Sugar & Spice create corporate events that leave a long-lasting impression through exquisitely detailed event design and table decor. Creative themes and décor are matched by superb entertainment that will wow even those who have “seen it all”.
We love trapeze artists throwing out rose petals as guests dance the night away....whimsical stilt walkers to seat guests....or a French aerial hostess, surrounded by glittering neon lights who swings down to pour champagne for pre-dinner drinks. We love luxury, events that surpass expectations and create memories.
Our team of corporate event planners and coordinators can assist with the management, design and delivery of a variety of corporate events. Our client list includes BMW, Hilton Hotels, QBE, MacQuarie, Loreal and Jetstar to name a few.
You can view a short video of one of our corporate events below, and browse more of our work in the below gallery. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you require assistance with planning, design, management or styling for any event, large or small.
We have a vision - to change the world one event at a time! We pride ourselves in assisting with charity events as often as possible so if you are planning one, please don't hesitate to contact us and we can discuss how we might be able to help.
- Mistere Launch
- Calleija Calleija Boutique
- Landrover Showroom
- Corporate Product Launch Private Property
- Viva Las Vegas Hilton Brisbane
- Diamonds & Pearls Sheraton Mirage
- Casino Royale Skypoint
- Oscars Awards Night Crowne Plaza
- Forbidden Fruit
- Carnival Christmas
- Winter Wonderland Christmas Jupiters Casino
- Moscow Circus Southport Parklands
- BMW Palazzo Versace
- Veuve Clicquot Lunch Hilton Surfers Paradise
- HIA Presidents Dinner Sheraton Mirage
- CWS Charity Gala Currumbin Sanctuary
- NALCO Currumbin Sanctuary
- Beach BBQ Party Main Beach
- Country Breakfast Kingsholme
- Jetstar Famil Hilton Surfers Paradise
- Rustic VIP Lounge Australian Outback Spectacular
- Vintage Cocktail Party Gold Coast Convention Centre
- Feast For Paul Freeman Polly’s Country Kitchen