At this level, you will be focusing on preparing and installing the tangible elements of an event. Now your ready to started learning about what makes an event look as great as it runs.. Let's get your hands diry! ..
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This is a required training to complete the step levels 1- 5 team certifications.
Unleash your creative expression!
How the event design planning, style and theme all comes together - Learn to assist clients with their style, design theme and guide them with selecting colors and creativity.
Learn about what makes an event look as great as it runs
Step 4- Finding Your Creativity
So, you are a pro at time management, you've got customer service and vendor relations down pat, Now its time for you to learn more about installation and design. This next step, we will be focusing on preparing and installing the tangible elements of an event, like supplies, furniture, decor, event space, and equipment.
To give you a comprehensive overview of the events industry
To increase your confidence in creating and delivering events
To create a clear pathway for a meaningful career in the events world
Understand budgeting, pricing, and accounting as they relate to event design
Be able to apply the principles of design to event decoration and effectively use flowers, fabric, lighting, and more
Understand various design elements and how they relate to event management.
Understand what to look for during an event site inspection.
Special Event Design and Decorations
Design and Decorations
Theory and Principles
Practices and Methodology
Impact of Venue
Backdrops and Props
Entertainment, Signage, and Food
Candles, Ice, Pyrotechnics
Types of Special Events
Fairs and Festivals
Understand how to generate creativity in your events...even if you aren't creative yourself
Learning About What Makes an Event Look as Great
You may not think of yourself as creative, but we can all show our artistic flair in different ways. As
So, you are a pro at time management, you've got customer service, and vendor relations down pat, . Now its time for you to learn more about installation and design.
At this course, you will focusing on preparing and installing the tangible elements of an event, like supplies, furniture, decor, event space and equipment. This certification is the last one before becoming a full Event Producer.
learning about what makes an event look as great as it runs
What you’ll learn
Experiential design method Creative problem solving skills Designing for permits & safety
What you’ll get Floorplan templates Design presets pack Installation checklists
Knowledge of Design & Style Can Boost Your Services
This quiz is designed to test your skills and knowledge within wedding and event design covering the implement a wide range of elements into a design concept, including color palette, flowers, furniture, lighting, branded accents, entertainment, technology and others.
Understand the key principles of modern event design, and how to create a design concept that achieves the clients goals, meets their budget, and can be executed in the venue with the time allotted.
Learn how to implement a wide range of elements into your design concept, including flowers, furniture, lighting, branded accents, entertainment, technology and others.
Identify opportunities for creating custom fabrication pieces that can be unique focal points for guests, which helps to set yourself apart from others.
Learn how to evaluate a venue's challenges and assets to be incorporated into a design concept, and how to insure you can execute your vision within the time and space available.
Big Picture Concepts
Defining event design
Taking a holistic design approach
Functional vs. aesthetic design
Key pillars of design success
Creativity & Inspiration
Sources of inspiration
Overcoming 'designer's block'
Finding your personal voice
Identifying the right clients for your style
Hard, soft and live goods
Graphics, patterns, and textures
Experience, entertainment, and gifting
Designing with Color
Complementary colors & the color wheel
Primary, secondary & tertiary colors
Pairings and palettes
Perception of color
Communicating about color
Using the Pantone Matching System (PMS)
Flowers, Trees & Foliage
Types of common flowers utilized, pros and cons
Seasonality and other logistics
Vases, urns and container options
Working with plants & trees for aesthetic and functional use
Centerpieces, Tabletop & Candles
The tabletop real estate battle: decor vs. food service
Working with mirrors & other reflective surfaces
Candles: natural & artificial
Fire code issues with open flame
Furniture & Fabrics
Designing a seating enclave
Feng Shui tips for furniture placement
Working with light up pieces
Check-in & escort card table
Bars and buffets
Walls, Backdrops & Flooring
Function uses: hiding areas, dividing a room, shrinking a space
Aesthetic uses: highlighting key areas
Pipe and drape
Custom or branded flooring and carpeting
Branding Overview & Corporate Events
Gobos & projections
Wait staff, coasters, napkins, and other catering accents
Coffee table books, pillows, framed photos & other furniture accents
Social event branding
The importance of lighting your decor
Functional vs. aesthetic lighting
Evaluating and utilizing natural light
Renting chandeliers, lamps and other fixtures
Tips for working with office lighting
Up-lighting, washes, pin spotting, and other techniques
Working with LEDs
Rigging, Installation, & Venue Logistics
Out of the box rigging solutions
Avoiding any venue-related surprises on event day
Hiding wires, jacks, and other evidence of the design 'underbelly'
Evaluating load-in & set-up time requirements
Evaluating load-in space restrictions
Factoring in local fire code regulations
Technology & Special Effects
Integrating photo booths
Balloon drops, confetti canons, and other dramatic elements
Floor-planning & Room Layout
Importance of a scaled floor-plan
Items often not accounted for
Demo on creating a 3D rendering
Choosing an event space
What challenges does the venue present
What assets should be highlighted
Rigging points, outlets, loading dock & freight elevator
Verifying the venue's measurements
From design to production
Working With Your Vendors
Where to source your supplies
How to choose and test out a new vendor
How to ensure your vendors meet your standards
Negotiating, payment schedule, and insurance
Questions to ask
Getting them to define success
Understanding what "modern" or "classical" means to them
Getting a proper attendee profile
Design and Communication Process
Budgeting and Pricing
Selling your vision
How many concepts to present
Inspiration boards & Pinterest
Pricing our your designs
Finding Your Creativity
Step in the world of Event designing
Creativity, Numbers, and Space in event planning
So, you are a pro at time management, you've got customer service and vendor relations down pat by now, Now its time for you to learn more about installation and design style. At this level, you will be focusing on preparing and installing the tangible elements of an event, like supplies, furniture, decor, event space, and equipment.