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And in partnership with RagingMonk, we revitalise the marketing and business operations with the goal of modernising the brand and business.
We’ll start with what you envision for your guests to experience and then work backwards. It’s the perfect place to start because they’re important to you, and impressions matter.
Since they’re the cherished, the most loved, the closest and well respected people you know, we’ll create a memorable experience with you.
Here is what we’ll look after for you:
1. Match the perfect location and venue,
2. Take care of the contracts and boring paperwork,
3. Put together the team to create your event,
4. Manage all the teams leading up to The Day,
5. Coordinate your day so it goes without a hitch!
6. Post clean up and tidying up any loose ends.
The brief was “create Sydney’s most Instagramable cafe that’s beautiful”, so we drew inspirations by the Audrey Hepburn feature mural wall, and the corner location screamed to be a feature.
We designed a full ceiling installation of gorgeous purple wisteria set with some small twinkle lights, while having other pretty elements such as a permanent flower wall wrapped around 3 walls, a feature frontage of flowers and umbrellas with hedges.
We looked at what was missing in Sydney’s South West and found there hasn’t been anything profound and modern enough to attract the growing sophistication of the younger generation. But at the same time offer traditional food that has been the soul of SILVER PEARL for the past 25 years.
We believe it’s important for us maintain that nostalgia because, after all, we have served generations of families here. The approach then is to re-dress, re-imagine the space.
Hot on the heels of what we did at Social Hideout’s Waterloo location, we added some love and floral designs to their Parramatta cafe location.
This project was to work with the existing fit out of one of Parramatta’s best cafe, where we designed some ceiling florals, with a gorgeous permanent flower wall and smaller trinkets of pretty umbrellas to shade patrons from the court yard sun.