One does not require the other. Many event designers will have you believing that Elegance and Extravagance must come at a price and that to expect the best, you must be prepared to pay for it. While it's true that you get what you pay for, we believe that your money should work harder for you and go farther. Elegance and Extravagance do not need to break your budget. With a little creativity and "out of the box" thinking, it is possible to deliver greatness for less. We have the resources and the proven track record to produce results for much less than you would expect. Before you skip your event this year because of budget, let IEI provide you with a few INFINITE options.
Infinity Events (IEI) was launched in 2001 however IEI was actually a spin off company from Spotlight Productions, an elite DJ entertainment company that focused on high end weddings and corporate events.
After 20 years as a DJ, owner Robb Thornsberry decided to hang up his headphones in 2009 and focus on building the Infinity Events name and our scope of services.
With 2011 marking the 10th Anniversary of Infinity Events, Robb has decided to bring Spotlight Productions back with a new logo, new technology that has become available, access to some of the most talented and respected DJ's in Southern California and for the first time ever, Spotlight Productions will now have it's own event design division that will focus only on wedding's and private events.
Now simply known as SPDJ & Events, a client will be able to book an amazing DJ (including Robb himself) and gain access to some of the industries best event professionals to use for their wedding or special private …
Caesars Entertainment Corp. has raised the stakes in Las Vegas.
The company on Wednesday announced plans for The Linq, a $550 million retail, dining and entertainment project at the heart of the Strip. The highlight will be a giant Ferris-style observation wheel — The Las Vegas High Roller — which at 550 feet will be the tallest in the world.
Caesars Entertainment has tapped L.A. mall developer Caruso Affiliated (The Grove, Americana At Brand) to develop this massive entertainment, dining, hospitality, and retail district on the Las Vegas Strip. Design and construction of the observation wheel — its 28 cabins will each carry up to 40 people.
The Las Vegas High Roller goes head-to-head with Skyvue Las Vegas, a competing project that broke ground in May on an 11-acre site across from Mandalay Bay at the southern end of the Strip. The brainchild of local developer Howard Bulloch, the project will include a 476-foot observation wheel, along with a roller coaster and 200,0…
The federal government is learning the hard way, what the event industry has already known for a few years now and that is it's time to get creative and figure out how to make do with less.
While this is not a new concept, those who are not able to grasp it often react with a "knee jerk" approach and cancel anything that is perceived to be expensive. It is the easiest task in the world to produce greatness with unlimited funds however it takes a little ingenuity and creativity to still deliver results when the funds are not there.
Thankfully with a paper clip, dental floss and a dixie cup you can "MacGyver" your way to amazing results in event design.
Below are a few events we have produced over the past few years that have had budgets of $35,000 or less for groups of 400 or more. This budget has had to include the following:
Decor - Linens, centerpieces, stage decor, perimeter
Audio Visual - Sound, video, projection
2001-2011: 7 Event Firms Marking Their 10th Year, and What They’ve Learned So FarWe aren’t the only ones in the event business marking our 10th anniversary this year. Here’s a look at seven other companies, and what their founders learned along the way. +ADD TO IDEA BOOKVIEW SLIDE SHOW By Martha C. White|Posted July 20, 2011, 8:45 AM EDT
Swan Ice Carvings, Balloon Arches, Western Theme Parties...Although none of these words are in the Infinity Events vocabulary, they were at one time the "IT" special event trends. Now the new "IT" must have are lounges at events. This has been a trend for a while and is showing no signs of leaving anytime soon.
With events focusing less on props and more on functional environmental design, lounges can serve many different purposes such as comfortable and stylish seating that help initiate social settings. Often times instead of complimenting the decor, they ARE the decor and lounges can transform any room or space into an ultra "seen or be seen" hip night club.
Below are just a few Lounge/Club ideas previously seen at many IEi client events.
As an event producer who has been there done that and can be a bit jaded, it can take a lot to impress me. I have traveled a great deal for my job and have had the luxury and staying in and working in some amazing hotels. However it is never just about the hotel, it has a lot to do with the staff that I come into contact with that can truly make or break a good experience.
I am happy to report that one of my favorite venues for many reasons happens to be in my own backyard. The Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach. Just based on sheer aesthetics alone, this property is stunning. With Spanish Inspired Architecture, this property is expansive and offers the ultimate resort setting overlooking the Pacific Ocean. I was so thrilled to work with Nancy Monte Frye the Director of Catering who really invested herself into the success of our meeting. http://www.hyattregencyhuntingtonbeach.com
MEETING PROFESSIONALS INTERNATIONAL ORANGE COUNTY
APRIL 6, 2011 HYATT REGENCY HUNTINGTON BEACH