You may not consider the bar at your event to be a 'small detail' and you would be correct! What you might not realize are the little ways you can make the bar at your next event unique and memorable.
We have had a wet Spring here in New England, and had more showers than ever it seems! Celebrating a new addition to the family with a baby shower is a rite of passage all parents-to-be should experience. Friends and family gather with gifts and well wishes in anticipation of the ten little fingers and ten little toes on the way.
In this next installment of 'the smallest details matter' I will be addressing what can be literally the smallest item you may need to think of at your event! TABLE NUMBERS! Seems silly...almost insignificant, right? Well, as I pointed out last time, the details set the tone for the whole event. When every detail works together you create an unforgettable time.
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.
Whenever I saw that a new trend for weddings and parties is a 'donut wall', I nearly fell out of my chair! In an article from House Beautiful, Lyndsey Matthews explains how this awesome display can fit into ANY occasion!
Welcome to New England! With some of the most unpredictable weather in the country, it can be hard to plan an event. Spring time? It might snow...April 1st blizzard? absolutely. Summer? There could be a hurricane! Fall...that must be safe...all that beautiful foliage and crisp Fall air! You could have a heat wave in October. And Winter...well, for sure you have heard about our New England Winters. In 2014, we received over 108 inches of snow in one season!
The dress rips...the red wine spills...the chuppah falls apart! What now?? Call on your event manager and her bag of tricks.
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?
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...