Wednesday, June 11, 2014


Event Decoration is the act of beautifying or enhancing the appearance of a place in the hope of making it more attractive.

Decoration at an event are necessary for setting the mood, framing the emotion and underscoring the importance of the event. From crepe paper steamer to professionally designed displays of color and beauty, decoration helps to maintain a positive impression of the occassion. Decorations generally work within a theme determined by event sponsors and coordinators setting the stage for the bulk of the event proceedings.

Decoration for large events can rove daunting, requiring equally large displays to be seen among a sea of people, vendors, event booths and accompanying equipment. Color must be chosen and established for the event in keeping with the chosen theme reflected in promotional materials, advertisements and floral arrangements, typing  the whole together into a feast for the eyes, as well as imparting a visual sense of cohesiveness.

Decoration relies on collaboration among event coordinators to arrive at a common arrangement of what the event theme is all about. 

There are different categories of Event Decoration such as:

  • Fabrics: They can turn a dark and solemn room into a bright and extravagant ballroom dressed up to match the theme of the event or acting as beautiful backdrops. Wrap decorative fabrics around chairs for an elegant appearance, also used for drapes and as a table cover.

  • Balloons & Ribbons Decoration: They are practically a decorative staple at a majority of special events. They're bright and festive and you have the choice of variety of colors. Balloon & Ribbon Decoration are mostly used in kiddies parties.

  • Floral Arrangement: Decorating with flowers is always a winner and lends penache to banquet table centrepieces an anchors stage backdrops.

The right decorations aim to enhance the experience of an event, it is therefore needed for your occassion whether small or large gathering.

To this note, we recommend our EVENT DECORATION TRAINING coming up on Sat. July 12th - Sun. August 3rd, 2014 for just #25,000
10% Discount for Early Payment
Reg. form for #1,000
Registration closes on Mon June 30th, 2014

Pay into GTB: 0013886290

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Bisi Sotunde

Friday, February 21, 2014


 Congrats to all who got engaged on Vals Day, the next question is what next? 'Preparation for Marriage of course !!!
An Introduction between both families is the first stage in marriage. In Yorubaland it’s called “Momimo” where the groom is escorted by his family to the bride’s home to make his intentions known.

In Igboland,its known as Iku-Aka. The groom is required to make two visits to the bride to be’s family. The first visit, the groom will be accompanied by his father or any elderly relative to visit the father of the bride to be’s family and formerly introduce and state their intentions. Thereafter they will then agree on a latter time to  meet with other members of the bride to be’s family.
In the course of these introductions, a wedding date is fixed and that is where BusyBee Events! comes on board for the Wedding Planning &Management Services.
From the sourcing of venue to vendors to budgeting & contracting, follow–ups etc. We take the stress off you.
Do not forget premarital counselling classes is key for the Christians while advices from elders, Alfas/Imams are also given to muslim Couples.
We encourage couples to sit and discuss  on how they want their dream wedding to be interpreted; from the theme/concept, colour theme, roles & responsible and of  course budget  (this is the koko).
Alot is put into the wedding planning process. In my next post, we will be discussing how to go about 'Planning your Dream Wedding'.
Do have a wonderful weekend ahead, I remain Yours Truly,

  Bisi Sotunde (aka Mrs Sho!!!)
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Friday, February 14, 2014


LOVE is a global phenomenon which is why we have the entire world rejoicing on Valentine Day. Thanks to Saint Valentine, the beatific martyr who sacrificed his life to unkeep  the honour of love. 
Today people irrespective of religion, caste or creed come together and celebrate this day with amazing zeal and plenty of fanfare.

What comes to your mind when you hear Valentine Day? Roses, Cupid's arrows, Chocolates, Hearts?

It's true Valentine's Day is a day devoted to love, a day dedicated to Cupid, Hearts, Red Roses and LoveBirds.

Are you feeling the LOVE today? Valentine's Day is a great excuse to enjoy a little extra loving whether it's from the one you love or  you're spoiling yourself. Either way, nothing beats an all-day lovefeast and munching on delicious chocolates.
Whether you are single, attached or desperately looking to get hooked, February 14th, 2014 could be your day! Never mind whether you are single or seeing someone, Valentine Day is a day to commemorate love in all it's forms. People all over the world uses this day to express their endless love to their sweethearts and they go all the way to lavish their loved ones with gifts, cards, flowers and chocolate.

Valentine Day is a thread that binds all of us and as the day approaches lovers, friends, partners, and spouses work overtime to find unique ways to express their deepest feelings to their sweethearts.
In essence, Valentine's Day is a good time to let loved ones know the depth of one's feelings, it is
equally important to let the feelings of love pour munificently and consistently all through the year.
Happy Valentine's Day to you all!!!
Bisi  Sotunde(aka Mrs. Sho)
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Tuesday, February 4, 2014



Weddings are becoming evermore enchanting. They are going softer, sweeter, lusher and more chilvary to the things that made our mothers cry and it's happen just in time for you to melt heart and make memories. 
Wedddings with a woodsy, rustic will all be range this year as well as photo booths, 90s music and entertainment and all-nighter weddings that keeps the party going long after the reception ends. 

This year's wedding are getting a major upgrade and everything from reception dresses to dancefloor, playlists  is the fair game.
The new wedded couples will encourage guests to snap pics and use custom instagram hashtags.  Phone charging stations will also be provided to ensure everybody's batteries are fully charged.
This year's wedding will be a year of true romance, a year that's upclose and personal.

Brides are blushing, their moms crying and guests swooning when it comes to the wonderful world of weddings.
This year's event will be   coloured in a beautiful pastels, vibrant floral shades and metallic. The wedding dresses dazzle with dramatic backs, beautiful sleeve designs and more silhouettes.
The Grooms aren't left out wearing white blazers, black trousers and their  grooms men dressed in bold colors such as wine etc.

Technology is a virtual boom, everything from skypeing with families and friends to join the event ceremony, LIVE Video feeds for destination weddings, Livewedding twitter parties scrolling on a screen during the reception is mainstream in 2014.

For 2014 color trends,  Blue is the way to go!! from navy to royal to eclectic, torquoise and aqua. You can combine these blues with coral, grey, pink, neutral etc.
Do you already feel like a blushing bride? Carry that sweet love to your color scheme.

Watch out for more updates on this blog.
Have a great day!
Bisi Sotunde(aka Mrs Sho!)
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Tuesday, January 28, 2014



An event management is the application of project management to the creation and development of festivals, events and conferences. Event management involves studying the intricacies of the brand, identifying the target audience, devising the event concept, planning the logistics and coordinating the technical aspects before actually executing the modalities of the proposed event.
An event manager must be involved at the initiation stage and the event manager needs to make crucial choices and decisions related to the creative concept and design of the event. 
An event manager must be an expert in creativity, technical and logistical element that helps an event succeed. An event manager is responsible for every aspect from marketing, catering, audio - visual equipment, displays, bouncers e.t.c. He/She is also responsible for responsible for the financial side of setting and monitoring the overall budget for the event. 
When an expert put together a fabulous event it is a creative process with a distinct practical foundation.
An expert must have the ability to convey ideas and plans effectively to his/her clients, staffs, vendors e.t.c.
An expert encourages his/her clients to think Big and he/she will make it Happen. An expert must always be ready and be able to think on his/her feet.
You being an professional will help in writing a brilliant proposal which will aid you in convincing your clients.
In an event industry, there is no right or wrong expect to make the clients happy and without planning, follow-through it like a roof without a foundation.
The capability of executing a proposed event in a successful way is a goal for you.

To this point, I hereby recommend you to our monthly Event Management Training at BusyBee Academy!
You can pick up a form for N1,000 at 36, Old Yaba Rd, Ebute Meta, Lagos.
Seperate yourself from novices and be a PRO. Don't miss this opportunity.
For more enquires call: 08023536467.