It’s always exciting to get a call from Bobby at Panache Style. His energy makes every event we do together over the top fun. This December holiday event brought us to the Marriott Harbor Beach in Fort Lauderdale. Three hundred guests gathered in amazing winter wonderland created by Panache Style with the help of Illumene’s lighting.
Snow flakes big and small adorned the walls and dancefloor while moving head intelligent lights slowly scanned the room like flurries of snow making every glass and centerpiece in the room glisten as it was bathed with snow-white LED lights.
Check out these beautiful photos and thanks again Panache Style.
Trying to find another ballroom to hold your company’s yearly mixer or holiday event? Maybe your warehouse or workspace is the best idea! What else screams more about your brand than where your product is created! Imagine bartenders pouring, the smell of great food, music being played by a band or DJ and an energetic dancefloor all happening where forklifts usually lift and move pallets or products are manufactured. You can look up and down the coast for a unique venue but the most unique of all is right in front of you.
Illumene Event Lighting and Xquisite Events joined forces for one of the sexiest events of the season. After a rehearsal dinner at their waterfront home in Hollywood where they spared no expense, Heather and Robbie did it all over again the next day at The W Hotel South Beach.
Junior’s Band was headlining, so we knew the party would be outrageous and the dancefloor would be full of people. We put the monogram gobo just behind the band on stage, so that it would remain a focal point all night long.
Illumene Event Lighting was invited to the W Hotel Fort Lauderdale to be part of a creation that reinvented popular image of the hotel and the use of its spaces.
Bobby Kyser from Panache Style together with Shannon from Illumene designed a scene where Alice in Wonderland meets True Blood on a moonlit night. The mood was mysterious, sultry and elegantly regal. This wasn’t an event for the public though, or even paying customers. This exclusive gathering was reserved for nine influential wedding and corporate event planners in South Florida who were invited by the hotel.