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Insider's guide for hosting a golf outing

Posted by A.J. Petrulak on Aug 23, 2016 3:00:00 PM've been put in charge of organizing a golf outing. Even though everybody is guaranteed to have a great time regardless (who doesn't love golf?), you're still feeling a LITTLE bit of pressure putting this thing together.

Well fear not, my golfing friend! I'm here to offer up some help that will walk you through this sometimes stressful process.

To get started, just ask yourself these 5 questions.

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Topics: Insider, Event, Golf

Why you should unplug from social media at a wedding

Posted by Meg Maher on Aug 11, 2016 2:30:00 PM

Isn't it funny that these days the term "unplug" refers to turning off our wireLESS devices?  By definition, to unplug means to disconnect.  What is trending for weddings and events now is unplugging in order to CONNECT.

According to, the average person spends 23 days a year staring at their phone screen.  The better part of a month...lost looking down at a screen.

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Topics: Insider, Wedding, Event, Guests, Etiquette

Is D.I.Y for Y.O.U?

Posted by Meg Maher on Jul 28, 2016 10:30:00 AM

The age of Pinterest is in full bloom and the ideas that swirl around for any event are too numerous to count.  I can not tell you how many times a client shows me a Pinterest picture on their phone to tell me they are going to "do it themselves". It seems easy enough, right?

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Topics: Wedding, Party, Budget, DIY, Event

"Love the people, not the party"  ~A look at event etiquette

Posted by Meg Maher on Jul 12, 2016 4:56:04 PM

In The Boston Globe Magazine, this past February, 'Miss Conduct':  Robin Abrahams, answers a reader's question of whether or not it is polite to leave a wedding because the music is too loud.  Her response, in my opinion, is wonderful...

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Topics: Party, RSVP, Event, Etiquette

Weddings, Golf, South Shore and more...

There is so much cool stuff happening in this new era of golf, and so many creative minds providing daily inspiration for weddings and events, we just want to stay involved. This blog is our way of doing just that! We wanted to be able to share and connect with the PCC community and beyond, from anywhere, at any time (even when there is no golf in sight in mid-February).

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