Inspiration Innovation Gala Event Spotlight
We love to see your events come to life! In our event spotlight this week, we are featuring the Orlando Science Center’s Inspiration Innovation Gala. Their team was kind enough to provide us with details, beautiful images, and feedback as to how AllSeated assisted in the planning of their gala.
AllSeated came to our rescue when planning our Inspiring Innovation Gala, Orlando Science Center’s biggest fundraising event of the year. The accuracy of the table placement in the room was crucial to the success of the Gala. As the guest count continued to rise, we knew it was necessary to ensure that our space could comfortably accommodate everything that was needed to pull off this incredible evening.
The space used to host the Gala in is called DinoDigs and as you guessed it, is filled with dinosaurs! For this event, we needed to gain as much space as possible and that meant having to move our giant T-Rex. Moving life-size dinosaur replicas is no easy task, and is definitely not something we can experiment with on a regular basis.
After the removal of the dinosaur, we had to instill full trust into AllSeated as we created our room diagrams with the gain in floor space. Having the ability to digitally move our table arrangements around through this software made our planning much more efficient.
We are so thankful that we can continue to rely on such a user-friendly, collaborative planning tools which allows us to design floorplan layouts for our unique venue spaces.
When walking into the transformed room for our Gala, it truly felt like an entirely different space to the one usually home to a collection of dinosaurs!
Of Possible Interest: Orlando Science Center Wedding Spotlight
Photographer: Roberto Gonzalez Photography
Audio Visual: American Audio Visual
Catering: Hyatt Regency Orlando Airport
Chair rental: Orlando Wedding and Party Rentals
Drapery: Swag Décor
Floral: In Bloom Florist
Lighting: Junction 88 Productions
Linens: Over the Top
Projection: Illuminating Magic
Venue: Orlando Science Center