About Ryan Designs

Ryan Designs is a prominent Rhode Island based event décor and lighting company specializing in weddings, celebrations and corporate events. We are best known for our spatial transformations. We can take just about any raw space and turn it into a sophisticated, creative event. Our combination of decorative lighting, fabric draping and custom furnishings allows us to develop uniquely tailored events throughout the entire northeast from Maine to Pennsylvania. Our passion for meeting new people, being creative and having fun drives us every day to create beautiful events that reflect you and your vision.

Ryan Designs has won several top choice awards and accolades in the Knot and Wedding Wire. Our work has been featured in Martha Stewart, BRIDES Magazine, Bliss Celebrations, Manhattan Bride, Rhode Island Monthly’s Engaged, Well Wed, Style Me Pretty, Carats & Cake, Ruffled and numerous other publications and blogs.

Their Story

Christen and Erik Ryan founded Ryan Designs in 2009, shortly after getting married and going through the wedding planning process. They realized there was an opportunity to provide people with creative, personalized event décor and a high level of professionalism and customer service. As third generation entrepreneurs, it was simply in their blood to have their own business, so they developed a plan and got to work.

Over the last eight years Ryan Designs has grown to become the leading décor and lighting company in the northeast. With a talented team, numerous vehicles, a sprawling warehouse, design studio, luxury products and white-glove service, Ryan Designs has the ability to produce sophisticated, unique events of all kinds that reflect you and your vision.

The Team

Our team is the core of Ryan Designs. Each person brings a unique background and skill set that when fused with the other members creates a team that is multi-faceted, dynamic, determined and hardworking. Our event designers and technicians have backgrounds ranging from graphic design, visual arts and fine arts to engineering, carpentry and fabrication.

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