We spent most of last week in fabulous Las Vegas for a four day conference at Red Rock Resort, providing event decor for four awesome nights of events.  Stay tuned for more pictures from this conference, from the opening reception to the performance from the Gin Blossoms on the closing night! For now, we’ll showcase the opening reception held at the pool, featuring our glowing LED furniture with custom graphics, white leather bar stools, non-floral centerpieces, two of our oxygen bars, and two of our ten foot chalk walls. To provide some extra entertainment, there was a girl who performed 20 minute sets in a bubble that floated in the center pool.

In September, In The Event provided a fabric wrapped tent structure for Clayton and Meagan's beautiful wedding in Spanish Fork.  Meagan is Mary Craft’s daughter, and we always love working with Mary and the Culinary Crafts team!  We were happy to be able to contribute something to Meagan’s special day.  Jacque Lynn was the wedding photographer and was kind enough to send us some of her photos from the event showcasing the orange tent structure we assembled. The romantically wrapped tent created an elegant appearance and looked incredible during the day and into the evening.  In The Event participated in the recent Bridal Extravaganza at South Towne Exposition center and was able to also showcase these photos in our video towers.  To view more of our wedding designs check out our wedding florals section and keep an eye out for us on The Bride and Groom blog. Thanks again Jacque for allowing us to utilize some of your photos and congrats to Meagan and Clayton! Event Decor

In The Event has worked with 4Life for the past four years on their conventions, and is in the process of planning the fifth.  We love working with their events team and were thrilled to assist with their 15 year anniversary celebration and the grand opening of the new south building at the company’s Global Headquarters in Sandy, Utah. In The Event provided florals and linens for the opening party.  For the new product store within the new south building, In The Event developed custom LED light displays to spotlight the products arranged in the window displays.  Additionally, one of our LED highboys was customized and used as a podium for speakers, set atop our dance floor mods, during the ribbon cutting ceremony.  We also assembled floral designs for the entryway of the new building. The event was broadcasted live to 4Life offices worldwide.  Speakers at the ribbon cutting ceremony included Utah Senator Orrin Hatch, Congressman Jim Matheson, and Sandy City Mayor Tom Dolan.  Congrats to 4Life on their building expansion!

In The Event was a proud sponsor of the VIP reception for the grand opening of the new Park City visitor center located in Kimball Junction at the entrance to the Utah Olympic Park.  The new state-of-the-art visitor center had a grand opening celebration on October 4th, with a VIP reception the night before.  Be sure to check out the new visitor center next time you are in Park City! New features include TVs throughout the center showcasing Park City activities and highlights, as well as a projector showing beautiful panoramic views of Park City, one of our favorite places in Utah! In The Event created several lounge areas for the evening with our leather modular furniture and LED coffee tables.  We also provided some of our LED high boys positioned around the food display area.  We were in good company as a sponsor for the evening, as Bill White Restaurant Group provided the food for the event.  To match the ambiance of the fall decor at the food station, In The Event’s modular furniture was programmed to an amber hue.  All of our wireless LED furniture can be programmed to match any color in your decor or event color scheme.  Here are a few pictures from the evening.  Follow us on Instagram to see more pictures from our events!

In The Event was thrilled to be a part of artist John Bell’s The Next Supper at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art on Friday September, 28.  The Next Supper is a unique dinner party that involves the guests as the artists.  Attendees were invited to the dinner held in UMOCA's Main Gallery and then encouraged to finish Bell's partially completed canvasses on the table using raw materials from the dinner and other items placed on the table.  Bell has hosted several dinner parties like this, including one in Los Angeles’ Chinatown. The evening began with a cocktail hour from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m, followed by an extravagant dinner.  Dinner was created by Chef Ryan Lowder, owner of the Copper Onion, and consisted of New American cuisine including much of Utah's local produce.  The meal was created to provide guests with a unique color palette in completing Bell’s canvases. Bell screen-printed the canvases with text and images that functioned as both incitement for the guests and a background.  Guests used their food and other components on the table, such as wine, candle wax, flowers, name cards, and utensils to complete the canvases; the purpose being to provoke the guest’s reaction to Bell’s art.  Bell served as facilitator for the evening. In The Event provided our seven foot shimmer chandeliers, that hung above the dining table, as well as event lighting.  The Next Supper was a fantastic collaboration between John Bell, Mary Fresques, and Ryan Lowder, and we loved contributing to the evening!

In The Event produced and managed this year’s Mountain America Credit Union Employee Celebration held last Saturday, September 15.  The event was a 1920’s themed casino night.  Many employees came decked out in their 1920’s attire, with lots of pin stripped suites, fedora hats, and flapper dresses sighted.  Upon entering the party, held at South Towne Expo Center, guests had the opportunity to be photographed with a 1958 Rolls Royce set in front of a 1920’s style backdrop.  There were four other backdrops displayed in the room in the same style as the entrance backdrop. Casino games were crowded throughout the night, with options such as craps, roulette, and black jack.  There were also air hockey tables, pool tables, ping pong tables, shuffle boards tables and several photo booths.  Other event decor items included LED high boys, decor trees, chandeliers, feather centerpieces and two graphic LED towers wrapped around the property columns.  Food was provided by Utah Food Services and was buffet style, consisting of a roast turkey dinner.  Additionally, specialty beverages were served at frozen smoothie drink stations.

Following dinner, guests enjoyed a live band performance. Guests were able to use raffle tickets received from the casino tables to enter a number of drawings, and winners were announced at the end of the evening.  We loved designing and executing this event! Thank you Mountain America for allowing us to take part in your employee celebration!