Sales and Custom-made props. Large Decorations.
In case you were wondering,
There is indeed a difference between props and
decorations. Technically speaking, a theatrical property, commonly referred to as a
"prop", is any object held or used on stage by an actor for use in furthering the plot or story line of a theatrical production. Smaller props are referred to as "hand props". Larger props may also be set
decorations, such as a chair or table. The difference between a set decoration and a prop is use. If the item is not touched by a performer
it is simply a set decoration. If it is touched by the actor in accordance to script requirements or as deemed by the director, it is a
With that being said:
We refer to large decorations as props simply
because the objects are indeed used to further the ambiance of our
multi-scale interactive productions. In addition, our props are always
much more than just large decorations because we whenever possible we use
objects that can undeniably be used by guests either directly or
indirectly. So we're in!
The natural choice.
W In addition they can also be used by
guests directly such as bec we like to give it some . Our
events are always multi-scale interactive productions. Any large
decorations that we provide are indeed meant to further the atmosphere of
the event. The items can also be used by guests in accordance with the
event requirements (such as in the use of photography backdrops, catering
buffets, room dividers
This concept is relatively new for us but since we have always
custom-built most of our own equipment it was a natural choice.
We typically will refer to a large decoration as a prop and
a small decoration as just a small decoration. Whether you need to secure
permanent decorations for purchase or just for a one-time use rental,
give Amerifun a try. If we cannot first locate your prop, or a variation thereof, from a
network of local and national sources, we may be able to construct it for
you - from scratch. If - and only the rental rate will apply.lthough "props" are
sometimes used as a slang for "large
decorations" in the event-planning industry,