Practical Event Planning Guide
With prom season in full swing here is a little bit of trivia and fact. The average girl goes to 11 stores and tries 13 dresses before making a decision. Proms were not always the lavish events tha they have become but this picture from the fifties shows the evolution to today’s over the top […]
Where was this sunshine that we are seeing and feeling today over the weekend? The rain, cold and wind put a damper on a number of events on Saturday and Sunday. Once again, Mother Nature proved via Mother Nature: The Ultimate Event Planner – Barrington, IL Patch. Related articles Thank You Mother Nature (charity-lynn.com) How […]
According to an article published in The Herald Sun inÂ Melbourne, Australia Mums are spending up to $10,000 on children’s birthday parties. This is interesting as it seems to be echoing trends here in North America. While some are doing some serious belt tightening and opting for smaller, more intimate parties there also seems to […]
Wedding crisis… it’s all in a day’s work – Business – The Star. The DIY wedding still reigns supreme for couples wanting to keep a close eye on the nuptual budget – and get hands on with the arrangements. Related articles DIY Thursday is here!!! (mysweetwedding.wordpress.com) Throwing Money at Our Problems (weddingbee.com) Your Wedding: DIY […]
With all the required planning hiring a wedding DJ can be a daunting task. Watch the video for some pointers. How to Hire a Wedding DJ, 10 Tips GOOD NOTE DJ Steve Hoffman, http://www.goodnote.com, one of the Washington DC’s area’s top wedding entertainers, presents 10 things brides & grooms should seek when hiring a DJ […]
Throwing a graduation party can seem like a daunting task at first. You may find yourself asking questions such as, “where should it be held – at home or an event venue?” and “should I rent a tent in case it rains?” via Graduation Party Planning Guide – Foxborough, MA Patch.