Just because your best friend’s idea of fun doesn’t consist of strippers and gambling, doesn’t mean the bachelor party is going to be lame. You can get creative. You can mix it up from the ho-hum routine bachelor parties of pole dancing and beer and get unique…well, maybe still include the beer. Consider these ideas for planning your best bro’s bachelor party.
One thing is constant at all events—the food. There are several decisions that go into the food choices at any event and many questions to be answered when it comes to catering options. Will it be buffet style or a seated dinner? Will desserts be plated or served in shot glasses? The event industry is ever changing, with each year rolling out a new set of food trends to sink our teeth into. To help your food conceptions be the best your guests have seen and tasted to date, here are our predictions for top catering trends this year.
Bar and Bat Mitvahs are all about the entertainment. Personalization and technology are overwhelmingly the two biggest influences when planning today’s bat and bar mitzvahs. Photo booths and hired dancers are pretty basic, but kids aren’t occupied by the same old song and dance. The kids need stimulating entertainment that engages them physically and intellectually. Kids love to be immersed in their entertainment of choice and activities. Here are seven entertainment ideas that will make your bat/bar mitzvah stand out both digitally and literally from the others.
Choosing an alternative wedding venue is one the best (and most fun) ways to incorporate a little more “you” into your ceremony. If you’re bored of the hotel and reception halls, then select a venue that reflects your personality or that is especially meaningful to you and your partner. These ideas won’t float everyone’s boat but you’re spending a lot of dough on your wedding and shouldn’t it be utterly and entirely YOU? Of course, depending on where you live, some places won’t have licenses to hold a wedding, but it’s always worth the research. Here are fifteen unique places to get hitched.
The practice of a groom’s cake dates back to the Victorian era in England, when in addition to the main wedding cake, there was also a smaller groom’s cake. Both cakes were cut simultaneously and served to the bridesmaids and groomsmen. Especially in the south, the custom of a groom’s cake has endured in the United States and brides often view it as a chance for the groom to get some recognition when the day is primarily focused around her.
Give your corporate event a boost with tech gifts your colleagues and guests will actually use and not just to be nice. They’ll probably be fiddling with them under the table even before they leave. These business tech gadgets will make the biggest geeks smile and the not so savvy users feel hip with their sleek design and awesome features.
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.