Aside from weddings, these are amongst the most personal events that we do. So when we’re approached to help out, we make sure that we do our utmost to fulfill our client’s wishes, whatever their whim’s and fancies. As you can imagine, the range of parties we cater for are endless, but we can be as creative and resourceful as you like.
Our range of services in the corporate field is vast from conferences to small meetings, Aniversary celebrations, to key brand messages. We will as always combine the visual and technical seamlessly so as to result in a smooth and well polished production. Our project managers will work with you every step of the way to make sure you get what you want and within your budget.
Working with an existing brand and it’s guidelines isn’t as easy as it might seem. Trying to achieve the right balance between the identity, the concept, the product and even the venue can be a delicate affair. Which is why getting it right, and even enhancing it, can be so rewarding. We pride ourselves on our creative, yet considered designs for others’ identity. Our work is our identity, after all.
How do you create a themed event with a difference? To make something familiar, yet imaginative and surprising all at the same time? We like to keep our ideas fresh and unique, whether it be the first or umpteenth time we’ve been asked for something. It keeps it exciting and, more importantly, fun.
It doesn’t matter how many people it’s for, it’s got to do the same thing; make them take notice. Our conference sets are designed to be functional, but aesthetically stimulating as well. Meticulous planning with detailed plans and visuals ensure that the look’s perfect and that it’s built perfect.
It’s an honour, as well as a pleasure, when we’re asked to help out at a wedding. We get to know our brides and grooms well during the planning and preparations, and work closely together to make sure that everything’s just right before the big day. After that, it’s over to us. And you get on with worrying over fluffing your lines, the first dance and what’s going to be said in those speeches.