So, you have opened a great new business venture or created a life changing product that you are ready to send out into the world . . . but how do you get the word out? You host an EPIC launch party. Here we give you 5 tips to consider for creating a launch party that will keep your industry buzzing long after last call!
Whether planning a wedding or corporate event, there are always lots of details to manage and budgets to wrangle. Often people make the mistake of thinking they can manage all of these details themselves in order to stay within budget – but more likely than not, they will end up spending more in the long run. Here are just a few ways that hiring a planner will not only give you a superior event, but also save your budget!
With nearly 40 percent of engagements happening during the four-month stretch between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day, we can bet either you or someone you know is currently navigating their wedding planning checklist. If you’re reading this, you’ve likely already envisioned your wedding, created a budget, selected the wedding date/time and are currently researching the perfect venue to fit your vision. Here are some tips to help you interpret your venue contract and ensure you have no surprises after you say “I do.”
We’re ending this week with a Flashback Friday from March 2014 when we welcomed Daher-Socata as they unveiled their brand new TBM900.
We love it when clients give us a little freedom to produce a WOW moment! Our team was so lucky to work with a prominent watch company to help launch a new luxury product to a select group of VIP customers in their Central Florida market. With a group of only 20 guests, we wanted to offer a lot of drama while still ensuring an intimate feel. The juxtaposition of this modern acrylic table, mirrored planter boxes filled with white hydrangeas and white roses, (Wizard Connection) clear chiavari chairs and glass chargers, (A Chair Affair) finished with white shantung linens (Connie Duglin Linens) made a visually interesting contrast inside the vintage military WWII B-17 Room.