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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Hatty Lee and Johnny Lee Wedding

This is the current project that we have been working on for the past couple weekends.

We had been asked to create a photo backdrop for Hatty Lee and Johnny Lee's wedding on July 16th at Orcutt Ranch in West Hills, CA.

With a lot of wood, some hardware, bit of paint and a great choice of wallpaper, we were able to construct a freestanding frame wall which should provide a playful alternative to normal photo backdrops.

We also built jail bars to provide an entirely different set for the photos.
It comes complete with a hand carved heart shaped lock.

The Hammer did a great job of putting all of this together. We hope the soon-to-be newlyweds and all their guests will enjoy them. Hopefully, they will grace us with some photos from the actual event.

As we continue to custom build for our clients, our collection will continue to grow.  We are grateful to the Lees for this opportunity to start off our collection with these pieces.

All of the pieces shown here will be available for rental for your special events.

-The Whisk

Photos by Freezerburrn Photography.

Thursday, July 7, 2011


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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

The Beginning

What or who is Imaginate?  We are three friends, each with our unique skills and talents, who have merged our resources to create an event services company.  Each of us -- The Whisk, The Pen, and The Hammer, have been individually asked by our friends to bake, design, or build something for them for their special events.  So we got together and created what we feel is a unique amalgamation of talents that can readily produce what people need to give their special events a customized edge.  You imagine it and we'll create it.  Our vision is big but we know that we must take baby steps to get there.  This blog will be a visual and written record of those baby steps. 
We hope that you will come with us in our journey as we try to grow from an idea discussed over many meals together into something we all can be proud of.  We welcome comments, encouragements and constructive criticisms.  This is the beginning.
-The Whisk