DLS Brings Holiday Parties Into the Spirit of the Season

With innovative LED Lighting, staging, pipe and drape, decor, linens, tables and concert quality audio all available from our Oaklawn area warehouse - companies and organizations across the mteroplex are turning to Dallas Light and Sound to realize their vision for holiday celebrations - both public and private.

Events held this year at Studios 1019, Dallas Contemporary, NorthPark mall's Business Council for the Arts, The Park Towers, The Vendome, Craighead Greene Gallery, 809 Vickery and The Fashion Industry Gallery have seen unique audio, video, lighting and decor designs for holiday themed soirees supplied by Dallas Light and Sound.

Dallas Light and Sound Event Designers Craig Canant and Neale Jones have created tableaus of color in blues, silvers, reds and greens utilizing lighting, linens and decor. Utilizing event furnishings including Dallas Light and Sound "Sylebars", highboys, our new "Style Lounge" banquettes, red carpet installations, and holiday decor in an assortment of colors, the pair have created winter fantasy wonderlands across the metroplex.

New color changing blocks serve as a
stunning base for our inventory of
white Christmas Trees in this window display which
welcomes guests to an event at NorthPark.
New for 2012 - color changing lighted tree base boxes! These great looking additions to our furniture and event decor inventory make for a memorable base for our inventory of all white Christmas trees.

Room Lighting and Textured Gobos make this
food display from Doug Boster Gourmet Catering
look simply delicious at the
Business Council for the Arts space in NorthPark.
Also new for 2012 - "Style Lounge" banquette seating. Slipcovered in black, white or grey, these ultra-comfortable lounge style seating surfaces are both stylish and versatile. They look outstanding when paired with red, pink or black carpet, with a 32" round table placed between. DLS created a signature "Style Lounge" look of black, white and red with zebra accent pillows as part of comprehensive event production services on the first Friday in December at the Dallas Contemporary for the DFW Federal Club Holiday party.

An uplit icy centerpiece flanked by underlit tinsel trees bring a
cool dynamic to this food presentation from Jim Lee Events at the
Dallas Theater Center Guild holiday party at the Vendome.
Many holiday parties feature a focus on food, and well lit food both looks and tastes..... better. Utilizing textured gobos and sophisticated room lighting, food presentations at a number of holiday parties come alive for the holidays with lighting from Dallas Light and Sound. Our decor department supplied an icy touch to the food  presentation tables at several events to match the lighting pallette. For your event we can also tap into our extensive decor inventory for a red hot holiday look.

For information about services available from Dallas Light and Sound, contact us at dallight@sbcglobal.net or call 214-943-4238. Additional images of our work can be found in the photo galleries on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/dallaslightandsound .

A white tree display "pops" at the Vendome in an icy blue motif at the
Dallas Theater Center Guild holiday party.

Style Lounge banquettes are shown in a signature combination of
Black, Red and White at the Dallas Contemporary.

Highboys, mirrored ball centerpieces and a staging installation
with video projection screen in the center of the stage provides
a great backdrop for entertainment for the DFW Federal Club.

Hudson Ferus Vodka branding looks great on a Dallas Light and Sound
Stylebar - so sophisticated in a stainless look with accent lamps.
It's a blue Christmas for the Dallas Theatre Center Guild.
Notice the red area on the left - which is where the bar was positioned.
The red color provides a visual break while accenting the service area for
something naughty and something nice.

San Francisco based entertainer Mahlae Balenciaga in a dance performance
routine at a private party at Park Towers with
lighting and audio from Dallas Light and Sound.
photo by Tony Valdez