Corporate Stage Design | Our Tips, Cost, and How It All Works!

Stage Design

When you’re responsible for a large corporate event, you have a million things on your list – managing attendees, ordering food and managing vendors to name a few. More than once, we have heard from event managers who realized the day of their event that the stage left a lot to be desired and for the following year, they are determined to change that!

The stage serves as a focal point and plays a vital role in creating the overall ambiance and atmosphere of the event. It can be tricky strike a balance between creating an attractive stage design while ensuring that it does not overshadow the main presenter or speaker.

How to Design a Stage:

Step 1: Setting the Stage (Pun Intended)

The first step in designing a stage is coming up with a theme or an overall feel that embodies your brand. It could be incorporating your brand colors or even a clever play on words that ties in with the purpose of your event. Our speciality is brainstorming unique ideas that will make your stage set the tone for the entire event.

Step 2: Planning the Showstoppers

Now that you have a theme in mind, it’s time to plan the big pieces that will shape the stage. This is also where our vast inventory of rentals comes into play. We don’t settle for just throwing a few barstools on stage. Oh no, we go all out to create a jaw-dropping set that will make both the speakers and the audience feel like they’ve stepped into a new environment. Picture a stylish sofa, a cozy rug, and other elements that make the speakers comfortable and the audience engaged. We believe in creating a scene that everyone needs a photo of.

Step 3: Add alllll the layers!

You’ve got the theme, you’ve planned the staple items, but the stage won’t look complete without adding in additional layers. The secret sauce to taking your stage design from good to Instagram-worthy is adding those layers of detail. It’s the little things that make a big impact. Think about adding a backdrop that complements your theme, or perhaps some lush greens and florals to bring a touch of nature indoors. We’ve seen it all, and we’re not afraid to take your stage design to the next level.

A key tip for designing a stage – it’s all about scale.

Now, let’s take a step back and talk about the importance of considering the scale and size of the items on stage. You don’t want your props overshadowing your speakers or distracting the audience from the main event. It’s like finding that perfect balance between a spotlight and a supporting role. The stage should be an attraction in itself, but never steal the thunder from your key presenter.

How much does stage design cost?

Investing in a custom stage design is just that – an investment. But we often hear that it’s worth every penny and more to have an event setup that you’re proud of. From design inception to execution, our team is there every step of the way to bring your event to life.

When working with Dang Fine, you not only get access to our incredible team, you also have access to our massive inventory. These items are the perfect compliment to your stage design and are used on your stage as part of your design fee.

Corporate Event Stage Design

And here’s the best part – we don’t just stop at designing the stage. We take it a step further and bring our designs to life. Yes, we execute the design so that you can focus on other aspects of your event. We understand that great designs take time, and we’re here to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible.

Corporate Event Stage Design

At Dang! Fine Rentals and Design, we specialize in designing stages that are not only fun and out of the box but also put your brand’s voice and feeling in the spotlight. We’re not just about slapping your logo and colors everywhere; we aim to create an immersive experience that truly represents your brand. Our team is ready to unleash our creative powers and make your stage the talk of your customers.

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