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Mini Tablescape: Tying into Blockbuster Shows

When planning a gathering, make sure to check a destination’s calendar of events for festivals, concerts and noteworthy exhibitions. Leslie Heins and Lisa Cook, owners and event architects of Denver-based Affair with Flair, demonstrated how this can be done with a social occasion, which easily could have been a corporate event in conjunction with the Denver Art Museum’s recent blockbuster “Dior: From Paris to the World” that wrapped up in March 2019.

Canadian Charisma Brings a Touch of Plaid to the Table

The International Live Event Association – Denver Chapter hosted its 12th annual Designer Showcase on Feb. 21 at Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel in Lone Tree. The event highlighted collaborative efforts of members and other event colleagues in the form of four trendsetting vignettes, each illustrating a city where an ILEA chapter is located. 

Minimalistic Tablescape Makes For a Functional Fall Table

INSPIRATION
The simple elegance of the venue inspired designer James Maroldi of Dish Catering to design a refined table.

DETAILS
Maroldi was charged with the task of creating a table that was distinguished yet functional for a full-day pharmaceutical product launch meeting at the Lambertville House in the river town of Lambertville.

A Youthful Party Brings Colorful Sophistication to a Tablescape

Girlie elegance and sophistication were the theme of a recent bat mitzvah planned by Elm Events. Bat mitzvahs, the coming-of-age celebrations for 13-year-old Jewish girls, walk a tightrope—they must celebrate a teen girl in a way that pleases her friends and adult family alike. Hundreds often attend the parties, which follow a religious ceremony and often raise the bar for personalization and opulence.

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