Articles Featuring Eggsotic Events • NJ Event Design & Lighting

Here are a few recent articles featuring Eggsotic Events' decor and lighting services:

 Photography by Emin Wedding Photojournalist; Photo via weddingplannermag.com

Photography by Emin Wedding Photojournalist; Photo via weddingplannermag.com

A Peek Behind the Scenes at Three Fabulous Tented Weddings • Wedding Planner Magazine

Eggsotic Events partnered with Marie Danielle Vil-Young of A Votre Service Events to create a gorgeous tent atmosphere for a wedding at a farm in Bordentown, New Jersey. Eggsotic provided uplighting, band/stage lighting, ceiling wash lighting, draping, and a ceiling installation with hundreds of LED candles and lanterns. We also installed draping on the mandap for the ceremony. For more details about this wedding, read the original article here. To see more photos of this beautiful wedding, visit the photographer's blog.

 Photography by Jashim Jalal Photography. Photo via theyesgirls.com

Photography by Jashim Jalal Photography. Photo via theyesgirls.com

New York City Meets Las Vegas Marriage Proposal by The Yes Girls

Eggsotic Events provided our Eiffel Tower and uplighting at GoldBar in NYC for a marriage proposal planned by The Yes Girls. The Yes Girls are a group of planners who specialize in one-of-a-kind marriage proposals. Kishan and Merisa's love story involved meeting in Las Vegas, so the Eiffel Tower was chosen to represent Paris Las Vegas' iconic tower replica. Merisa said yes! To see more photos and find out more about custom marriage proposal planning, click here for the full article. Also, read Kishan's testimonial here.

 Photo via nj.com

Photo via nj.com

Horses and Riders Stars of the Field and Fashion Fundraiser • NJ.com

Eggsotic Events provided uplighting, dance floor lighting, band lighting, draping, and auction lighting for the New Jersey Conservation Foundation's Field & Fashion Fundraiser at Cedar Lane Farm. The NJCF raises funds to preserve land and natural resources throughout NJ. See the full article on NJ.com.