Wednesday, September 23, 2009
We are thrilled to tell you that we were featured in the popular wedding magazine, The Knot Florida's Fall/Winter 2009 Issue! We were featured under the Real Weddings section for doing the floral work for Jennifer and Joel's wedding back in November 2008. This is such an honor and we could not be more excited!
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
On September 6, Rambunktious helped create a one of a kind, spectacular wedding! Brian, an actor, and Tirsa, a film editor from L.A., wanted to have a wedding that suited their fun personalities. Knowing the two, guests weren’t surprised to turn the corner to find living statues or a pirate looking over their shoulder.
The Cà d’Zan Mansion at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida was adorned with every vibrant color imaginable. Tirsa made all of her own fantasy flowers, from fabric – theatre style. The ceremony was actually a short play, complete with dancing down the aisle, mad libs, and even a sword fight between the groom and a pirate, trying to win over the bride. Cocktail hour was on the front lawn where various Cirque acts interacted with the guests. The reception did not lack pizazz either. The bride and groom had created their own movie, projected on – not one, but two screens, to lead into their first dance as husband and wife. The artistic program reached its peak with a knife thrower, accompanied by a tattooed, burlesque-ish assistant, Taiko drummers, and living statues performing their amazing Kiss Show! Cutting the cake is so last year. Tirsa and Brian like to do things differently – with a giant cupcake! All of the other cupcakes were arranged on a giant, gold theatrical crown.
Congratulations Brian and Tirsa! We would also like to thank everyone that helped make this wedding such a success – US Tent Rental, Grand Events, Nellie’s Deli, Holly at Ringling, Treviso, Sights and Sounds, A-List DJ Entertainment, Nina Sutherland Photography, Unity and Merry Makers.
Thursday, May 21, 2009
It was another perfect beach wedding, on another perfect day in Sarasota, FL on April 25, 2009. Jenn and David were married at the Hilton on Longboat Key under a mesmerizing sunset. We enjoyed working on this yummy beach decor of aqua blue and pristine white accented with choral, starfish, fresh moss and other fun accents. It was a pleasure working with Lauren from the Hilton, Eevent, Beth Tyson photography and as usual US Tent Rental.
Monday, May 4, 2009
Rambunktious Productions transformed Sarasota Orchestra's Holley Hall into a swank, chic setting.
Rp was praised in the Herald Tribune for the "glam decor" and noted that hopes have be raised for more settings like this.
Congrats to the Sybarite Chamber Players for thier successful evening!
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Complete in 1926, The John Ringling Towers were designed by Dwight James Baum and built by Owen Burns. The building was originally called the El Vernona Hotel. John Ringling acquired the hotel in 1930 and eventually renamed it. In the early 1980’s the building was closed and sat vacant. On March 28, 2009, Sarasota Architectural Salvage presented relics from the building to the public at an event that brought attention to the importance of historic preservation and will benefit future heritage conservation in Sarasota County. Rambunktious Productions was called in by owner, Jesse White to help with decorating the display room's ceiling and bring in accents that will tie the content of the exhibit to it's 1920 roots.
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Saturday, March 7, 2009
Brad and Becca have been Rambunktious throughout the entire proposal, engagement and wedding process...
We were there assisting Brad with the underwater proposal in West Palm Beach. A big thanks to Rambunktious Marc for the scuba training! The ring was placed in a shell (don't worry, we tied it in) and then Brad tried to get Rebecca to open the shell he placed on the bottom of the ocean. It was great, she shook her head no like there was NO way she was touching that thing. Only after seeing a sparkle and him wrting will you marry me on his underwater slate did she say yes.
We were there at Bayfront Park for their engagement photo shoot and we truly enjoyed being there for their beautiful wedding on Clearwater Beach this past weekend.
On my drive back to Sarasota, I stopped by the Skyway Bridge and took a picture of the amazing sunset that completed a perfect day.
Congrats Becca and Brad!
Not just clients but these great friends are bound to stick with us for years to come. Maybe a baby shower in the future :-) No pressure guys take your time...