Project Goen Green
Project Goen Green is an effort created out of our respect for the land. Our goal is to be as eco-conscious as possible and to use sustainable methods in our events. To us, there is no such things as trash. When we reuse, repurpose, and recreate, we can make something incredible out of everyday objects.
Driving down the street, a shiny object in a pile of trash caught my eye. It turned out to be a broken toaster. After cutting out the interior and a good cleaning it became a one-of-a-kind plant container. A cactus was the perfect "toast" as it looks like it has just popped out. We recently added this item to our collection of funky centerpieces.
Our owner discovered a great collection of old terracotta pots at a flea market and purchased the whole set. They are put to good use as table centerpieces and pair perfectly with fresh succulents. To cut down on waste, we have a warehouse full of plants and succulents that we can use again and again. Beautiful for our events and for the environment: it’s a win-win!
For an authentic San Antonio flair, we love using handmade pinatas in our decor. These colorful pinatas are constructed of recycled cardboard and newspapers, making them extremely eco-friendly decor pieces.
Funky Texas Junkyard
Our Junkyard Jamboree event theme is one our Austin favorites. All of the props and pieces of decor have been discovered at flea markets, antique shops, and even on the side of the road! Some of the pieces were made by local artists, and many of the items were repurposed into something new, while still keeping the original character. These pieces are cool, funky, and totally one of a kind.
These beautiful silk screens were discovered by one of our favorite antique dealers. With wooden frames and a pretty blue hue, these silk screens are an excellent resource for our extensive line of event decor items.
An old piano catches Morris' eye in New Orleans. With the help of lush native plants, this antique piano was given new life and recreated into something totally unique!