Having a fall wedding or better yet a Halloween themed wedding? Fall or Halloween doesn't have to be all about orange and brown or black and orange and red all over. Here are some gorgeous and classy looks for fall & Halloween without the pumpkins, skulls and spiders.
From this... To this... Photo booths have been a fun trend for weddings and other social events for years now. Its a great way to add fun and excitement to any party and allows your guest to take home a fun memory of that moment. I don't see [...]
So what is black and white and animal print all over? uh…besides zebra? Dalmatian of course! I'm spotting it! (no pun intended). Dalmatian print isn't new on our style radar, it was a huge trend in 2012 with celeb fashion and interiors follow fashion. I'm happy it's making a comeback and I'm totally smitten with [...]
Tips On Planning Your Wedding And What To Do If You Have An Uneven Wedding Party. Your wedding party is your support group, your A-team, your wedding day front line. Here’s some great tips on creating your perfect wedding party Think twice before you ask. While it may be tempting to ask all of your [...]
A Hollywood Themed Party by PDS! We decorated the front and interior of the home with props and backdrops. This made the entire experience unique and vivid. No detail was missed for this fantastic themed Halloween party.
We are excited here at PDS! We have a hot new item to offer for your next party or special event. Check out our open air photo kiosk rental. No more over done, boring, basic black photo booths to cram into. This open air concept allows more creativity! Getting married outdoors? Why not show how [...]
Planners and designers are saying bye-bye to burlap and Mason jars and hello to more customization, fairy tale themes, and Korean barbecue in 2015. What's Out Rustic burnout: Raw burlap and Mason jars, along with farm tables in their basic form are going out of style. Clients want to see them used in a new [...]
The white wedding gown is a relatively modern fashion. Wearing a white gown is really a post-World War II phenomenon. Before that, most girls would invest in a gorgeous dress or their "best" dress they could wear again. In pioneer America, that often meant black, brightened up with some white lace or artificial orange blossoms; during [...]