Recycled Decor for Events

By Hayley Panagakis, June 24, 2016

recycled decor for events They say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Such was the case when event company Elite Productions International used recycled cans, bottles and lightbulbs in rustic centerpieces for an evening party for ROTH Capital Partners.

The tented event, which was held earlier this year in Orange County, California, was themed like a dive bar and included decaled tables, wooden floors and a performance from classic rock band Foreigner.

The design also took an interactive turn, says Lili Shadab, president and creative director at Elite, who thought up the inspired idea. “Some attendees added a couple of things of their own [to the displays],” she laughs. Way to reduce, reuse and recycle.


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