Red Carpet Inn Cooperstown On The Lake - Recently I made a red carpet event and thought I'd share some of our charity fundraising thoughts with you. The occasion was for PCRM and also like other red carpet events we create, lots of hours of preparation went into making this successful charitable event. Among the primary nonprofit thoughts was to create this nonprofit event stick out from the crowd since the charity was being released to a new audience on the West Coast. Thus it was essential for this particular red carpet event to adhere to the highest degree of professionalism concerning food, service, and design.
We achieved this by bringing in one of the top live TV show manufacturers who in turn assembled a top-rated production team making the tv portion of this occasion smooth. Other charity fundraising thoughts we used to maintain our funding was to create elegant floral arrangements at price and recycle the glass containers. We even used among those floral designs out of Budget Bash, that is to submerge a cymbidium orchid. Like most of other red carpet events, we placed "asks" for patrons for our bar.
Because this is a vegan nonprofit event we had quite strict parameters in terms of exactly what drinks we could serve but discovered generous patrons for our liquor, beer, and wine. Other patrons were kind enough to allow us "borrow" their recipes in which the caterer created our tasty three-course dinner menu. Additional nonprofit ideas comprised our live and silent auction that stuck to a vegan code to ensure our patrons were not offended by what we offered to help raise funds.
We utilized lighting effectively as our principal design component with this red carpet event as well as vegan-friendly drape and linen. We integrated our design components from the save-the-date card as well as the invitation to make our classic yet elegant room décor. And what are red carpet events without an after party? For this region of the occasion, we quickly transitioned our cocktail area to a nightclub with a white dance flooring, white faux leather sofas, and a vegan dessert station.
Added charity fundraising ideas contained sleek modern-looking informational kiosks to help interpret, explain and encourage the charity's mission statement. I learned a great deal from making this occasion particularly concerning healthy eating habits and integrating facets of a vegetarian diet into my regular routine. Until next time, remember the Budget Bash mantra: make it simple, delicious, stylish, enjoyable & economical to all!