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Preston Bailey

Recently named as one of the best wedding designers in the world by Vogue Magazine, Preston Bailey has been globally-celebrated for his unique ability to transform ordinary spaces into lush, theatrical environments. This has helped to establish him as the premier event designer for a client roster that includes celebrities, royal families, CEO’s and athletes. Since opening his design studio in 1980, Preston has been sought out to create one-of-a-kind, transformative designs that serve as backdrops for some of the most memorable moments of his clients’ lives.

A designer with a passion for creating designs to be enjoyed by the public as well as his clients, he has created a number of art installations which featured across the world with showcases in New York, Las Vegas, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Taiwan, and London. He was recently commissioned to do a few installations in Macao. “I love creating something that everyone can enjoy. As an artist, this is important to me,” he says. This passion also translated into his tabletop linen collection, a collaborative effort with Nuage Designs.

His dedication to supporting and remaining accessible to the industry initiated the idea for his PB Protégé program, a series of specialized masterclasses that offer mentorship and education to  industry professionals at all levels. Additionally,

The author of seven books–five of them bestsellers—he is often asked to share his experience through speaking engagements,  seminars, editorial profiles and television and radio interviews.

PB Team

Greg Van Glannenweygel


He is a highly skilled, contemporary artist with enormous discipline and desire for perfection. He can transform the complete spectrum from a professional business meeting to an unforgettable and memorable wedding


Greg’s forte is taking event designs and turning them into reality through exacting production and execution. 


He has run the production of high end weddings and events all around the world; the Caribbean, Miami, New York, Puerto Rico, New Orleans, Panama, Italy, India and Brazil."

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