Party/Event Theme Ideas: James Bond

16Nov13

Without a shadow of a doubt one of the events I’ll remember most from 2013 is one from back in May at the Broadlands Academy down in Bristol for their year 11 prom.

The event itself was carefully organised by Stephanie from http://www.sweetandpretty.co.uk/ with a James Bond theme.

We were given a standard sports hall and charged with the task of transforming it to a vibrant party area. I’ll let the photos below do the talking,

What we started with...

What we started with…

One starcloth, blue uplighting, blue LED glow furniture and gobo projection later....

One starcloth, blue uplighting, blue LED glow furniture and gobo projection later….

Now just add some students....

Now just add some students….

LED cubes set to a range of available colours

LED cubes set to a range of available colours

You could add that glitz and glamour look to the entrance with our rope and post systems

You could add that glitz and glamour look to the entrance with our rope and post systems

If you’re having a event where guests are having a sit down meal then this is a perfect way to help create that James Bond look. I know our good friends over at Event Style do fantastic work. I’m thinking a combination of black and white linen with chair covers and thin and tall centrepieces with white and black feathers! (I’m sure Becky has some better suggestions).

Hope this has helped, natural feel free to fire over your comments, suggestions and feedback 🙂

Neil

http://www.ddwes.co.uk

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