Our favorite decor from February 2017
Every month we pick a couple of our favorite and most noteworthy events and give you a little more insight to them.
Birthday Dinner Decor
It’s fairly common for groups of friends and family to gather to celebrate birthdays. This hostess decided to add something extra special to make it memorable, an organic balloon table runner! In a private dining room at Maggiano’s on Clark and Grand in Chicago, we transformed the tablescape into a beautiful sea of blue balloons. We created the organic table runner to double as a weight for several loose balloons to float above. Glitter balloons, Orbz, and blue colored latex balloons were positioned at varying heights all along the table runner. It was the talk of the party! They were kind enough to send us a few photos from the event which we’ve included in the gallery below.
Are you ready for some football?! Whether you watched the game for the sport, the commercials, or the halftime show one thing is likely; you were hosting or attending a Superbowl party! Real Time Sports in Elk Grove was hosting an event and asked for some decor featuring both teams. After a little brainstorming, we came up with the idea to create a standing balloon player for each team. Each player was a little taller than 6′ and featured their team colors, team helmet foil balloon, and had a football in hand. Two football columns were also created in addition to a handful of balloon bouquets showing off each of the team’s colors.
Night To Shine
The Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine event is a special needs prom that is held worldwide. 375 churches hosted the event while 150,000 volunteers helped make the night magical for 75,000 honored guests. We were honored to be a part of the event held at The Chapel in Grayslake, IL. The Chapel has high ceilings and we took advantage of that by making towering bubble strand centerpieces. We also provided a balloon arch for the guests to enter through and, of course, a balloon drop. You can watch the recap video of this location’s event below.