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Event Lighting Rental Solutions

Los Angeles event production company Red Carpet Systems offers a great selection of event lighting options for all kinds of events.

Whether you need lighting a wedding, performance, movie premiere, Red Carpet Systems can provide you with the best light for your event. Models include  LED, Kino Flo, Arri Fresnel, Source 4, and wireless LED  uplights. All those lights can be used indoor and outdoor.

Professional installation, including setup and break down available in Los Angeles, California and Las Vegas. Warehouse pickup available near you in Los Angeles.

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Customized Envelopes and the Lots Of Various Options

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At Pilgrim Printing, we provide an array of envelopes in various sizes, styles and colors. We can develop custom-made printed styles for businesses and distinct events, and we also produce massive orders for business keen to send out marketing products in top quality envelopes. Our variety includes:

A7 envelopes

A7 envelopes are one of the most common kinds of envelope. With this practical, useful envelope, you can send letters, folded newsletters, and postcards. You can pick from a range of colors and add a personal touch if you’re keen to elevate your envelope to the next level. From basic, understated envelopes to attractive alternatives for a themed event, we can cater to your private requirements and preferences.Printed envelopes Envelope printing uses a raft of benefits for

business owners, in addition to companies and consumers preparing either public or personal occasions. With our premium printing services, we can add individual touches to assist you promote your brand name, send a message to guests, or make your correspondence stand out in the crowd.Fancy envelopes In many cases, when you send out a letter, a typical envelope will do

the task. Nevertheless,

there might be times when a boring brown envelope just will not work. If you remain in the middle of planning the celebration of the decade or the wedding of the year, you do not want your beautiful invite to be wrapped in a fundamental envelope.Fancy envelopes that feature various colors, fonts and

designs will catch the eye, turn heads and get individuals delighted about what’s within. If you are arranging an occasion, and you have a style, designing a custom envelope is a great method to drop hints or to let guests know what the style remains in advance!Business envelopes It takes the typical human being just 7 seconds to

formulate an opinion

. In business, you do not always get a second opportunity, so making the most of those very first couple of seconds is important. You may not think that an envelope could seal an offer, however if you’re sending out a letter or a pamphlet, your consumer will see the envelope prior to they begin reading about the products or services you’re offering. A clever, aesthetically-pleasing, great quality envelope will guarantee you set the best tone.Business envelopes can likewise assist you promote your brand and encourage people to open their mail if you’re utilizing marketing

products like flyers, newsletters, pamphlets or catalogs. A jazzy, vibrant or interesting envelope might make the distinction between the recipient opening the envelope or tossing it on a pile of unopened mail!Invitation envelopes Sending invites is an important part of planning any kind of occasion. From weddings and organization occasions to birthday celebrations and launch nights, picking a

custom envelope is an outstanding method to make your invitation stand out. This will assist to take full advantage of the possibilities of visitors and prospective customers opening your mail and to produce a buzz around the event!If you have actually invested time and money in designing spectacular invitations, it makes sense to complete the look and bring the theme with a coordinating envelope.Custom wedding event envelopes There are couple of things more amazing for couples who

are preparing to get married than sealing envelopes and sending invites! Seeing names and dates and after that hearing back from fired up loved ones who have gotten their invitations in the mail makes whatever real.Many couples take note of designing special invitations for their wedding event, however what about the envelopes? You don’t want to cover a magnificent, custom-made invitation in a cheap, plain or uninteresting envelope. You can utilize your imagination and our great printing services to create premium, distinct envelopes that provide the ideal finishing touch!We offer colored envelopes in a range of sizes, we can create customized envelopes and we can add information and touches to commemorate a style.

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Chelsea & Rick’s Wedding vs. COVID-19

Rick and Chelsea first contacted me back when no one thought twice about handshakes or hugs. Gatherings of people were encouraged with the common phrase, ‘the more, the merrier’. People only worried about masks at Halloween. It was a different world back then, before COVID-19.

The wedding planning process began. They planned on following in Chelsea’s grandparent’s footsteps by marring the Immaculate Conception Church in Dennison and holding their reception at the Knights of Columbus just a block away. Unfortunately,


their plans were unexpectedly put into question thanks to the new normal of social distancing and limiting crowd size.

In the battle between the virus and Chelsea and Rick’s love the winner is clear. Love always wins and nothing was going to stop the Ross wedding on June 13, 2020.

The victory wasn’t without its challenges however. In the days before the wedding, orders from Governor Mike DeWine were altered to lesson the restrictions on weddings in the state, allowing the guest list to expand slightly from the 50 people they had trimmed their list to, but they still were not able to celebrate their big day with everyone that they would have liked due to continued restrictions.

Having served as the wedding videographer for Lucas and Carly Ross, I know that the Ross family can really tear up the dance floor, so when the restrictions on dancing at weddings was lifted just days before Chelsea and Rick’s wedding, I knew that the family would be happy!

Despite the COVID concerns, the day was absolutely perfect for the newlyweds. The weather was wonderful, Chelsea looked like a model in her amazing dress, and Rick was handsome as can be.

I am so happy that I was able to preserve Chelsea and Rick’s big day and I am glad that they will always have a beautiful wedding video that they can watch again and again to relive all of their amazing memories of the day.

I was inspired by the words of the priest during Rick and Chelsea’s wedding mass. Marriage can be simplified so easily in thinking that you have one job to complete: get your family to heaven. What a great way to think about it and a wonderful goal for Rick and Chelsea to work to achieve throughout their lifetime together!

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Here’s What You Need to Know if COVID-19 is Affecting Your Wedding Plans

No matter how much you’ve planned for your wedding, no one could have planned for COVID-19 and the impact it would have on spring weddings around the world. If the conversation of postponing your wedding plans has come up (or is inevitably fast approaching) here are a few of the most important topics to discuss with your partner and how to plan accordingly.

Keeping or changing your wedding date

With quarantining, shut downs, and social distancing in full swing chances are that the decision to postpone your wedding may have already been made for you based on venue closures and government policies surrounding gatherings of certain sizes.

Every day is changing and we don’t have a crystal ball to see into the future so if your date is on the horizon and you aren’t sure when to start thinking about postponing, contact your vendors and see where they’re at in the rescheduling process. Vendors are most commonly rescheduling in chronological order. For example, if your wedding is in late May, but your vendors are currently rescheduling late April weddings, your wedding will not be on the forefront of their rescheduling plans as other couples are taking top billing since their wedding is coming up sooner than yours.

Getting married in quarantine is becoming an increasing trend. If you are set on moving forward on your wedding date and have someone willing to officiate, stand on the front steps or out in the street with your officiant more than six feet away to celebrate your wedding from a safe social distance or get married inside with your officiant videoing in from their residence. Even better, all your guests can still be in attendance for the nuptials with the help of Zoom, Skype or any group streaming service. Be safe and remember that nothing is worth putting loved ones at risk in any way, shape, or form.

You aren’t required to stick to your date by any means so if you want to wait until everyone can be together to share the joy in person, postpone the celebration altogether and let your guests know that a future date will be forthcoming (or what the future date is if you’ve already decided). Be sure to let them know personally and not with a generic social media post that they may not all see.

Working with your vendors

Clear and open communication with your vendors is critical during this time, but not as important being kind. ALWAYS be kind with your wedding professionals. This is just as stressful a time for them as it is for you. If you are working with a wedding planner, reach out to them for guidance. They will oversee communication with your vendors and coordinate finding a new date that works for most or all of your vendors.

Choosing your new date

Once you get available dates from your vendors you can start to make decisions. For example, if all of your vendors but one are available on your new date, you’ll need to ask yourself if you want to find a new vendor to replace them or keep looking for a date that works for everyone (or works for the vendors you have your heart set on). Would you rather choose the date that your photographer is available or your DJ? Your caterer or your bartender? You may be asked these tough questions so make sure you talk these decisions out with your partner before confirming a new date.

Getting help

If you don’t already have a wedding planner, now is the time to look into getting planning assistance. There are a few ways to go about this, keeping in mind no way is the wrong way.

Look for free/discounted advice – Many planners and other wedding professionals are currently offering advice on their social media channels for those whose events are being affected by COVID-19. Follow experienced planners who have been in the industry for a long time and/or work in an area that’s been affected by rescheduled events such as hurricanes or snowstorms.

Speak with your day-of coordinator – If you’ve already hired a day-of coordinator, reach out to them to see if they are able to help or are extending their services beyond that day. Remember, vendors and event professionals have been heavily effected and are losing work and income so do not assume that any vendor is looking to take on more work or go beyond their scope for free.

Consult a lawyer – Having signed vendor contracts for each of your wedding professionals, you may want to consult a lawyer if you are unsure of the impact COVID-19 is having on your contracts, especially when it comes to deposits and final payment in the event that you need to terminate your agreement with a vendor who is not available on your new date.

Starting the rescheduling process

Every day is changing so here are a few things you can do to keep yourself prepared.

Pay attention to the news – Watching the news can be daunting these days, but make sure you are keeping your eye on the current Center for Disease Control guidelines and your local government protocols as they pertain to quarantine, group sizes, and the opening of venues or other event spaces.

Keep open communication with your vendors – Don’t assume that once your vendor told you all the dates that they’re available, that they’ve kept all those dates open for you. If you need a week to make a decision, let them know. If you have questions, ask them. If you have a date in mind you’re considering, ask them about it.

Air on the side of caution – If it looks like your wedding date may fall on the cusp of possibly being able to be held, you may want to put the plans in motion to reschedule for later in the year. The further into the year we get, the more dates will begin to book up with rescheduled weddings.

No matter what is happening in the world, there’s one major factor that won’t change. You’ll always have each other. Whether you have a postponed wedding a few months from now, years from now or you elope and skip a wedding altogether, you will always have each other to rely on when times get tough.