Todd Events Design/Decor/Floral

Two x Two for AIDS and Art 2016

Dallas, TX

Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main feature

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

 
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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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Each October, the Todd Team breaks out their geodesic dome tent (90’ in diameter) for the Two x Two event. The designs are always innovative, creative and based off a certain color. This year, the theme was reflecting back, using mirror and white. We decided to go with a more refined design, as last year was very colorful with the Technicolor design. We wanted to do something different and refreshing. The all white and mirror look was complemented with hints of muted purples in the floral, tabletop accents, and lighting. Two of the main features in the tent were the stage and the ceiling. Set at the back of the tent was an all mirror catwalk stage with a mirror proscenium and mylar curtains. It provided a fun backdrop for the festivities throughout the night and the perfect stage for Ricky to make his way around the room. Sprawling the dome ceiling was a white balloon cloud sculpture. Tabletop décor helped give the room the sleek and modern design. Rounds, dressed in all white, were complemented with a collection of clear glass bubble bowls with floral details. Mirrored rectangular tables were topped with a collection of glass vases with orchids, lucite candlesticks with taper candles, and amethyst gem details.

Lighting is always such a large part of the overall design. The projections of effervescing bubbles on the exterior of the tent provided for a great feature for guest arrival. Lighting projections in the interior of the tent included bubbles, some, and abstract lighting to be in white, lavender, and smoky grey tones.

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