Hosting an Event vs. Being a Guest

Hosting an Event vs. Being a Guest

For any event, whether it’s a quinceañera, a retirement party, or a wedding, there is a big difference between being a guest at the event or being the host. The experiences are totally different, and it’s almost like being in an alternate reality or parallel universe....
Benefits of a Fall Wedding

Benefits of a Fall Wedding

Many weddings that were meant to happen in the spring or summer, also known as prime wedding season, have been postponed to this fall. They may be postponed yet again, but the benefits of having your wedding in the fall rather than the traditional wedding season are...
In Good Taste: Choosing an Event Menu

In Good Taste: Choosing an Event Menu

Whether your event is big or small, there is always one element that cannot be forgotten: food. From children’s birthday parties and romantic anniversary dinners to Super Bowl Sunday and Thanksgiving dinner, food is a defining event at any party. So, how do you choose...
How to Plan for the Worst

How to Plan for the Worst

With event planning, a maxim that applies well is, “Hope for the best, but plan for the worst.” In many event planning scenarios this can mean financially, logistically, and even emotionally. For example, with weddings, planning for the worst can mean anything from...