West Coast Event Productions has recently expanded event rental inventory to include acrylic tables with white stretch fabric that can be illuminated any color to create an electric atmosphere. Under the same concept, WCEP constructed a new DJ booth with similar materials. See the event rentals below Nike recently utilized for a Pure Space event, adding crystal ice Chiavari chairs, and custom gobo lighting.
Archive for January, 2014
Self Enhancement will be combining two of the organization’s largest fundraising events into one exceptionally magnificent evening, “Soul of the City: A Magical Night of Wonder”. The event will feature aerial artists and performers from Self Enhancement’s student choir and band, as well as an after party. See the press release for full details and ticket information, and learn about the nonprofit’s mission to help Portland’s youth.
Smarsh, a Portland based electronic communication company, celebrated the holidays at the Yale Union building–working with WCEP to design an event fit for Gatsby himself. The flamboyant Great Gatsby themed event featured the following items from West Coast’s event rental and decor inventory: gold chameleon chairs, intricate chandeliers, custom sequence linen, plush lounge seating, ostrich plumes, mirrored bars, glass end tables, golf, giant chess pieces and board.
West Coast Event Productions rang in the New Year by hosting their first ever public event at Pure Space in the Pearl District. The New Years in the Pearl party drew a vivacious and full crowd to the 12,500 square foot event venue.
“When I saw the email from WCEP about the NYE party I knew I had to go…West Coast Events has a reputation for producing the most incredible events in Oregon, so when I saw they were hosting a New Year’s Eve party at Pure Space, I knew it was going to be the event not to miss” said attendee Tam Everard.
Guests enjoyed performances from A-Wol aerial artists, dancers from New York, and many took advantage of the available VIP treatment—sipping cocktails from their perch in ultra-lounge seating areas with personal servers.
WCEP pulled out all the stops for the Studio 54 themed New Year’s Eve party. Lighting played a major role to create the club ambiance executed by the WCEP team. Psychedelic designs flashed on circular truss screens on either side of the venue, while DJ Sovern-T kept guests dancing from his look-out on an elevated stage as the performers entertained guests down below. Two truss palm trees framed the DJ stage, which extended out to create a lit holographic runway for guests to hop aboard and show off their moves.
Despite the fact that West Coast Event Productions has been producing and planning events for affluent corporate, nonprofit, wedding, and private clients, for over 30 years, WCEP is just now beginning to explore the opportunity of hosting fun events open to the public, utilizing Pure Space and Flex Space as venues.
“We had a great time and look forward to the next event West Coast hosts” said Everard in anticipation of events to come!
Join us at DATE NIGHT: a fun time out for engaged couples (with a wedding-planning twist). Sponsored by: Stumptown DJs, McMenamins and West Coast Event Productions.
Enjoy a signature drink and nibbles, while checking out Portland’s top-notch wedding vendors (including us!). Then dance the night away with your future bride or groom (and forget about wedding planning for a while).
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As family friendly affair, Puppet Labs, an IT Automation Software company in Portland, Oregon created a “Hot Chocolate Chemistry Lab” for children attending to whip up their own concoction using different candies, flavors and condiments while wearing lab coats–a neat spin on the traditional hot chocolate bar.
Jive got jiggy with it at their holiday event, incorporating swanky club-like lighting for an ultra cool wintery ambiance. The warm shades of up lighting helped to incorporate a holiday feel, and break away from the silver, blue, and icy tones commonly used for holiday or winter themed events. Yahoo! followed suit with warm, deep red drapery, though also combined traditional winter wonderland hues with blue lighting.