Renowned for transforming brides’ dreams into lasting memories, the team at Opulent Events provides professional wedding coordination and versatile event design to Las Vegas brides and grooms.
“I’m so passionate about what I do. I absolutely love it,” Kimberly Welch, owner of Opulent Events, said at Bridal Spectacular’s bridal show.
With Opulent Events, brides have several coordination opportunities. They may receive full wedding coordination for stress-free planning experiences, month-of-wedding coordination to complete final details, or day-of coordination that allows brides to enjoy the day while a professional directs the event.
While Opulent Events excels at coordination, Opulent Events’ owner Kimberly Welch and her business partner Tom Robinson also offer brides a unique perspective through visionary event design.
“The design part is probably my absolute favorite,” Welch said.
With her eye for color palettes, attention to detail, and desire to make every bride’s vision become a reality, Welch creates fresh designs that don’t simply follow wedding industry trends.
“I [find] what fits them,” Welch said of her brides, “because not everybody wants to do the trendy thing.”
With this perspective, Opulent Events works with brides of all styles to bring original, dynamic design to each wedding.
“We’re very flexible and customized,” Welch said.
Also, Opulent Events works with brides at any stage of the planning process. If a bride knows what she wants, she can present her ideas to Opulent’s design staff, who then can create her vision. Brides who don’t know their wedding’s design direction are also welcome.
“Even if they just have colors, we can definitely build just from basic colors up into the whole thing,” Welch said.
While Opulent Events’ creativity sets this company apart in the design world, Welch and Robinson have also defined a personable business based in their eco-friendly values.
“We can do eco, but we can do something fun and modern and very colorful as well,” Welch said. “We’re versatile planners.”
As they seek to deliver eco-friendly options that reflect their brides’ visions, Opulent Events develops their own products and thinks outside the box for floral arrangements.
“We used kale, which is like a vegetable,” Welch said of a past bridal experience. “When you’re working with an eco-bride on a budget, that stuff can fill a big dish for floral and it’s really pretty. But it’s eco because it’s something that we can grow very rapidly and in numbers. So that was kind of cool.”
In addition to using renewable resources and flowers that won’t wilt readily (thereby needing no replacement florals), Opulent Events also designs reusable glass products specifically for a wedding’s theme.
Most notably is Opulent Events’ signature water fountains. At a bride and groom’s request, Robinson designs a glass sculpture for their fountain. Then he drills elegant holes through the glass, which allows movement in these artistic pieces. Then brides and grooms can include this memorable décor for reception tables, sweetheart tables, or even entry tables.
“We have an infinity fountain, similar to an infinity pool, and we have flowers floating in it,” Welch said of the display in Opulent Event’s Bridal Spectacular bridal show booth. “Then the last show, we did one that looked like an actual waterfall. So that was fun. They’re fun to create and build, and they definitely draw people in.”
Whether brides and grooms embrace eco-friendly options or simply enjoy the relaxation that comes with booking professional wedding coordination, Opulent Events invites couples for a free consultation. Then they can witness the creativity, ingenuity, and passion Opulent Events possesses firsthand.
For personable wedding coordination and visionary event design, choose Opulent Events. Contact Kimberly Welch at (702) 465-8965 and Tom Robinson at (702) 373-8178, or visit their website. For additional Las Vegas wedding coordination and event design businesses, please visit the official website of Bridal Spectacular.
Author: Allyson Siwajian © 2012
Photographs: first and final photos by Allyson Siwajian © 2012, second photo by Orange Soda Photo © 2011