Event Decor Course Outline

Unit A

Unit A takes you through your role as an event decorator. You’ll discover major event decor trends from past decades and years, and study the process of a client consultation. You’ll learn how to design beautiful events by pulling together a color scheme, theme, and practical layout.

Event Decor Course Materials Unit A

Unit Topics

  • Step right into your role as an event decorator. Find out what you’ll do each day, the types of services you can offer, and how you can start your career in this exciting field.

  • Next, you’ll study the client consultation process. Find out which questions to ask your clients so you’ll have all the information you need to prepare a plan and design an event that exceeds their expectations.

  • The color scheme sets the entire tone and atmosphere of any event. To give you an idea, you can combine colors to create an ambiance that’s whimsical and elegant, or fun and cheerful. Explore the captivating world of color and dive into color theory, the psychology behind color, and learn about the latest and most popular color schemes.

  • Successfully executing a cohesive theme will be one of your most challenging tasks as an event decorator. That said, seeing your visions come together will prove to be tremendously rewarding. Learn about the many themes you can create and how to incorporate a theme throughout every element of the event.

  • Now that you know the theme and color scheme, where is everything going to go? Learn how to create efficient and practical layouts for wedding receptions, galas, award banquets, conference, and more.

Unit Books

  • Introduction to Event Decor

  • Color

  • Theme

  • Layout

Unit Videos

  • Meet Jubilee Events Owner, Candice Coppola

  • Client Consultation

  • The Wedding Dress

  • The Design Process

Unit Preview Video

In this unit preview course instructor, Candice Coppola, discusses how she develops her inspiration boards for her clients.

Your event and wedding planning assignments

Your Assignments

Take a look at some of the practical assignments that you’ll complete in this unit:

  • Introduce yourself to your tutor by completing a personal profile outlining your educational and career goals.
  • Come up with alternate color schemes for different sets of clients.
  • Come up with appropriate room layouts for four different client scenarios.