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We are big believers in the importance of networking and although we’ve been working in this industry, in the same City for over 13 years, we still continue to explain our services to many people who have no idea what an event planner actually does. Event managers are essentially project managers. They are responsible for […]

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As a business that works primarily with not-for-profit events, we are sharing this advice with some hesitation. But the best event concepts and themes are driven by big thinkers. If you want to create something unique, you must start out by thinking big and dreaming about how the event can look. Pull from your event […]

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As our community becomes more diverse, so do our events and often this is an area of entertaining that get’s overlooked. Be prepared to welcome guests with disabilities and ensure that you are following proper fire code requirements with aisles and sight lines to emergency exits. More consideration should be given for guests with dietary […]

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There are no many different components to events and planning. From vendors to suppliers to volunteers to staff! Questions to keep in mind: When does the entertainer arrive? How do I get a hold of them if they’re late? Who is the on-site contact with the caterer? When does the food need to be ready […]

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One area that often gets overlooked in event planning are the bathrooms. It’s a bit of an odd one, but people get very busy focusing on food and beverages (all very important too), that they forget about a space that, depending on the length of your event, many of your guests will need to utilize. […]

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So many times, we work with clients who are not used to updating their budget throughout the planning process. We encourage you to work on this document throughout the entire event planning process, especially during the first few weeks of your planning which can be challenging as you are likely working on booking a venue, […]

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