Vivince Year in Review

Classic, engaging, and just plain fun, Vivince events don’t have an expiration date, and the joy and impact that they cultivate can’t be contained to a timeline. However, we love reflecting back on the waves of creativity, collaboration, and growth that defined our 2018. From the photo shoots that brought the unique talents of top vendors and their insights to life, to the inaugural Blank Canvas event that launched our charitable initiatives and brought a community of artists and thinkers under one roof, we felt the love of old friends and new every step of the way. Take a look at the highlights of 2018 and the greatest celebrations that it held!

Blank Canvas

We kicked off the year with a bang and jump-started our charitable initiatives in one fell swoop when we partnered with Park City Summit County Arts Council to co-host the Blank Canvas event. With the help of a community of creatives and a small army of volunteers, we transformed a former industrial lumber yard into our rendition of a head-in-the-clouds space. The pop-up dance party, interactive art installation, and live-action performances fostered a sense of discovery and community among attendees and set the tone for our theme of creativity through collaboration that would follow for the rest of the year. To see the details of the day, see our post here.

Vivince Year in ReviewSnowbird Styled Shoot

What happened when we brought a dozen creatives to the top of a mountain for an early-morning photo shoot?  We created the raw contrasting beauty that was our Snowbird Styled Shoot; juxtaposing organic textures and modernist architecture against the dramatic landscape in our vision for a fierce yet romantic sense of place.  With this brilliant team behind us, challenging temperatures and terrain were leveraged to create this unique and unexpected inspiration piece.

Vivince Year in Review

Vivince Year in Review

Kimball Arts Gala

While it was not our exclusive creation, we were honored to be involved in the Kimball Arts Gala and help promote the many ways in which the Kimball Arts Center gives back to the community. Dancers, artwork, and an enchanting character filled the blacked-out venue with vibrancy and color, drawing guests into an event experience that brought their mission to life.

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Vivince Year in Review

Blank Canvas

Hosts: Park City Summit County Arts Council + Vivince Event Series
Production: Vivince
Fashion Styling Sponsor: Farasha
Spirit Sponsor: Beehive Distilling
Snack Sponsor: Pop Art Snacks

DJ: James Montgomory
Photographer: Manic Project’s Phillip Istomin
Dancefloor: Diamond Party Rental
Lighting + Sound Rentals: Guitar Center
Graphic Design: Guruuve
Venue: The Yard Event Center
Rental Sponsor: Park City Events
Dance Performance: Odyssey Dance Theater
Artist: Nathan Florence

Snowbird Styled Shoot

Venue: Snowbird/Cliff Lodge
Planning: Vivince
Photography: Cameron Clark Studios
Floral Design: Artisan Bloom
Stationary: Atelier Azure
Linens: BBJ Linen
Styling + Casting: Farasha
Models: Houston Merrill, Jamie Crandall

Bridal Gown: Rmine Bespoke
Chairs: Dara Modern
Suiting: Tailor Cooperative
Jewelry: Verstolo + O.C. Tanner Jewelers
Gift Box/Custom Fragrance: Desert35
Hair: Logan Fast
Makeup: Marissa Rose

Kimball Arts Gala
Planning: Kimball Art Center
Venue & Catering: DeJoria
Design & Production: Vivince
Photography: Kate Ray Photography
Videography: Moon and Crater
Guide Outfit: Emily Loughlin
Sculpture: Jan Massimino
Dancers: Ballet West Academy
Auctioneer: John Curley
MC: Scott Wolf
Floral: Galleria Floral
Cocktail Hour Band: Mountain Town Music

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