It’s the inevitable question that gets asked (often quite late) in the event planning process: “But what if it rains?” And as the seasons change, it’s a very valid concern.
We can finally see (and feel) the sunlight at the end of the winter tunnel. Spring is the perfect time for outdoor events and celebrations bursting with colour and fun. We’ve rounded up some of the ideas we’re most excited about for the Spring 2018 event season:
If you’re planning a seated wedding reception or gala evening, your choice of tables and floor plan can complete change your guests’ experience.
We’re well past the halfway mark of 2018 and we’re already seeing a shift in wedding trends as we inch toward spring and summer (finally!).
The 18th of July 2018 marks 100 years since the birth of Nelson Mandela. This is an opportune time for each of us to reignite our commitment to do good and heed the call of the Nelson Mandela Foundation to “be the legacy” as we reflect on the life of a true icon.
Winter can be one of the most magical times of the year for special events. However, it also poses a number of obvious challenges (and chills) that should be taken into consideration during the planning process.
Graydon Carter once said: “Life is all about seating and lighting.” And in the eventing industry, we’d have to agree. Lighting is truly what sets the atmosphere and the mood for any event, and yet it can often be overlooked in the details of event planning.
Nothing beats face-to-face connection when it comes to networking and connecting with clients and potential clients – and events are an incredible tool for just that
When planning an event, it’s easy to go down a Pinterest rabbit-hole of gorgeous décor ideas. Then comes the moment of reckoning when you realise you might have to seriously consider robbing a bank if you hope to actually pull it all off.
You would be easily forgiven if the first thoughts that come to mind when confronted with having to throw a kid’s party involve screaming children, sugar-highs and parents just wanting it to be over.