Event Type: Corporate client christens their U.S. Headquarters

Attendees: 500

What We Did: Planning, Design, Production and On Site Execution

Venue: The brand new U.S. headquarters of a Europe-based corporate client 

Theme: Bringing the outdoors, inside, through an upscale garden party

RGI's Favorite Creation: The color palette and tons of candle light

Biggest Challenge: A last minute venue change which allowed RGI to shine through creative problem-solving and quick thinking. Don't worry, the show went off without a hitch!

This corporate client has built a worldwide brand based on the values of localism, sustainability and environmental consciousness. RGI wanted to take those values and translate it into an event that their newly hired U.S. employees could easily relate to in celebration of their U.S. expansion. We wanted to create an atmosphere which was fun and laid back yet elegant and upscale - further engaging employees in our corporate client's mission and goals. RGI conceptualized an indoor garden party taking the best parts of an outdoor soiree within their headquarters building.

Guests enjoyed traditional lawn games such as corn hole, oversized JENGA and horseshoes (all branded in our corporate clients logos and colors of course!) Decor consisted of lots of leafy elements including a 10 by 20 foot boxwood wall with custom logo cutouts. Guests enjoyed a fresh seasonal menu accompanied by cocktails courtesy of Heirloom Catering. Sweet Root Village was on hand to provide fabulous floral accents in a green and white palette. We created lounges throughout the space for guest seating consisting of baroque-style patent leather furniture an amalgamation of classic and contemporary. Guests also enjoyed a DJ courtesy of Bruce Pike Productions who also added lighting elements to enhance indoor ambience such as bistro lights. Last, but not least, Fabrications Events covered the floor in artificial turf to further create an outdoor experience.

Scroll down to check out some photos from this corporate grand opening!