Props remain an event essential, but they are changing—from basic themed pieces that sit idly in the center of a room or atop a table to sophisticated, multimedia elements that work together to create all-encompassing environments. Francisco Recabarren, company principal and director of fabrication at San Francisco-based Blueprint Studios, explains that although props used to be “cartoonish and kitschy,” props must now be authentic, appealing and experiential. ...

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