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Saturday, February 7, 2015

What is Event Design & Styling?

What is Event Design & Styling? We have heard this question a few times lately and we wanted to help you better understand. 

We are an Event Design & Styling company, but we also provide Event Planning services. However, let's just focus on the Event Design & Styling portion of this blog today. 

Designing an event is part of the Event Planning process, but it is a separate activity and requires different skills and knowledge if it is to be done well. When you hear us say event design and styling we are referring to the overall look and feel of an event and how it appeals to the five senses.

It is about all of the elements that go into the event that contribute to the experience the guests have of it; for example, décor, lighting, entertainment, props, etc. It is an area of Event Management that many people are first drawn to. There is more to design and styling than just colors and floral arrangements. It is about art, patterns, movement, emotions and so much more.
By giving consideration to the ‘design of an event’ you create an event that stands out from the crowd as unique.  In the case of a Wedding, what Bride and Groom doesn’t want their wedding to ‘uniquely theirs’ but Event Design is also important for Corporate functions.  Corporate events generally perform a Public Relations function, which means that the look and feel of the event must enhance the company’s standing in the eyes of the attendees as well. - See more at: http://www.aawep.com.au/latest-news/what-is-event-design/#sthash.5zCSIWqg.dpuf

By giving consideration to the ‘design of an event’ we create an event that stands out from the crowd as unique.  In the case of a Wedding, what couple doesn’t want their wedding to ‘uniquely theirs’ but Event Design is also important for Corporate functions.  Corporate events generally perform a Public Relations function, which means that the look and feel of the event must enhance the company’s standing in the eyes of the attendees as well

We hope this explains a little more about what we do here at JD Designs. We look forward to designing and styling your event!



Thank you to AAEP for assisting with this blog post. 
By giving consideration to the ‘design of an event’ you create an event that stands out from the crowd as unique.  In the case of a Wedding, what Bride and Groom doesn’t want their wedding to ‘uniquely theirs’ but Event Design is also important for Corporate functions.  Corporate events generally perform a Public Relations function, which means that the look and feel of the event must enhance the company’s standing in the eyes of the attendees as well. - See more at: http://www.aawep.com.au/latest-news/what-is-event-design/#sthash.5zCSIWqg.dpuf
Designing an event is part of the Event Planning process, but it is a separate activity and requires different skills and knowledge if it is to be done well.  When I speak about event design and styling I am referring to the overall look and feel of an event and how it appeals to the five senses.  It is about all of the elements that go into the event that contribute to the experience the guests have of it; for example, décor, lighting, music, entertainment, props etc.  It is an area of Event Management that I love and I think that the design and styling of the event are the things many people are first drawn to when they consider a career in our industry.  But there is more to design and styling than colours and floral arrangements. - See more at: http://www.aawep.com.au/latest-news/what-is-event-design/#sthash.5zCSIWqg.dpuf
Designing an event is part of the Event Planning process, but it is a separate activity and requires different skills and knowledge if it is to be done well.  When I speak about event design and styling I am referring to the overall look and feel of an event and how it appeals to the five senses.  It is about all of the elements that go into the event that contribute to the experience the guests have of it; for example, décor, lighting, music, entertainment, props etc.  It is an area of Event Management that I love and I think that the design and styling of the event are the things many people are first drawn to when they consider a career in our industry.  But there is more to design and styling than colours and floral arrangements. - See more at: http://www.aawep.com.au/latest-news/what-is-event-design/#sthash.5zCSIWqg.dpuf
Designing an event is part of the Event Planning process, but it is a separate activity and requires different skills and knowledge if it is to be done well.  When I speak about event design and styling I am referring to the overall look and feel of an event and how it appeals to the five senses.  It is about all of the elements that go into the event that contribute to the experience the guests have of it; for example, décor, lighting, music, entertainment, props etc.  It is an area of Event Management that I love and I think that the design and styling of the event are the things many people are first drawn to when they consider a career in our industry.  But there is more to design and styling than colours and floral arrangements. - See more at: http://www.aawep.com.au/latest-news/what-is-event-design/#sthash.5zCSIWqg.dpuf
Designing an event is part of the Event Planning process, but it is a separate activity and requires different skills and knowledge if it is to be done well.  When I speak about event design and styling I am referring to the overall look and feel of an event and how it appeals to the five senses.  It is about all of the elements that go into the event that contribute to the experience the guests have of it; for example, décor, lighting, music, entertainment, props etc.  It is an area of Event Management that I love and I think that the design and styling of the event are the things many people are first drawn to when they consider a career in our industry.  But there is more to design and styling than colours and floral arrangements. - See more at: http://www.aawep.com.au/latest-news/what-is-event-design/#sthash.5zCSIWqg.dpuf
Designing an event is part of the Event Planning process, but it is a separate activity and requires different skills and knowledge if it is to be done well.  When I speak about event design and styling I am referring to the overall look and feel of an event and how it appeals to the five senses.  It is about all of the elements that go into the event that contribute to the experience the guests have of it; for example, décor, lighting, music, entertainment, props etc.  It is an area of Event Management that I love and I think that the design and styling of the event are the things many people are first drawn to when they consider a career in our industry.  But there is more to design and styling than colours and floral arrangements. - See more at: http://www.aawep.com.au/latest-news/what-is-event-design/#sthash.5zCSIWqg.dpuf

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NE Wedding Expo at Lombardos

We had the privilege of designing and styling last weeks NE Wedding Expo at Lombardo's in Randolph. What a great opportunity! The staff and team at Lombardo's always make us feel like family. 

For our design and style we decided to utilize 2 sections of the venue. In the upper grand ballroom where the couples and vendors were stationed we created an "Ombre Garden of Eden" ceremonial piece. We teamed up with our friends at Simplistic Charms & Kinship Florals to make it happen. Below are our before, during and after design and styling. 






The second section we used was located below the large highlighted chandelier. We wanted to help couples style the pantone color of the year in very subtle ways. The pantone color Marsala is strong, and it doesn't need to be a focal point to make an impact. We designed and styled 3 different tables to bring in a more lavish design, romantic design or vintage classic design. With the help of Barry's Flower Shop, Rentals Unlimited and Emerald Invitations, we were able to create 3 beautiful styles. This allowed couples to come and sit at the tables and visualize their own wedding and get inspired.









We had a wonderful time, and we look forward to the next opportunity we get to design and style another expo or showcase!

Lastly, Thank you to the team behind JD Designs!


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Thursday, November 20, 2014

State Room Military Wedding of Rachael + Sebastian

One of the sweetest and humble couples we have had the privilege of working with. Rachael and Sebastian's wedding was our first military wedding and we were honored to be chosen to provide assistance and guidance. Blush and Gold softened up the beautiful State Room reception space. This wedding had trolleys, an interactive photo booth and a gorgeous view of the Boston city skyline. Below are some highlights from this beautiful wedding! #bostonwedding #militarywedding #jddesigns #stateroomwedding 






















 









Vendors | Venue: State Room, Boston, MA; DJ/Lighting: Get Down Tonight Entertainment, Inc.; Photography: Shane Godfrey Photography; Videography: Brighter Lights Media; Flowers: Mimosa Fresh Flower Design; Lounge Area: Reserve Modern Event Rentals; Cake: Monditor Meister; Makeup/Hair: Beauty Entourge; Transportation: Beantown Trolley Tours of Boston
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State Room Military Wedding of Rachael + Sebastian by JD Designs – Boston, MA and can be reached via phone at 978.606.8095 or email at: info@jdeedesigns.com

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Currier Museum Wedding of Emily + George

We had the honor of being part of Emily + George's special day. Their wedding was at the beautiful Currier Museum in Manchester, NH. This amazing wedding had fun photo booths, adorable couple bobby heads and an LED Dance Floor. Here are a few highlights from their fun filled wedding!  #currierweddings #jddesigns #leddancefloor #museumweddings


















Vendors | Venue: Currier Museum, Manchester, NH; Makeup: Emily's Makeup Design; DJ/Lighting/LED Dance Floor: Pure Energy; Musicians: Occasional Brass + Strings; Catering: Creative Catering; Bartender: The Perfect Party; Photography: Dragonfly Photography;
Invitations: Invited Designs Studio, Hampstead NH; Dress: Designer is Lazzaro, purchased in Cristina’s in Andover, MA; Hair: Shenee Roman, from Drybar Chestnut Hill, MA
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Currier Museum Wedding of Emily + George by JD Designs – Boston, MA and can be reached via phone at 978.606.8095 or email at: info@jdeedesigns.com




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