What does Girl Friday do?






What types of things do you design + make?





What is your process like?






What is your price point?










Do you offer event planning?



Do you travel?



Who are your clients?


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Simply put--we design + make one-of-a-kind décor. 

Girl Friday is a Minneapolis based design + fabrication studio. 
We're a highly creative team experienced in working with a wide range of materials and techniques. 



Store/ Retail/ Office: Window installations, art installations, displays, custom signage, space design
Events: Backdrops, displays, custom signage, ceiling installations
Rental: Take a look at our rental offerings! We'd love to customize an existing piece for your next event.



While no two projects are the same (and that's the way we like it), we start everyone with a quick chat to learn about you and the scope of your project. ​From there, each project is different and we'll walk you though the process step by step. 

If you're like us and want to know more, click here to see out flashy info-graphic (that's hipster speak for flowchart).



Our clients invest an average of $3,000-9,000.
Our minimum for custom work is $1,000. 

Our pricing is based upon​:
- Time it takes to create 
- Materials 
- Special equipment (Is your ceiling so high or so big that we need a lift? How many trucks will we need to deliver?)
- Time period to install (Need a ginormous ceiling installation installed in 4 hours? We'll need a bigger team.)



No, we don't offer event planning, but we're happy to suggest a few planners we love.



Yes! We love to travel. We're able to do everything from site visits + design to fabrication + installation in your city.



The majority of our clients are private clients (people throwing an event, couples getting married, small business owners). We also work with big companies, such as: West Elm, Macy's, Mall of America, PGA, Minnesota Vikings, Sony, 3M, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Starkey Hearing Foundation, Hormel, University of Minnesota and USA Today.