Checking The Guestlist to Ensure Safety

The more sensitive your event, the more you should consider the entry or admittance protocol. For high-security events, be sure to include on your invitations the mode of entry required. Don’t skip on any details around guidelines, such as bringing the physical invite to the event, or RSVP’ing at least 24 hours before the event. Even if your guests can bring a plus-one, you can require the plus-one to be added to the official list well in advance. Feel free to require ID at entry, and to provide some type of visual proof of validation—such as a stamp or bracelet. But just be aware, a stamp or bracelet may not…

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Top tips for planning your first work Christmas party

Are you thinking of planning a work Christmas party? Is it your boss who wants to give his employees a good Christmas meal? Or do you want just to know what to expect from the Christmas party? Whatever the reason, this article will give you five tips to make your first work Christmas party go as planned. Drinks If you have a festive time over Christmas, then you are almost certainly going to deliver alcohol to your guests, which work Christmas party would be complete without a few drinks? It is advisable not to offer your guests “schnapps” or “spirits”, beer and wine are good enough for a work function.…

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Steps to creating a Bohemian wedding

There are many styles of weddings, and that’s why it is so important to know the style you love before you start planning your big day. Bohemian weddings are becoming more popular over recent years, so we have compiled a list to help guide you through planning your own bohemian wedding day: The Dress- this usually is free and flowing, with lace and details. The material can be natural, helping you connect with nature. Hair- With plaits and soft waves being the preferred choice, adding greenery and flowers helps set this look off. The decoration- creating an area of natural elements, including dream catchers, lots of wildflowers, and decorative throws…

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Stages of planning an awards ceremony

It is well known that planning is very important to a successful awards ceremony, and this ties in perfectly with the saying that goes ‘failing to plan is planning to fail’. Therefore, we are going to go through some of the key stages of planning for an awards ceremony.

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How to make a dull wedding venue look amazing

Most wedding venues in the UK are incredibly expensive, and sometimes people choose a location that is a little friendlier on the wallet. That’s perfectly fine and dandy, but it can mean that there are a few downsides, such as the way the building looks, the location and how it’s presented. So if you’ve just booked a venue that’s nice and spacious which doesn’t cost a bomb, you may not love the condition of the rooms, the décor and the furniture, but there are always ways to make the rooms like more ‘you’. With beautiful chair covers, fairy lights, photo frames, books, vintage suitcases and other decorations, you can divert…

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Planning your next corporate event; from venue to bar options

It has often been said that an event is as good as its planner. This also applies to corporate events. Many employees look forward to these events, which makes planning your next corporate event from venue to bar options very important. Corporate events are classified in a number of categories. These range from team buildings, annual staff parties, product launches, incentive programs, trade shows as well as press conferences. The conferences and seminars may not require the inclusion of a fun theme because they are designed for a specific purpose.

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