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Rustic Industrial

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  • May 17, 2017

Display Group’s Event Producer Kacy Irwin takes sleek industrial style and provides a contrast with rustic furniture and décor. Natural elements combined with metals brings the outdoors in while giving guests a eclectic atmosphere. Rustic pallet tables, ...

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QLine Detroit

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  • May 16, 2017

Display Group is proud to announce our involvement in the grand opening of QLine Detroit on Friday, May 12, by providing 3D letters for display on Woodward Ave. With the idea that visitors will pose for pictures ...

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Wedding Trends 2017

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  • May 1, 2017

Spotted: elegant wedding garden party brought indoors. Hosted by the Greater Detroit Chapter National Association for Catering and Events (NACE), the 2017 Wedding Trends event showcased this year’s inspiring designs and décor for all things weddings. Display Group’s Event Designer Michelle Halloran combined greenery, signature modern furniture and floral to style one of the events featured displays. Michelle perfectly captured the look and feel of an elegant outdoor wedding indoor at the Rattlesnake Club. “To ...

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Geometric meets Glitter

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  • May 1, 2017

Inspired by the pictured mirrored geometric hallway, Display Group’s Event Producer Kacy Irwin took a futuristic approach to April’s event inspiration board. For the focal point, Kacy uses the 6.5’ diameter mirrored disco ball enhanced by custom ...

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Honoring Harwell

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  • April 28, 2017

Nationally and locally known, famed broadcaster Ernie Harwell was a key figure for the Detroit Tiger’s during 42 of his 55 seasons announcing for Major League Baseball games. Harwell was recognized for his achievements by multiple national ...

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Greenery – Pantone of 2017

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  • April 24, 2017

        Greenery. It’s all about Greenery (Pantone 15-0343, in fact) this year. Chosen by the world-renowned Pantone Color Institute, Greenery has been selected as the “it” color this year for all things design, digital, ...

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Design Elements That Will Put Your Event over the Top

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  • April 18, 2017

Once you've found a venue, nailed down your guest list, and chosen a theme for your event, it's time to start thinking about how it will all come together. You'll have to pick food and hire entertainers, ...

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Choosing an Event Venue: 5 Major Factors to Consider

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  • April 11, 2017

The first thing most businesses are concerned about when planning an event is cost, but with a firm budget and proper planning, you can move ahead and begin to consider what else you need from your venue. ...

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5 Essential Elements for Memorable Corporate Events

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  • April 4, 2017

Hosting corporate events requires a lot of planning. Whether you're throwing a theme celebration for the benefit of investors, business partners, or staff, or you're planning a conference, a product launch, or a charity event, for example, ...

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4 Huge Trends in Corporate Events

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  • March 31, 2017

Corporate events are often designed with education in mind. Attendees are provided valuable information needed to improve their performance or understanding of industry advances, and in some cases even to earn necessary ongoing education credits. In some ...

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Corporate Event Planning 101: What to Know and Why

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  • December 7, 2016

Corporate events are complex, multifaceted events that have a really hard time cramming together under any umbrella (even the one 'corporate events!'). But there are some remarkably consistent ways in which corporate events of any size, scope, ...

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Corporate Event Planning 101: Breaking Murphy’s Law

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  • November 30, 2016

Corporate events are complex, multifaceted events that have a really hard time cramming together under any umbrella (even the one 'corporate events!'). But there are some remarkably consistent ways in which corporate events of any size, scope, ...

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