I’ve had Christmas carols stuck in my head all week preparing this blog post. What an incredible event hosted by the Rosewood Crescent Hotel. The vendors involved pressed fast way-forward to showcase a preview for the upcoming holiday season. Their tablescapes and concepts were executed with perfect attention to detail.
BBJ Linen, Fauxcades and Posh Couture Rentals also contributed their pieces, a collaboration which brought together this grand display.
The Wildflower designed the the Club room with the help of Gloss luxury rentals, White Hot Photo Lounge, Absolute Entertainment and Randal Stout Entertainment.
I thought their subtle approach to Holiday decor was very well done. It says, “Let it snow!” without the snow-globes and artificial flakes. The sequin throw pillows elude to the sleekness of ice, and the tablecloths had the texture of a modern flurry.
The Garden Gate transformed the Main Bar of the Crescent Club in a way that made me think of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Maybe it was the popcorn that made me want to watch a Christmas movie. The impressive entry below almost looked inspired by reindeer antlers and was accompanied by Rudolph-red lighting.Behind this festive Christmas coffee station, Art Riddles provided background holiday music by piano. And then “Silver Bells” wouldn’t leave my mind through the next morning.
In the dim light, these hydrangea looked incredibly like whipped cream with the guise of sprinkles and straws and a cherry on top.I can’t wait to see the film created by Dallas HD Films. Lil’ Bits Sugar Clouds introduced a whimsical twist to a carnival favorite with their cotton candy.
Dr. Delphinium decked out the Rotisserie with floral design framing the room. Yes, the orange and yellow border around that mirror is made entirely from flowers! Incredible!
Absolute entertainment had option Motion Unplugged playing in this room, and Gloss Luxury Rentals provided lounge pieces and more. Elegantly Chocolate and Swank Audio/Visual added more than visual appeal with their taste and sound further enhancing the Christmas atmosphere.
Brace yourself for Bella Flora.
But really, their rooms weren’t just designed, they were intricately tied together with a Christmas theme that pulled the heartstrings of a familiar classic, A Christmas Carrol. Charles Dickens himself would have been at a loss to decide which room to dine in they were all stunning. Their flow was cohesive, beginning with an icy blue Christmas Past.
Ducky Bob’s made these rooms all the more jaw-dropping with the use of their rentals.
Next we venture to Christmas Present down the hall. These private dining rooms highlighted the many capacities of the Crescent Club for events on any scale.
The vision for this presentation was carried out to extreme detail by Simply Luxe. Their paper crafting for each room told the story. It was exceptionally executed.After Christmas present, Ebenezer Scrooge had his own table design in the Hickory room.
A fun end note would be Bella Flora’s final design for Christmases yet to come. The fall will fly past us. Not that I want it to (October is my favorite month of the year), but ‘Christmas yet to come’ for 2012 only 139 days away. Not that anyone’s counting…
What a privilege to capture the weeks if not months of planning that went into this event. There is a wealth of talent represented in these photos, and each vendor’s website was hyperlinked in this post. I hope you find some inspiration and a few resources to carry out a stunning event like the ones modeled here for the holidays!