The popular "winter wonderland" theme for a corporate holiday party gets a stunning ceiling treatment from Atlanta's CCP Events and J. Patrick Designs. Photo by Blue World Studios.
Extraordinary Events even decorates a concourse hall with lights for a winter wonderland holiday party for a corporate client. Photo by Jean-Jacques Pochet.
At the Extraordinary Events' party, pumpkins painted silver, gray and white join with lillies to grace a winter wonderland buffet table. Photo by Keri O'Brien.
Edwin Allen Productions uses a few dramatic elements--including this oversize ice fountain--to create a corporate Christmas party that is festive but not fussy.
This corporate holiday party--from AOO Events--is a dream: It's designed as a slumber party. Vignettes include the Insomniac Lounge, with a refrigerator to raid for snacks, and the Dream Land area, with floating "clouds."
A holiday party Miami-style from A Joy Wallace Catering Production and Design Team. Pink and lime green stand in for the traditional red and holly green; here, a flamingo pecks at the shiny ornaments in a floral display.
Why stick with just one theme at a holiday party? Los Angeles Party Designs uses six different themes--including this Southwestern motif--at a corporate holiday party for 6,000. Other themes at the event were New Orleans Mardi Gras and Seattle Java & Jive. Photo by Nadine Froger.
For an unabashed Christmas party at a private home, Timot McGonagle turns the signature tree crimson. Photo by Ned's Photography.
Pastel table decor provides a perfect background for sweets at a Christmas party by Timot McGonagle. Photo by Ned's Photography.
Timot McGonagle lines the home's pool with lighting for a Christmas party. Photo by Ned's Photography.
Timot McGonagle uses huge wreaths and star lights to decorate the hosts' home for their Christmas party. Photo by Ned's Photographers.
Good Gracious Events gives different themes to buffet tables draped in simple white organza for a holiday party at a law firm. Here, rustic platters, distressed marble tiers and pots filled with silvery herbs give an Italiante look. Photo by John R. Williams.
Good Gracious Events turns to neon signage and colorful bowls to create the "Hot Hot Hot" holiday buffet. Photo by John R. Williams.
Good Gracious Events gives the dessert table a festive look with white and silver ball ornaments and spheres of white chrysanthemums. Photo by John R. Williams.
Good Gracious Events creates a wintry buffet with rustic wood carving boards, mirrored rounds, bare branches and pine cones. Photo by John R. Williams.
Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×