Choosing the Planner for You

Choosing a planner for your event is one of the most important decisions you can make.  Whereas event management never used to be a field and was a task left to the CEO’s Administrative Assistant, Human Resources department, or Marketing team, event planning is a career solidified by a degree and industry experience.   Read more

The 10 Blogs All Event Planners Need to Follow

Marketing, event planning, execution, and event management–all similar categories with ultimately the same goal—getting people to like you and putting on fantastic events. Read more

5 Places You Wouldn’t Expect That Host a Killer St. Patrick’s Day Event

While green beer leaks from one city to another on and around March 17th, some cities go above and beyond.  St Patrick’s Day has assumed proportions way beyond Ireland’s borders.  We’ve heard of the St. Patty’s Day hotspots for parades –New York, Boston, Chicago, and the like – but what about the other 47 U.S. states…or the 190 countries?  Here are the top five most unexpected and underrated places around the world to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Read more

Best Honeymoon Advice I’ve Ever Received

Once you’ve got the wedding costs under control, the last thing you want to think about is paying for a honeymoon.  If you find that your honeymoon funds are going to be on the limited side, you don’t need to ditch your plans altogether.  Be prepared to research, research, research to get the biggest bang for your buck.  It takes time and effort and feistiness to ensure frugality.  Read more

Peanut Butter Dinner Party

In honor of the day officially deemed as “National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day,” (even though it is everyday in our book), we’re giving you a dinner party your friends will never forget. We’re giving you a five-course meal worshiping the God of all butters that is the peanut.

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Fifty Shades Of Grey – 5 Ways to Incorporate This Year’s Color in Your Wedding

If shades of pinks and reds make you sick, we’ve got news: you don’t need to incorporate the classic colors to have a traditional looking wedding. Regardless of theme, there are ways to blend even the darkest of colors into your big day. Don’t let your dark side bring you down and begin to feel overwhelmed if frills and pink lace don’t seem to excite you the same way as fellow brides. Read more

Product of the Year Announces Most Innovative Products for 2015

Product of the Year 2015

Last night, The Edison Ballroom hosted the Product of the Year awards, and innovation straight wafted through the air. Product of the Year is the world’s largest consumer-voted award for product innovation, beginning 28 years ago in France and now operating in 40 countries. POY’s purpose is simple: to guide consumers in their market and reward manufacturers for innovation and quality. Read more

Event Trends for 2015

A new year means more fun and funky trends.  2014 was a year of awesomeness for events, and 2015 is expected to be even more innovative and creative.  We’re bringing you the biggest trends of 2015 in event planning from color schemes to food displays.  Make this year filled with your best events.   Read more

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