Lotus Events is an event management company based in Vancouver, BC. With eight years of experience in the special event industry, Andrea and Robert have also worked in the field of destination hospitality management for six years including work with the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
We are two-list making, venue researching, and budget developing machines. With experience in both the corporate and charity sector, our responsibilities have included event administration, volunteer coordination, auction management, sponsor and donor relations, sales and marketing, venue and supplier relations and more. We have had the opportunity to work on a wide range of events including welcome and closing receptions, award ceremonies, tradeshows, recognition parties, weddings, galas and fundraisers to name a few.

We love to create things that have never been done before, seen before or experienced before. You tell us your vision and we will take care of the rest.

current events

Got Craft? Got Craft? – A modern twist on the conventional craft fair, we aim to bring together a community that fosters handmade and D.I.Y. culture. Founded in 2007, Got Craft? is held twice a year in May and December featuring 50+ handmade artists and an average combined attendance of 3000+ a year. Got Craft? also supports events such as the Vancouver Premiere of Handmade Nation, Swap-O-Rama-Rama 2009 + 2010, Vancouver Mini Maker Faire, the Sweetie Pie Press 2011 Summer Craft Tour and DIY @ Museum of Vancouver. We are happy to announce that we held our first event in London, UK was held in November 2011.

Indie I Do Indie I Do – An alternative to the cookie cutter wedding where one size does not fit all, Indie I Do is the first show of its kind in Canada. Featuring the non-traditional alongside the traditional, Indie I Do revolutionizes an industry that is dominated by commercial products and provides couples with the opportunity to express their unique styles and personalities on their wedding day.

past events

Dinner in the Dark (2004) – Seeing is not as fun. Guests begin the evening with a cocktail reception at a fully lit venue. Waiters equipped with night vision goggles then escort guests to a completely pitch black room where live performances are enjoyed with dinner. Nominated for a 2005 Canadian Industry Award for Best Public Entertainment event.

photo credit {top - bottom} :: tracey l. heppner photography | studio jeanie