Rock On Ice is rolling out our new logo!
It has been many years of using the rockin’ guitar logo. And, while the logo holds a special place in our hearts, we felt it was time for a change. The new logo still has the rockin’ vibe, but with a little more sophistication. It will reflect a more branded look across all of our marketing materials, website, and social media sites.
Check out the before and after logo…what do you think?
Even in the midst of energizing our brand—one thing remains constant—we remain dedicated to the customer. As Rock On Ice grows in the future, we believe in offering the highest quality in services and providing the most spectacular ice sculptures imaginable!
Looking for something unique and memorable for your wedding—and that’s cheaper than flowers—try an ice sculpture!
The average cost for flowers is $2,000*, but can increase dramatically if it’s off-season, or if you are choosing exotic flowers.
Why not try ice? The average cost for an ice sculpture is $350, and will provide a much more dramatic effect than flowers. Can you remember the flowers at the last wedding you attended? Besides the bridal gown, an ice sculpture will be the most talked about item at your wedding—guaranteed!
Here are some unique ideas for incorporating ice into your wedding:
- an ice sculpture as the main centerpiece for your wedding.
- individual mini ice sculptures at each table—a true
- an ice bar—drinks served to you…on ice!
- an ice luge – guests will love having their favorite
drink poured down the luge.
- food displays—keep food chilled and fresh for your
guest by displaying it on ice.
- beverage towers or ice bowls—keep your drinks
cold all night.
Only ice can give you that dramatic impact! Choosing a unique ice sculpture for your wedding will create a lasting impression for you and your guests.
Below is a gallery of cool ideas that you can incorporate into your wedding. Rock On Ice can customize a beautiful ice sculpture just for your wedding.
* source credit: finances. msn.com
Check out the cool article featuring Rock On Ice in the December issue of 614 magazine.