When creating a theme for your event, there are so many options to choose from, where does one begin? Rather than settling on the same trends or themes that have been done before, check out these thought-provoking fun summer decor themes to get your creative juices flowing to help you build a spectacular event theme.

Interactive user technology is and will always be at the forefront of not only the Events Industry but all industries. Consider how the following industries have dramatically changed over the last few years with advances in technology: Uber changed transportation, Instagram changed shopping, Netflix changed entertainment.

Those who have had the pleasant experience of planning Nashville Corporate Events for friends, company outings, or maybe a wedding, have had the pleasure of getting a little taste of what the Events Industry can be at its best and worst.

In last month’s blog The Special Event, Part 1: Event Trends & Hot List 2019!, I highlighted some pretty great new products and trends for the coming year. If you missed it, you should go back and check it out, there’s some pretty cool stuff in there!

To kick off the new year inspired, I flew out to San Diego and attended what is coined as the event industry’s largest conference and tradeshow, The Special Event 2019.

A message from Cathy Genetti, President –

Every January we try to take time to reflect on what was and what will be. This year is a very special milestone since we’ll be celebrating our 10th Anniversary and wow – there’s so much to celebrate! As we were recently working on a sizzle reel, I went through a photographic journey of the evolution of Next Level Event Design – where we started a decade ago to where we are now.

2018 Year in Review

2018 is a wrap! Hope you had as much fun as we have had this year! Wishing you joy and happiness in the New Year!

When was the last time you had a real conversation?  You know, like a good, healthy deep-dive into a topic that everyone was passionate about?  A conversation that people listened and considered different points of view, coming out of it enlightened, supported, and feeling more fulfilled.

Many clients tend to think that a higher budget means a better event, but that doesn’t have to be the case. The truth is, a more thoughtful event planning and design is what leads to a better experience for your client and their guests.

Whether you’re planning a ten person office party or a one thousand person product launch, the first concrete decision that needs to be made is the same: the venue.

Once you have the venue, everything else can start falling into place – the exact date, the decor, the entertainment, the food… all of it.