Alison Silcoff Events and team take the venerable Daffodil Ball, benefiting the Canadian Cancer Society, for a walk 'On the Wild Side,' featuring a jungle theme and wild decor. The event won two 2015 Gala Awards from Special Events magazine.
With only a shoestring budget, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's in-house event team netted $757,000—nearly 50 percent above goal—by deft management of funds and event space. The 550 dinner guests dined in six different rooms in Heinz Hall, each themed to a classic fairy tale. The Special Events Advisory Board loved this happy ending, honoring the event with a 2015 Gala Award.
The event team behind the 87th annual Academy Awards Governors Ball--the high-wattage gala following the Oscars ceremony on Feb. 22--will reach into the Academy's archives to create an evening of vintage Hollywood glamour.
The adage “go big or go home” seems to be the consensus among event designers when it comes to gala decor.
“There’s no middle ground,” says Leslee Bell, partner at Decor and More, Oakville, Ontario...More
Fundraising is a critical piece of revenue for many organizations but can be especially difficult in this vexing economy. There are ways to rise up to the challenge and make your fundraising event the best yet. Raise more money than ever before with these five tips below:...More