13 ways to incorporate a skyline
Add this to your idea file as BizBash features 13 ways to incorporate Skylines into event decor. We’ve done a lot of these, and they are always a hit. Nothing beats incorporating the skyline inside, while guests can overlook the actual view of the skyline from either outdoor spaces or beautiful window views- giving guests the best of both worlds.
By Jenny Berg for BizBash
Whether an event takes place in or outside of the city that’s being honored, featuring a city skyline in the decor adds a dose of regional flavor. Here’s a look at 13 ways the idea has been used, from bars and DJ booths to centerpieces and staff uniforms.
Put it on a Buffet
In Washington, Occasions Caterers recently unveiled its “Welcome to Washington” food station at an event at the United States Institute of Peace. Occasions worked with the sculpture artist AJ Strasser to create the custom display, which was inspired by the National Mall.
The “Welcome to Washington” food station holds intricate replicas of iconic Washington monuments, including the U.S. Capitol building. Occasions created a spread that contained traditional regional snacks, including Maryland crab cakes, Senate bean soup, and half smokes (or sausages).
Print it on Staffer’s Uniforms
On February 24, the H&M flagship store at Toronto Eaton Centre unveiled its new look with an event for 1,400 guests. Invitations were decked with silvery outlines of the Toronto skyline, and the same graphic appeared on staffers’ custom T-shirts. Candice & Alison produced the event.
Display it Behind the DJ Booth
The skyline graphic also appeared on the wall behind the DJ both at the H&M event, where Orange is the New Black star Taryn Manning played a set. Jay Strut and Olen Only also spun at the event.
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