Lewis Events decorated and lit a future-themed celebration for a corporate client at the Newport Beach Hyatt Regency Hotel. Halfway through the event, we moved some of the props from the dining area across the property to the dancing and game area. Here are a few of the pics.
Nothing like having a western party in a milking barn. Our bovine friends were polite, quiet, did not eat too much and had a very positive attitude as long as they got their turn on the milking machine.Lewis Events was proud to be part of a company party held in the Millenial Barn located at the Orange County Fairgrounds. It’s an ideal location for a western theme party, offering a perfect country atmosphere . . . . cows included.
The guests enjoyed a variety of interesting activities including gold panning, cowboy games, line dancing, great food and lively music.
Right in the middle of the party festivities, the cows filed in and in an orderly fashion, took their place at the milking machine. It wasn’t long before the guests took notice and crowded to see the milking take place. I must admit this was an interesting first for Lewis Events and definitely added another dimension to the event.
Emily came away from the experience with some new friends.
The roaring 20’s are just around the corner! What plans do you have to celebrate this momentous, once-in-a-lifetime historical milestone? How about hosting an unforgettable Roaring 20’s celebration?
It begins with a stunning entrance.
Amaze guests with spectacular entertainment.Delicious choices are a must!
Document the experience.
Reward guest participation.Ooh and awe guests with show stopping theme decor.
Enjoy the decade.
Neon Colors + Queen + Back to the Future + Skittles = The 80’s. A client decided they wanted their annual awards banquet 80’s style. So Lewis Events waved the magic wand and transformed the Newport Hyatt ballroom into a new wave, fluorescent bowl of hip nostalgia.
While carefully cradling cocktails, guests left their mark on one of the graffiti walls that invited their signature works of art.
Guests had plenty of time to solve the rubik’s cube puzzle and to consume the pile of carbs placed on their table.
The main stage was adorned with plenty of neon and pop culture reminders of attendees younger days.
Universal studios and a select few of the amazing, nearby, culinary establishments were gracious enough to once again host a Club PIHRA special event. Human Resource professionals from around southern Califonia gathered for another unforgettable evening at the entertainment captol of LA. The afternoon and evening featured a wide array of activities, beginning in the Globe theater, with time for networking between HR practitioners and recreational and entertainment destinations and services. A wide array of amusement parks, event planners, and benefit services featured displays and the latest promotions. Professional relationships were established over scrumptious tray passed hors d’oeuvres and ice cold beverages.
Following networking, guests benefitted from a legal education session that brought practitioners up to date on the latest myriad of regulations and resulted in continuing education credits for attendees.
With the serious agenda items behind us it was time to relax and enjoy what Universal had to offer. Guests enjoyed a private Universal tram tour of the studio backlot and special attractions.
We went from hot . . . .
To wet . . . .
To frightening . . .
And then it was time to eat! And not just at one fine food establishment. We had the opportunity taste selections at four amazing and lively, mouth watering destinations. Come and join us for our pictorial tour.
#3 . . . . . . . hungry yet?
Good night LA!
What do you do when you want to get your employees and guests out of their seats and and really make them part of the party? You fill the event with games and end with a bunch of prizes. Lewis events was invited to create an event that would do just that! Enjoy our selection of pre-event shots, because once the party started it got crazy busy and there was no time for photos.
We created a variety of minute-to-win-it style games for the perimeter of the event. We gave each game a different theme, decorated the booths and dressed in costumes to go with each theme. The games included cookie face, chopstick challenge, cup stacking, pirate treasure dig, and the great spoon race. Raffle tickets were awarded for each game guests played.
Outside in the patio, along with the bar and food service, guests participated in an intense competition on the largest foosball table ever. Guests also took advantage of the cornhole games that were spread around the outside lounge.
In the center of the party, guests enjoyed gaming on light up casino tables. Guests stayed to the very end so they would not miss the mountain of prizes that were awarded.
One of the many roles we play. Christy as a German pretzel girl promoting a European car company at an Orange County charity golf tournament.
Happy Lunar New Year! Year number five for Lewis Events assisting USC Pacific Asia Museum with their Lunar New Year celebration. A full day of cultural stage performances, activities and museum experiences for guests. This year the event was held on the beautiful campus of Fuller Theological Seminary, as the Pacific Asia Museum is carrying out renovations at the museum complex.
Emily made some new friends at the celebration.
Hollywood themed awards banquet at the Newport Hyatt.