilded Mirrors. It’s all about the lighting and the reflections. We constructed a royal stage consisting of 3 Freestanding Gilded Mirrors with a Freestanding Hook Chandeliers in front of each mirror. Our Blush Tufted Sofa from the Hampton Collection was accessorized with gold Paris coffee and accent tables.

John Solano Photography captured some of the loveliest images of the Biltmore Hotel. Amy from Hidden Garden Floral Studio and Matias of Revelry Event Designers. Chair Covers and Linens from Wildflower Linens.

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There is a lot of pressure in helping to design Mindy Weiss’ son’s wedding. For obvious reasons, this wedding had to be spectacular…and it was. The Bookbindery’s exposed beams and brick provided an elegant, yet down-to-earth feeling. The walls were draped in cream and taupe fabric and our Versailles furniture collection was used for the ceremony and throughout the entire reception. We even custom made chair covers with fabric flowers and designed and produced all of the linens.

The 14-foot long rustic, wooden tables were handmade in our warehouse and a variety of beautiful chandeliers hung from the exposed ceiling, some of which were encased in wrought iron birdcages. We created a round, cream and taupe striped, custom-made bar to complement the striped dance floor and set up lounge areas all around the reception for guests to relax and socialize in style. We also built the stage treatment, which included vintage mirrors as the backdrop. The wedding turned out to be truly unique and timeless.

We can’t thank you enough, Mindy Weiss, for entrusting us with this special day!














Mindy Weiss

Revelry Event Designers ~ Rentals & Design

Elizabeth Messina Photography ~ Photography
Mark’s Garden ~ Floral Design
Resource One ~ Linens
Barker Décor Service ~ Rentals
Classic Party Rentals ~ Rentals
Images by Lighting~ Lighting Design
The BookBindery & Brick Building ~ Venue

For this artistic wedding with Mindy Weiss, we used our Garden Collection for cocktail hour, draped the reception and hung the most awesome chandeliers and pendant lights!  Not to mention the green hedge walls added a nice texture to the dining room. The wedding took place at a private residence in Montecito, California.  Floral design by Mark’s Garden, lighting by Images by Lighting, Flooring by SEC Floor and elevations


Montecito Wedding with Mindy Weiss

Montecito Wedding with Mindy Weiss

Montecito Wedding with Mindy Weiss

Montecito Wedding with Mindy Weiss

Montecito Wedding with Mindy Weiss

Alfresco Wedding with Mindy Weiss

It’s all about cohesive mismatched seats and paper lanterns for this alfresco wedding reception with Mindy Weiss. Chandeliers were hung amongst the paper lanterns creating a magical ambiance and lace accents adorned the tabletops and chair covers. After dinner, guests went inside for some drinks, dancing and lounging on our New York Sofas. Thank you to Dalal Photography for capturing the event!

Outdoor Wedding Reception

Outdoor Wedding Reception with Paper Lanterns

Lace chair cover

Outdoor Wedding Reception

Wedding After Party

 Wedding and Event Planner: Mindy Weiss Party Consultants

Venue: Hotel Bel Air

Photographer: Dalal Photography

Special Occasions Event Planning enlisted us for decor for this super chic graduation party at The Bookbindery. We used the Los Angeles collection for the lounge furniture. The space was softened up with chandeliers and oversized mirrors. A draped cabana was set up for a VIP section.

Class of 2013 Graduation Party

Class of 2013 Graduation Party

Class of 2013 Graduation Party

Designer/Producer: Special Occasions Event Planning | Lighting: Images by Lighting | Rentals: Classic Party Rentals | Décor: Revelry Event Designers | Catering: Fat Burger | Venue: Book Bindery

Blue and White Rehearsal Dinner with Mindy Weiss

This elaborate blue and white rehearsal dinner with Mindy Weiss was featured in Inside Weddings. We draped the tent at the Beverly Wilshire with gorgeous blue and white striped linen for a preppy look and suspended geometric pendants all around the room. Outside for cocktails, we used the Garden Willis collection for seating with the Bangkok accent tables to add a graphic element outside the tent. Gorgeous images provided by Jose Villa and floral design by Mark’s Garden.

Green and purple Escort Card table

Outside cocktail lounge

geometric pendants and striped tent

geometric pendants and striped tent

geometric pendants and striped tent

geometric pendants and striped tent

Initial Hedges


Chandeliers: Part 4

It’s finally time to turn out the light on our beautiful chandelier series! We hope you’ve enjoyed viewing the vast assortment of Revelry’s chandeliers and don’t forget you can custom order for your next event!

1 tier crystal chandelier 1

1 tier crystal chandelier II

 2 tier crystal chandelier 1

2 tier crystal chandelier 2

3 tier crystal chandelier


Chandeliers: Part 3

More beautiful Revelry chandeliers! Enjoy!

Tuxedo Chandelier

Murano Shade Chandelier

Box Chandelier

Black Chandelier 1

Black Chandelier 2

Berlin Chandelier

Art Deco Chandelier

Antler Chandelier



Chandeliers: Part 1

A beautiful chandelier can be the design focal point of a beautiful room! We love chandeliers and will be doing a series of blog posts to show off our vast inventory here at Revelry. To set the mood, let’s start of with a history of chandeliers.

The first candle chandeliers were introduced in medieval times. They were simple fixtures, made of wood on which candles balanced. (Fire hazard!). During the 15th century, other designs began to surface, including ring and crown designs, but these chandeliers were still only found in the homes of the nobility or upper class. The chandelier was a symbol of luxury and status.

In the early 18th century, more ornate chandeliers were being designed with long, curved arms and lots of candles. Even the middle class now had some illumination at night! Cast metals and wood were used and Neoclassical motifs were common during this time. Then, advances in glassmaking allowed less expensive production of lead crystal and the crystal chandelier was born!

Gas chandeliers were popular in the mid-19th century and most candle chandeliers were converted to gas. (Goodbye fire hazard!). Then when electricity was introduced in the 1890s, dual-purpose chandeliers were made to use both gas and electricity, until eventually the standard became fixtures wired only for electricity.

By the end of the 20th century, the chandelier became more of a decorative fixture, than practical. But today’s chandeliers can give off a subtle, ambient light to set the perfect mood for an event.


Florence Chandelier

Pink Chandelier

Purple Chandelier

Red Chandelier

Crystal Chandelier JLO

Murano Chandelier

Metal Chandelier (4 arms)

Metal Chandelier (8 arms)

Iron Candle Chandelier

Crystal Ball Chandelier

White Ball Chandelier

White Curves Chandelier

Red Chinese Chandelier