Let your vacation be your muse. When you’ve trained yourself to see the world as an amazing event space, it’s easy to find inspiration everywhere – the inviting textures, the beautiful colors, the dancing lights! Which is why when RHEG president Russell Harris took an equestrian vacation to the Irish countryside, he found so much more than four leaf clovers and horse shoes. The 1,000 acres of the Castle Leslie Estate in a hidden corner of Ireland exudes old world grandeur offered a wealth of eventful possibilities. On your next vacation, don’t forget to remember the details!
Rainbow decor just might be the ticket to a pot of gold at the end of your event. Immerse your guests in a colorful world that presents a youthful, energetic ambience. Create that splash of fun with vibrant lighting, incorporate unique furniture accents, showy art installations, and color combinations that evoke positive energy. No unicorn required!
Pink is perfect for all seasons. A blush-pink is neutral, but fun, and complements any style of furnishing. Whereas a radiant pink evokes a bold, modern appeal. Whichever hue you prefer, pink is the perfect balance of serious and frivolous – and it doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon.
PRETTY IN PINK
The color Green is associated with growth, wealth and prestige – wonderful attributes for any brand. Lighten it up and you get Pantone’s Color Of The Year: Greenery – a refreshing color that evokes positivity, strength and energy (not bad, if you want to be the life of the party!). Whatever your preference: lime green, forest green or kelly green – St. Patrick’s Day has got the hue for you. Below is a stalwart collection of accents to inspire, adding a vibrant touch to any corporate event.
SHADES OF GREEN
Mardi Gras kicks off with Fat Tuesday and its vibrant color palette of purple, green, and gold symbolize justice, faith, and power – in that order. On behalf of our favorite Fortune 100 tech company, RHEG played host to 5000 guests at a Fat Tuesday block party. The awe-inspiring Mardi Gras festivities took place in the historic Gaslamp Quarter of downtown San Diego, and included a traditional New Orleans jazz band, musical boat float, fleur de lis video mapping gracing eight buildings, 40 strands of bulb lighting, and a 3d multi-color LED structure surrounded by participating restaurants and retail establishments. Below is the aerial view of this colorful event, plus flamboyant details of inspiration.
russell harris Event Group is proud to name Jason Soporito as its new Director of Entertainment & Corporate Accounts. Jason has been with RHEG for a year and a half, serving previously as Director of Business Development. During his time with RHEG, Jason has established record-setting sales figures with new Fortune 500 clients, while showing an unwavering commitment to maintaining and servicing existing accounts.