Looking for the raddest people.
Position: Decor Assistant (Seasonal/Part Time)
Work Schedule: Weekends & evenings from March-October (Hours are not guaranteed and scheduling will be based on availability and aptitude)
Rate of Pay: $15/hour (7AM – 10PM) and $25/hour (10PM-7am)
Your position as a decor assistant will mainly revolve around the set-up and striking of weddings. This will involve following design plans and putting your own design skills to test with on-site styling. Shifts will often be split – one afternoon shift and one late night shift to accommodate the set-up and strike of the event. Times will vary 🙂
The Duties Required:
- Wedding set up (including, but not limited to: packing/unpacking the decor, hanging lighting/displays, setting and styling tables, assisting with floral arrangements, etc.)
- Wedding tear down (carefully re-packing decor)
The Must-Have Qualifications:
- Legendary customer service skills
- Extremely punctual
- Must be organized and flexible
- Ability to self start and work independently
- Ability to work well under pressure
- Ability to lift at least 40 pounds (#muscles)
- You must have a reliable transportation to travel between Hope & Whistler
- You must be available to work weekends & late nights
- Experience in the events industry is an asset (but a love for hustle is a must)
To apply please send an introduction over to firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we’re bringing a simple but elegant DIY your way. This DIY Monogrammed Ring Box is so simple, the aesthetic could fit almost any decor theme. We love the clean round shape with no latches (just a hidden magnet!) of these boxes that are the perfect size to be carried down the aisle in little ones’ hands. If you’re looking to do something a little different than a traditional ring pillow… maybe this is your answer! We chose to do a simple one letter monogram inside two clean circles, but you could totally choose to dress it up with some flourishes and garnishes. The sky is the limit!
If you’ve never tried wood burning, it can seem a bit intimidating. I mean, the thing is hot enough to burn wood, right? But we dare you to try it out! It’s actually so simple. Think of it like writing with a hot pen. A very hot pen, but just a pen. The entire handle is cool, you just need to keep your little fingers away from the hot end (just like a glue gun). And is that really so scary?
We picked up this box from Michaels, theres so many different shapes and sizes to choose from. The first thing you’ll want to do is decide on your design. Sketch it out or print out a stencil to transfer to your box. Put on your round pointed tip for your wood burner and let it warm up while you’re doing this.
We used a candle to trace around to get the circle shape. I don’t know about you but drawing a perfect circle isn’t my strength! We added a second circle inside that one before working on the ‘A’. To do a faux calligraphy letter, draw it as you normally would then add thickness to the ‘down’ strokes. That means any time your pen would be travelling towards the baseline, you should be making that stroke thicker.
You could even add in a date on the bottom as a memento.
There you have it! Easy as pie! We used some white linen to fill the box, but you could choose any material that matches your colours. What do you think of the simple raw wood look? We cant help but picture it at a winter wedding full of fresh holiday greens! But maybe that’s just the season.
If you follow this DIY we would LOVE to see photos!
Welcome to month two of our ‘New and Wonderful’ series where we share some of our fresh inventory that is all ready to join you at your event. We have new inventory joining us all. the. time. So we’re really just featuring something we especially love each month. And for the second month in the row… it’s a stunning arm chair! There’s something about classic upholstery and luxe fabrics that get us every time.
Meet Reynolds. Isn’t he charming? We especially love him headed into the holiday season. Did you spot our wreaths post last week? He’d look stunning paired with one IMHO. I think we may need to do a round up of our favourite ways to use upholstered arm chairs because there are SO many fabulous ways to make use of them in events… here’s a few of our faves: a signing table chair, a welcome vignette, a photo prop, in your getting ready room and photos, at the head table, in a comfy lounge area, in a man lounge (that’s a thing, really)… and honestly ANYWHERE you need a chair or some decor to spice up a corner. They’re so darn versatile and beautiful.
Tell us, where have you spied upholstered armchairs being used in weddings, events, and decor? We always love some new inspiration, link it up in the comments!