We’re all pretty familiar with American New Year’s customs of parties, Times Square Ball Drops, fireworks, and funky party noise makers. But how does the rest of the world ring in the new year? New Year’s is one of those unique holidays that most cultures celebrate in some way or form. For most, … [Read more...] about Celebrating the New Year Around the World
All good California hoteliers know how important it is to install holiday lighting and decor at their properties during the Christmas season. The holiday season is obviously a peak business time for the hospitality industry, as families take time off from work to travel and visit and celebrate with … [Read more...] about Year-round decorative lighting for hotels and resorts makes every stay feel like the holidays.
Independence day in Los Angeles is one of the summer's biggest highlights, and no Independence Day would be complete without traditional 4th of July fireworks. After a relaxing day at one of L.A.’s beautiful beaches and barbecuing in your backyard, cap off the evening with a fireworks show and … [Read more...] about Where to Celebrate 4th of July This Summer
Ahh, the joys of summer. The smell of fresh blooming flowers mixed with irresistible aroma of smoking charcoal briquettes. The gleeful sounds of children playing games, whizzing around on their bikes or chasing butterflies. And the refreshing flavor of a glass of frosty homemade lemonade or an … [Read more...] about Summer’s Here, Time to Party!
[share title="Share this Post" facebook="true" twitter="true" google_plus="true" email="true"] As a Christmas Lighting and Décor Company, we have to admit that winter is definitely our favorite time of year. In addition to the fun-filled holiday season and the anticipation of the annual countdown … [Read more...] about Top 5 Reasons Why Christmas Lighting Companies Hate to Love Summer
[share title="SHARE THIS POST" facebook="true" twitter="true" google_plus="true" linkedin="true" pinterest="true" reddit="true" email="true"] One of the biggest holidays of the year, Easter, is hopping our way. And although popular mythology about the holiday often focuses on a large bunny … [Read more...] about Decorating for Easter
[share title="SHARE THIS POST" facebook="true" twitter="true" google_plus="true" linkedin="true" pinterest="true" reddit="true" email="true"] St. Patrick’s Day is almost here again, and it’s time to get out your green and hoist a Guinness or Irish whiskey at the local pub in celebration. Soon folks … [Read more...] about Decorating for St. Patrick’s Day
Every winter, 1/6 of the world’s population, including 1 billion Chinese people, celebrate the Chinese New Year. The 15-day festival, also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, begins on the second new moon after the winter solstice, or according to western calendars, sometime between January … [Read more...] about Decorating for Chinese New Year