David Beahm

International Event Designer

David Beahm

International Event Designer

Biography

David Beahm, founder and president of David Beahm Design, has drawn from experience with New York’s top florists and special event designers, as well as formal training in theater, television and grand opera, to become one of New York’s top event designers. A favorite of celebrities, socialites and the fashion world, his work on Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas’s wedding was featured in magazines and news shows internationally and touted as the “The Wedding of the Century”. Town & Country magazine has called him “one of New York’s extremely design savvy” talents.

Beahm has a broad-based background in the arts; thus, he views event design as a combination of theater and art. Emphasizing style, quality and originality, his creations combine cutting-edge ideas with timeless tradition. He is an expert at incorporating a client’s personal style into their event to create a memorable and unique occasion.

Catering to an elegant and diverse client base, David Beahm Design has staged some of the most talked about corporate and social events in New York and internationally. New York Magazine has named David one of the top wedding designers in the city and Beahm was recently named to The Knot magazine’s ‘Best of…’. BizBash.com named Beahm one of “New York’s Top Ten.” His work has appeared in The New York Times, Architectural Digest, Vanity Fair, Elle Décor, House and Garden, New York Magazine, People, US, Bride’s, Modern Bride, Elegant Bride, Town and Country, Grace Ormonde Wedding Style and many other prominent publications. Before its demise, as the Bridal Design Expert of Marshall Field’s department stores, he created the Valentine’s Day “Win a David Beahm Dream Wedding” at Marshall Field’s in Chicago. Mr. Beahm, at the request of the Target Corporation, has had the privilege of creating a designer table for Elle Décor’s ‘Dining by Design’ which toured the country on exhibition for three years. In December, he completed an eight city tour for Van Cleef and Arpels and Neiman Marcus: ‘Une journée à Paris.’