Sea Themed Decor Inspiration from Engage Dubai

Perfete / Wednesday April 15, 2020


If there’s one thing that’s keeping me (sometimes) distracted during #SaferAtHome it’s planning for the future, when we can all be together and celebrate. Almost everyone I know has had to delay some sort of vacation or celebration, so I thought, what better way to theme a soiree that something tropical or vacation-y? Enter: this beautiful sea themed lunch event from Engage Dubai. Tropical, but not over the top. A nice mix of nature and class. Beautiful laser cut menus and invites and pops of coral to break up the blue. Saving this for inspo ASAP.

Our Editor-in-Chief attended the summit in March (just before quarantine hit) and had a fantastic three days of inspiration, education and celebration in stunning Dubai. Interested in Engage? All the deets are below! Here for the decor inspo? Keep scrolling!

Engage! Summits is a luxury wedding and event business summit like no other, held at the world’s top destinations.  Bringing together the best in the luxury events industry for three days of inspiration and opportunity, with powerhouse speakers, specially curated content and intimate experiences with the leading lights of the industry. Attendees learn from the world’s top wedding, event and business innovators, as well as form lasting friendships and network with industry trend-setters from around the globe.

Engage! brings together thought leaders in the luxury event and wedding industry with vetted event professionals looking to strategically advance their business with innovative ideas and partnerships. The intimate atmosphere allows for a free exchange of ideas as well as the chance to make lasting connections with peers in the luxury wedding and event industry. This candid, no-holds-barred networking event combines fabulous parties planned by the industry’s top names, creative gifting designed to inspire, and myriad opportunities to interact in small groups over lunches, dinners and activities. It’s about connection and community, not competition.”