Sunshine and happiness go with Southern California, so what better way to kick off an incentive trip for top performers than bringing on their mellow with a healthy dose of yellow? The yellow-infused evening featured Hollywood's hottest female trio, the Beverly Bombshells, the Resort’s Rotunda wrapped in a tower of yellow balloons, and a Happy Bar of yellow candy. All the details had guests literally walking on sunshine.
M+G created a sophisticated winter wonderland to celebrate beautiful Abbie’s Sweet 16. The icy, snowy, crystal filled party space featured beautiful chandelier covers, white leather soft seating, and interactive activities such as design your own t-shirts, henna art, flip books, alpine skier, LED table hockey and Sweet Charlie’s ice cream.
Set in New Hope’s Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve, this beautiful nature-inspired wedding was timelessly elegant with a spirit of whimsy and fun that reflected the style and personality of the couple.
This multi-faceted marketing campaign showcased Dranoff Properties' latest achievement in luxury living– One Riverside. The program included upper floor view tours with the media, a beam signing and lunch for the construction crew and an evening Topping Off celebration that transformed a construction site into a “Park in the Sky” for the enjoyment of the who’s who list of party goers.
An incentive trip to the Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, Florida provided the opportunity to celebrate all that the area is known for. The Welcome Dinner featured nautical flags that have given seafaring vessels a way to communicate with each other since they were first commissioned by the British Board of Trade in 1855. The awards dinner celebrated the novels of Ernest Hemingway who made his home in nearby Key West.
Women of Vision is a traveling exhibition of stunning photography shot by 11 female photojournalists who have strategically used their cameras to share compelling stories from around the globe. We had the great privilege of designing the opening night event at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, DC. That event became the template for the traveling event series, which rolled out in Atlanta, Chicago, Orlando and Pittsburgh. Intricate paper flower centerpieces made from National Geographic magazines were a signature of the event design. Like dioramas, these handcrafted works were displayed under glass cloches.
This multiple-day incentive trip at the famed Breakers Palm Beach Resort rewarded top performing sales executives. Golf tournaments, cigar rolling classes, dine arounds, off-site excursions and a Havana-inspired Awards Dinner were the highlights.