Events get bigger and more lavish every year, and 2018 is bound to take it to the next level. Weddings, corporate events, fundraisers and private parties alike are growing in both size and popularity. No matter the type of event, there are endless planning decisions that need to be made carefully to ensure your event goes off without a hitch.
Wedding preparation can be exhausting, and it’s easy to forget some little, yet essential items for the big day. By thinking ahead and packing some last-minute essentials in your wedding kit, you’ll be able to be present and enjoy your special day. What are some items that you might want to include
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Ah, the holiday season is upon us! While holiday-themed celebrations take center stage, in the colder months, there are still plenty of couples who want a winter wedding around “the most wonderful time of the year!” It’s actually relatively easy to incorporate a thematic holiday touch to your winter wedding without being overly literal or cheesy (no Santa’s sleigh gift table here!).
We celebrated such a beautiful wedding season, and are enjoying the first glimpse into engagement season! Around the holidays, and after all the wedding guest hype has settled down, we love seeing our friends and family say “yes,” and seeing how our newlywed friends are celebrating their first holidays together.
Santa is coming into town and what better way to celebrate the holiday season than with your favorite wintery treats! Roast some chestnuts on an open fire with a cup of hot chocolate and build your very own Dessert Bar that your guests will surely enjoy. The holidays are “s’more” about laughter and cheer and it’s about that time that it’s here! Show off your artistic side with our Simple Step-By-Step How To on making your very own Holiday Inspired Dessert Bar.
After a quick elevator ride from the lobby, guests immersed themselves in the old Hollywood glamour of the hotel penthouse, whose décor was complete with mirrored walls and silver accents. Starting the night on a sweet note, a dessert spread, provided by The Hollywood Roosevelt, greeted guests upon entry.
Creating your own rustic wedding decorations can be easy and fun, and save you loads of money on your big day. Try these tips and ideas for some decorations that will create the perfect atmosphere for love, family, and friends.