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12Jul

Post Wedding Brunch in Malibu

What a great way to end a beautiful wedding! This tangerine and turquoise Mindy Weiss post-wedding brunch at a private estate in Malibu was beach chic. We created a custom-made tangerine bar that sat underneath a gorgeous Raj Tent and we decorated with some feminine white lounge furniture, ottomans and wood tables to complete the look. Mark’s Garden designed some stunning florals in tangerine, fuchsia, brown and green that were completely unique and perfect for this party.

mindy weiss post wedding brunch in malibu

mindy weiss post wedding brunch in malibu

mindy weiss post wedding brunch in malibu

mindy weiss post wedding brunch in malibu

mindy weiss post wedding brunch in malibu

mindy weiss post wedding brunch in malibu

mindy weiss post wedding brunch in malibu

mindy weiss post wedding brunch in malibu

mindy weiss post wedding brunch in malibu

mindy weiss post wedding brunch in malibu

 

Photographer: Elizabeth Messina

Venue: Private Estate in Malibu

Decor: Revelry Event Designers

Tents: Raj Tents

Floral Design: Mark’s Garden

Rentals: Classic Party Rentals

Planner: Mindy Weiss Party Consultants


09Jan

Geller Events

We love working with the very talented Geller Events! With 14 years of experience, Debbie Geller has created an incredible boutique company that has produced some of the most beautiful events including weddings, social parties and corporate functions. They’ve planned events throughout the U.S., Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico and Europe and they are committed to limiting the number of weddings and events they take on each year so they can ensure their clients receive personalized attention and care.

We’ve worked with Geller Events so many times over the years and have a little sample of our beautiful collaborations to share with you! Enjoy!

 

Second event photos by Marianne Lozano.

 


06Jan

The Hidden Garden Floral Design

 

Amy Marella turned her passion for floral design and creative talents into a successful floral design company: The Hidden Garden Floral Design. Amy started by creating arrangements for friends and family as a hobby and this led her to open The Hidden Garden in 1999. She established herself as a top florist in L.A. for everyday flowers, premiere entertainment events, weddings, corporate events, formal galas, awards ceremonies and holidays.

The Hidden Garden creates beautiful designs and their work is often very unique. They’ve appeared in national magazines such as People, Inside Weddings, InStyle Weddings and many more. The Hidden Garden provides daily floral décor services for corporate and private clients including Tiffany & Co. of Beverly Hills and Century City. They also design extraordinary weddings at high-end hotels & resorts such as The Four Seasons, Casa Del Mar, Shutters on the Beach, and The Beverly Hills Hotel.


09Dec

The Art of Transformation, Part 6: Props

At Revelry Event Designers, anything that isn’t a piece of furniture, fabric or lighting is labeled a “prop.” While furniture and fabric may be the cake and frosting of my designs, props are definitely the nonpareils of my creation. They provide the finishing touches and complete the look.

Some of my props include shoji screens and other room dividers, oversized ornately framed mirrors, fire walls comprised of metal shelving units on which I place votives to create a glowing panel of light, as well as other decorative elements such as garlands of mirror disks and beautiful capiz shells. But if forced to confess, my most exalted and useful prop would have to be the bar.

Bars are a fundamental element in many of the parties I create and their design and look are as diverse as the clients who hire me. There are times when a bar is a seemingly inconsequential element of the party, often nestled along a wall, surrounded by any number of food and dessert buffets. In these instances, the design is usually kept simple and can even be a rented banquet table covered with a beautiful fitted or tufted cloth. But there are those parties when the bar gets pulled from the shadows and placed center stage and it is during these moments that my mind reels with all the possibilities.

I have a number of bars capable of accepting the starring role. Made of a light-weight metal and comprised of multiple units, they can be arranged to form a square, circle or even an oval. And since the surfaces are removable, I can easily alter the look. Likewise, I have a variety of shelving units used as back bars. The possibilities for beautiful and functional bars are endless and we are experts and custom-designing the perfect bar for any event!

 

Reflecting the Manhattan Skyline. Rather than set up a bar as a single unit, try scattering glasses, beverages and other items over a series of “building’like” risers. Start by making five or six plywood cubes; some tall and narrow, others short and wide. Paint the boxes different shades of grey and accent with squares of white to mimic lit windows. Arrange the cubes into a “neighborhood” and complete with stacks of sparking glasses adn bottles of libations. The more “buildings” the more effective the look. This same treatment also looks stunning with each cube wrapped in a brightly colored fabric.


21Nov

Spooky Soiree at the Beverly Wilshire

This very spooky Steven Petrarca party at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel was a lot of fun to help create. We decorated using our brown lounge furniture and created a dark and cozy lounge complete with red chandeliers and brown chiffon draped on the ceiling. The rooftop deck was edgy, fun and comfortable and included lots of Revelry seating, more chandeliers and mirrored tables. They even projected old scary movies onto a brick wall! Thanks Marianne Lozano Photography for these frightening photos!

Photography: Marianne Lozano Photography
Event Planner: Steven Petrarca Events
Furniture, Chandeliers, Draping: Revelry Event Designers
Lighting: The Lighter Side


02Nov

Canopies, Chuppahs and Mandaps!

Revelry has created some very luxurious canopies, chuppahs and mandaps over the years. Our vast and rich collection of fine fabrics, combined with the talent and hard work of our Revelry Artisans has created the most cutting-edge canopy designs in the world!

A canopy brings warmth and togetherness to a party, wedding or event, as well as beauty. It can be the focal point of your wedding ceremony, symbolizing your new home as a family. We know how important this is and we always do our best to create the most beautiful canopy, chuppah or mandap for your event, and we hope you enjoy these photos of our work!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


30Jul

CONFAB Style Shoot with Details Details!

We absolutely LOVE working with Details Details! Alicia Townsend knows exactly how to style the perfect modern and very original wedding. It’s easy to be inspired by the Beverly Hills SLS Hotel; and, of course, Revelry’s beautiful antler chandeliers! The antler was a theme carried throughout this Coordinator CONFAB style shoot that was featured on The Wedding Chicks! Click here to view the full feature titled: Seductive and Glamorous Wedding Details!

 

 

p.s. Don’t forget to check back for CONFAB 2012 release dates at www.coordinatorconfab.com!

Cake/Desserts: Cake: Vanilla Bake Shop
Photographer: Jessica Claire
Event Design: Alicia Townsend of Details Details
Venue: SLS Hotel
Makeup & Hair: Beauty By Berit
Dress Designer: Atelier by Dawn
Floral Design: Sunny of White Lilac Inc.
Cake Pops and Cookies: Kayla’s Kakes
Chandeliers: Revelry Event Designers
Stationery: Paper Made Design
Veil or Hair Accessories: Shae Z Couture
Jewelry & Shoes: Jeannie’s personal collection