There are a multitude of elements that go into planning and executing an event. Whether it be a wedding, a non-profit fundraiser, or celebrating 100 years, there is not one table cloth that goes un-touched, or one wine glass that goes without a refill. These things are on the surface, the details, that take some prying, are what really make an event personal. At Gold Leaf Event Design & Production, we pride ourselves on not only knowing and working towards this, but succeeding in hearing our guests walk away saying “that was so them”.
We strive to learn as much as we can about our clients so they can feel that their event was entirely theirs. All the little details should scream their name! We have a questionnaire to learn everything from your favorite places to shop, to the top 3 tings that matter most to you at your event, to brainstorm and guarantee satisfaction (and a great party)!
When it comes down to the details, our 100-year-celebration was nothing short of amazing, and so much fun! From Mexican fiesta printed table clothes, to Veuve Clicquot’s traveling “mail truck”, it was all in the details.
When we are little girls, we had a perfect idea of our “dream wedding.” The majority of us envision a beautiful sunny day, a gorgeous long dress, perfect makeup, and a tiara…(hopefully not everyone grew up planning their wedding in the 80’s). Although some elements may change over the years, and passing trends like the tiara (ha), the concept and overall picture of our special day remains quite unchanged. As beautiful of an idea as that is, it just-doesn’t-always-happen. As wedding planners, it is a very hard reality that some things just cannot be controlled, especially for a mountain wedding. We’re talking to you, Mother Nature. We always have a “Plan B” for outdoor ceremonies but let’s face it, we all just want “Plan A”. This June we were fully tested as mountain wedding planners when the “perfect sunny day” was the exact opposite. We fought freezing temperatures, delayed gondolas due to lightning, and 3 ceremony site flips to try and find the perfect one. But, let us tell you, the pictures made it all worth it, and the reception was one for the books.