Since 2004, William Fogler and his crack team of creatives have planned, designed, and executed epic events at some of the most sought-after venues in Atlanta – The Georgia Freight Depot, Ventanas, and The Four Seasons to name a few. It’s been the privilege of the PWP Studio team to have been included in capturing the essence of events in a partnership with WM Events that grew from consistency, creativity, and trust.
The Georgia Freight Depot, the oldest building in Downtown Atlanta, recently housed three spectacular WM Events soirees – “Around the World“, “Transformation“, and “Old South, New South“. The decor for the “Around the World” event paid homage to various countries around the globe; and started in Atlanta where guests enjoyed Southern BBQ with all the fixin’s, jazz, luxury lounge seating and a patriotic color scheme of red, white, and blue.
Japan was represented in fierce reds, brilliant blues, and rich blacks – all accented with bamboo centerpieces, paper lanterns, and a stunning pagoda. Cuisine included sushi, nigiri, and maki rolls. The stage for Greece was set with dramatic cyan lights, Greek busts, market baskets filled with fruits, and a representation of the Parthenon. Cuisine included lamb, tzatziki, olives, hummus, and feta cheeses. Last but not least, Great Britain and Big Ben were surrounded by Union Jack printed umbrellas, and centerpieces topped with royal crowns. Cuisine included sweet sausage, crudité, cheese fondue, and beer. Pairing stunning decor by WM Events with catering by Affairs to Remember for “Around the World” resulted in a rock-star experience that guests will talk about for years to come; and an event PWP Studio was excited to capture and share!
Earlier this spring, WM Events, Affairs to Remember Caterers, and PWP Studio teamed up again at The Georgia Freight Depot for “Transformation” – a multi-venue corporate soiree. The Depot was transformed from a blank canvas into a multi-use venue complete with dance floor, entertainment spaces, and multiple lounge areas. With the creative vision of the WM Events team, the results were nothing short of spectacular: