Archive for June, 2016

International events we are loving. Right now.

Posted on June 7th, 2016

Is the sudden drop in temperature causing havoc on your creative abilities?

Are you finding it near impossible to decide on your upcoming events vision / theme or colour palette?

We’ve trawled the Internet for some recent Events, Shows and the like that are taking place somewhere else exotic, right now – nothing like a bit of escapism, right?





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Dom + Sunny as featured in WHITE Magazine Issue # 32

Posted on June 7th, 2016

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It’s not often you get to work with such a dynamic and beautiful duo such as Dom + Sunny.

Our initial meeting with bride-to-be Dom started in no unordinary circumstances – over Skype. Dom was in Shanghai (at the time), and we were in Berry scouting an event space for a new business client. In this digital age – Skype is fast becoming a trend that is undoubtably a sign of our times.

Planning a destination wedding alongside twenty one vendors is no easy task…

Alongside Dom, we certainly relished the opportunity as theirs was set to be held in Swifts Mansion. Described as the late-Victorian castellated Gothic Revival mansion located in the suburb of Darling Point. Built in 1875. Quite simply put – This was one venue we just couldn’t wait to work in.

For the full gallery and link to the spectacular wedding of Dom and Sunny please head to WHITE Magazine / Dom and Sunny Issue # 32

Below is a snippet from the pages which featured this utterly gorgeous wedding day.


Introducing the TEAM behind it all …

Entertainment – Furnace and the Fundamentals

Lighting + AV – Norwest Productions 

Cutlery – Gold Wedding Hire

Catering Equipment – Andre’s Hire

Cake + Afternoon Tea – Kashaya

Catering – Dominic Choy

Styling – She Designs

Photo booth – Photo Booth Guys

Flowers – Botanica

Photography – Lara Hotz 

Videography – La Lune Cinema

Marquee – White Umbrella

Transport – Murrays 

Staff – Clifford Wallace

Celebrant – Chris Simond

Pyrotechnics – Howard’s Fireworks

Event Management – White Rabbit Projects

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Things we are lovin’

Posted on June 6th, 2016


Maintaining ones creativity in the Events industry is sometimes overwhelming and tough all at the very same time. Ask any Event Planner, we each have our own way of cultivating inspiration – depending on which job and client we are collaborating with at the time, we are continuously hunting high and low for new innovative ways to inspire and be inspired.

In amongst the obvious creative platforms (Instagram, Pinterest, Travel etc) it still remains our favourite pastime to flick through the pages of a freshly printed magazine (Something has lead me to believe very sincerely that after all those years of working in the fickled world of magazines, the sometimes salacious and utterly beautiful visual ‘page turners’ are still deeply entrenched within me).

This month’s trip to the newsagent was somewhat different and BOY were we ecstatic. Behold, a new magazine has hit our shores. Introducing Australia’s first gay wedding magazine. He goes by the name of Groom and Guy or G+G for short.

We’ve always considered WHITE RABBIT PROJECTS to be more ‘he’ than ‘she’, so we felt somewhat connected the minute our eyes met.

The size of the mag and the launch volume cover are simply refreshing. What’s inside? See for yourself but be warned there’s nothing tacky nor mainstream about any of the events that are seamed firmly within its pages. Think luxe, stylish and sophisticated.

Without boring you with press release-like jargon. Groom and Guy is just a really frigging cool magazine. Do yourself a favour and get to your local newsagent pronto and see for yourself.