Table Art, the creators of contemporary table centrepieces, props and lit furniture, has expanded its portfolio to include a complete event styling service for clients. The expansion incorporates all of the company’s in-house manufactured, and often bespoke products, and couples it with state of the art technology, design and attention to detail.
Styling themes already offered by Table Art range from ‘Dream Circus’ and ‘Rio Carnival’ to ‘Art Deco’ and ‘Superheroes.’ With a strong focus on the use of technology the company will use sights and sounds to stimulate the senses and create an atmosphere from the moment guests arrive. This will include light boxes, picture frames incorporating digital content, LED pixel tubes that have multiple uses including ropes and posts and SONOS surround sound. In addition, the company offers a range of fabric inflatable props that are easy to transport and install.
The new event styling concept allows the Table Art team to transform venues and events using creative modern practices. The company is providing tailor-make packages to suit each client; designing bespoke props where appropriate and working in tandem with clients to understand their objectives. Certain packages include a personalised website that clients can use for promotional purposes, they come complete with a library of graphics and teaser trailer. Artwork can be tweaked specifically for the client’s events, allowing organisers to set the scene and engage with guests prior to the event.
Commenting on the new service, managing director Gary Martin said: “Moving in to complete event styling is an opportunity to take all the principles and good practises that we use in delivering centrepieces and upscaling them for clients who are looking for a more comprehensive solution. We have always prided ourselves on our creativity and innovation so as the event industry moves towards technology it makes sense to move in that direction. We believe that styling with technology will become commonplace and we want to be at the forefront whether that’s utilising tech to create an effect or including sounds. It is an exciting development for myself and the team and we’re looking forward to it evolving as we roll it out over the next six months.”