When it comes to planning an event of any kind, there are 2 kids of hosts: laid back, no frills, let the party happen kind of people...and detail oriented, go-all-out kind of people. I identifiy with the latter for sure. When it comes to entertaining, my motto is "go big or go home" and that doesn't always mean a huge budget, theme party or over the top extravagance. When I 'go big' it means I pay attention to every little detail. In this blog post (part one of many), I will discuss the ever-important detail of the invitation.
April is sure to be an exciting month as the weather starts to get warmer and there's more to do outside!
My friends and family often ask me "how much" of something they should have when entertaining. "Meg--how many lasagnas should I make?" "Meg--how much beer should I get?" Well, the answers to these come from years of event planning as well as some very useful cheat sheets!
Whether you are a golfer or not, Easter is a time for celebration because generally, here in New England, it marks the turn of the weather! Whether your loved one is young or young-at-heart...what will be in their Easter basket this year???
I often hear golfers who talk of wanting to get their significant others into the game that they so love. Sharing an activity together can certainly be fun for some couples. So I thought I might post about the things that could tempt your lady to hit the links!
One of the questions I have added into my repertoire for chatting with brides and grooms is whether they will have photos done before or after their wedding ceremony. Traditionally, the groom is 'not supposed' to see the bride before the wedding. But do you know where this tradition came from?
If you are like any of the brides that I meet with weekly, you have a million ideas for your big day swirling in your head! Just like setting your budget, selecting your date and finding the perfect venue, selecting your color palate is an important step in your wedding planning process.
Yeah, yeah, yeah I know. It's only March. But you know what? Spring is just around the corner and that means summer isn't far either. So while you're stuck inside for a few more months, why not daydream about all the fun you can have in Plymouth this summer?
Here are 3 reasons why we can't wait for summer in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
There is more to planning an event than finding the perfect venue with amazing views and scrumptious food. When it comes to planning any event, the key is to assemble a team of professionals who work seamlessly together to make your event feel flawless! Here at PCC, we have a fantastic list of preferred vendors to accommodate your every event need and I am always thrilled to pass it along to any host.
Golf courses are some of the most beautiful spots on earth. We pride ourselves on how beautiful it is here at Plymouth Country Club, and our Superintendent as well as grounds crew work countless hours to make it so. There are some courses, however, that really take the cake when it comes to breathtaking! I've put a little visual together below for you to enjoy and dream a bit about your next golf vacation.