Dressing the Awards Ceremony Venue

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Doub7e Seven were proud suppliers of venue decor for the STARS Awards once again. This year’s event had a Moulin Rouge theme, giving Doub7e Seven’s creative team the opportunity to design and make bespoke theming.

A popular topic of conversation at the event, guests’ responded enthusiastically to the venue dressing which included table centre pieces and a giant lit windmill prop. It was unfortunate that the striking Eiffel Tower was just too statuesque for the reception area. The Moulin Rouge backdrop also provided an attraction for guests seeking a photo opportunity location.  The Awards continued late into the night – the sort of great atmosphere that Doub7e Seven Events enjoy being associated with!

Doub7e Seven are organising a Grand Showcase Event on Tuesday 20 September 2011, showcasing the hottest new designs in venue dressing plus cocktails from flair barmen, a fun casino, live music, plus a draw to win £1000 in event vouchers. To request a Golden Ticket, contact Roop Mullins at Doub7e Seven, online or on 033 00-500 7 77.

Posted on 03 August 2011
Featured author: Dale Web Marketing Officer

A Mansfield lad who likes reading, running and red wine.

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