Sunday, December 16, 2012

Ice Sculptures

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.
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...
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


Also placed outside the event's venue was an eye-catching ice sculpture of penguins. The creation of the frozen pieces during...
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.
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 the <em>Sharp</em> sculpture, which had copies of the book embedded in the ice.
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.
A jagged ice sculpture, created by Iceculture, provided a focal point in the reception area.
Photo: Roni Feldman & Associates Inc.


Inspired by Sweden's Ice Hotel and designed to mimic the North Pole, the show's backdrop was returned to its original location...
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.
Iceculture created DX-inspired ice sculptures that held votive candles inside.
Photo: George Pimentel


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1 comments:

  1. Frozen decorations for your event

    Whether you’re throwing a big fancy wedding or a no-holds-barred frat party, you will need an ice sculpture. These classy, yet fun and whimsical sculptures range from cupids and hearts to sports teams and ice luges. Luges are a fun way to cool down your shot or drink immediately without having to shake it with ice or stick it in the fridge. ice sculptures can be made for any occasion, with any shape. Naturally, you’ll need to take care of your sculpture and keep it in a cool place until it’s time to display it.

    Then, of course, it’s important to have a sanitary and out-of-the-way place for the sculpture to melt. It’s going to melt unless you keep it in the freezer, and it’s unlikely that’s where you want your guests to have the party. Ice sculptures are a really fun way to add a touch of class and a cool centerpiece for your guests to enjoy. Ice luges are another fun way to cool your drinks, and you can either let the beverage flow into a glass or drink straight from the luge design by http://www.icesculpturepro.com/Store1.

    Whether you choose a sculpture or an ice luge really depends on the kind of party you want to have. Ice sculptures are almost a staple item for weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, anniversary parties, and other special events. They add an extra bit of class and elegance to an already beautiful party, and are a great centerpiece and point of interest. Some sculptors will even make ice punch bowls to keep drinks cool, or large hollow ice cubes that can hold shots, drinks, or even snacks like ice cream, cold desserts, and cold hors d’oeuvres.

    Whatever you choose for your wedding, party, or other special event, it’s important to keep it tasteful and in keeping with your personal style and with the theme of the party itself. If you let someone else order your sculpture for you, be sure they have your tastes in mind and have good taste themselves. Many times, a party planner and the guest of honor are not on the same page, so be sure you’re getting what you want.

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