We have seen ice sculptures at weddings and other events in shapes of swans, ice bars and ice-breaking launch gambits. Here are more ways to use ice sculptures at your events.
Fur blankets decorated an ice chaise from Iceculture. Photo: Emma McIntyre for BizBash For the after-party, Iceculture created an eight-foot ice wall at the entrance of the trading floor. Iconic shapes from Karim Rashid were cut into the ice blocks and packed with snow. The negative space spelled out "DX." Photo: George Pimentel An eye-catching ice sculpture of penguins. The creation of the frozen pieces during the day drew crowds. Photo: Courtesy of Discovery Communications LLC Chile sponsored the reception and served salmon ceviche from an ice sculpture in the center of the reception area. Photo: D. Channing Muller for BizBash The Iceman's subdivision iceFX created theSharp sculpture, which had copies of the book embedded in the ice. Photo: Jason Jajalla A jagged ice sculpture, created by Iceculture, provided a focal point in the reception area. Photo: Roni Feldman & Associates Inc.
As a dramatic opening to the show, the enormous white box that covered the stage lifted to reveal the man-made iceberg. Inspired by Sweden's Ice Hotel and designed to mimic the North Pole, the show's backdrop was returned to its original location under a license-to-import agreement. Photo: Courtesy of Chanel Iceculture created DX-inspired ice sculptures that held votive candles inside. Photo: George Pimentel
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