Given our current drought conditions, thinking about or planning for a rainy event day is not an issue we typically deal with in LA. So when the rains do come on a Saturday, at the end of July, not many event planners are prepared. Fortunately, for one of our events that week, a tough decision turned out to the the best decision to save their wedding. This beautiful Redondo Beach wedding was set up with a free standing chandelier post and market string lights, but the weather forecast turned from bad to worse. The addition of the tent and restringing of the market lights and chandelier saved this wedding from the down pours that occurred during the wedding night. Check out our beautiful fabric decor of the tent and the living room. The color theme was white and navy blue.
This beautiful pool cover was constructed at a private home in Anaheim Hills for a baby shower. The partial pool cover allowed for the brilliant blue of the pool to shine through. The cover also had a plexiglass center, which added to the summery blue allure. Market string lights and white lanterns strewn across the pool elegantly and playfully defined the event space. With surrounding rustic lounge furniture, this intimate and gorgeous space allowed the guests to enjoy showering the mother to be.
In Southern California where the sun shines year round and temperatures run high, almost every home has a pool. At Opus Event Rentals we have become experts in providing pool covers for home events. A pool cover is the most efficient way to create extra space for your event, and it adds that “wow” factor to any event. Pool covers also make for excellent walkways for wedding ceremonies. No matter what event you are throwing, pool covers are safe platforms for your guests to dine, dance, and party on.
Each pool cover we construct is a unique custom structure. Call us for a free consultation, be prepared to tell us about the space and the event, and we will answer any of your questions. Check out the pictures and video below to see our general pool cover construction process.
For many teenagers, Prom is a highly anticipated and defining moment. From finding the perfect dress to securing the perfect date, the prelude to the actual dance is a string of exhilarating moments. The pre-Prom dinner is no exception, it is the final moment which crescendos into the main event. A subtle black and white color scheme was the base upon which pops of soft pink were implemented to elicit the romance and sophistication of Paris, France. This popular Parisian color scheme originated from popular art mostly found during the Belle Époque period in France, which represents a beautiful time of French history where peace and prosperity allowed for art and culture to bloom. Under the 30’ by 30’ tent, a plexi-glass pool cover was constructed to create more space. Soft sweeping black and white chiffon was draped across the ceiling, and at the apex, a gorgeous crystal rain chandelier pulled the tented space together. The tables were adorned with white linens, black and white striped table runners, classic black napkins, and finally set with white square dinner and salad plates. Eiffel Tower replicas surrounded by white and pink flowers made for elegant centerpieces, and truly pulled in the Parisian theme.
We rolled out the red carpet for this lavish fundraiser event to benefit the Bais Chaya Mushka School. Set in a private modern home tucked away in Los Angeles, the event demanded a corresponding exquisite design and layout. We provided luxurious and modern white lounge furniture, which was dispersed invitingly throughout the space. The bar area was complete with a white tufted bar and wine barrels, elegantly displaying the array of wine options. After perusing the gorgeously laid out dinner buffet table, guests enjoyed their food at classic tables decorated with white linens, mahogany chiavari chairs, and feathered centerpieces. The night came alive with stand up comedy and speeches given in honor of the benefit. Every aspect of this event was meticulously arranged and designed, befit any Los Angeles event, in order welcome and wow the guests.