Designer Contract

Showcase your creative talents by decorating a holiday tree or wreath to be displayed and sold at this event. We provide the tree (lights included), wreath or greenery. You provide the creativity and ornaments. Items will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Youth groups and youth designers: Complete the youth designer and group contract, unless your item is a designer buyback.

This information will be used for all printed recognition. See the designer guidelines for more information.

  • We provide a small sign or tag for each decorated item. Most signs include the name of the designer(s) or group/company, but you may choose to name your design instead.

    Your sign/tag text will read exactly as you provide below. No changes can be made after pickup of trees and other greenery.

  • There is no charge to participate. Buyback prices are listed in parentheses.

  • Payment for buybacks must be made by noon on Thursday, Nov. 11, before the festival opens for public sales.

    A limited selection of white and specialty items are available for design and will be available on a first come, first served basis on pickup day.

    If you wish to design more than one item, complete a separate contract for each item.

  • As a tree or wreath designer for the Festival of Trees & Lights, I agree to follow the designer guidelines provided. All accompanying items become the property of the Festival of Trees & Lights unless indicated in writing from the designer. I agree to the terms outlined in this designer contract as well as in the designer guidelines.
  • Print a copy of this designer contract for your records before submitting. You will not be able to print your contract after submission.

FOTL 2020

Festival of Trees & Lights

Nov. 12 to 14, 2021

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