A Corinthian Christmas

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

At Corinthian Events, we like to celebrate the holidays with a bubbly toast, a centrally positioned table filled with edible treats (thanks to our awesome vendors and clients), and with a much anticipated Yankee Swap.

This year, we ventured to Market for a delicious 3-course lunch, a few toasts (and a roast), and of course the sharing of gifts.  With an iPad cover, a pedicure set, decadent truffle oil and a Labrador calender – it might have been the most competitive yet!

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas from all of us – we’ll see you on Tuesday!


Winter Wonderland at the Museum of Fine Arts

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

Happy Holidays to you and yours from Corinthian Events!  As we count down to the Christmas weekend, we hope you enjoy these festive photos from last week’s swanky Winter Wonderland at the MFA.


It’s the Holiday Season!

Thursday, December 15th, 2011

This past Monday we transformed the Gallery and Ballroom at the Mandarin Oriental Boston for a corporate holiday party.  The décor was designed to be lush, cozy and inviting with a deep plum and chocolate brown palate accented with pops of silver.  To shake things up, we imported some stunning furniture from NYC and installed a custom dance floor complete with swirly snowflake inlay – so fun!


An Evening of Charm at the Old South Meeting House

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Boasting one of the best downtown locations in Boston and doused with colonial history, this past month, the Old South Meeting House provided the iconic back drop for a corporate dinner reception.  As guests arrived at the venue, they were welcomed with the host’s glowing logo projected on the sidewalk and made their way inside the museum to find passed hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and tables set amongst the pews.

There’s nothing like a Smilebooth with a festive backdrop to add fun to your evening.  Adorn your desk – this sleek machine produced logo-branded image strips that were slipped into plastic frames for guests to take away.

And arguably the best part of the evening, Livingston Taylor performed beneath the pulpit throughout the night. (Our Jill might be his biggest fan!)


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