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The Knot has released its much anticipated wedding report, which surveyed nearly 18,000 couples who were wed in 2011. And the news is good for suppliers to the weddings industry.
One of our industry’s mantras in recent years is to make sure that event planners and designers touch all the senses. Hotels, it seems, are catching on to this idea.
You’ve heard about it, read about it and have seen it plastered all over Facebook and Twitter. Maybe it’s time to take the plunge and dig into Pinterest to see what all the hype is about.
When their invitations arrived looking like report cards, guests know that they were going to have to make the grade at the largest fundraiser for the Adopt-a-School Foundation in Johannesburg, South Africa. The intent, says planner Jade Crystal Calvert of Vicky Crease Events, was to “…make everybody feel like a kid again.”
Brides and grooms often ask for menus that are memorable and unique. But as a professional planner, it’s your job to work with the caterer to make sure that guests’ special dietary requirements are also met.
While the presidential hopefuls continue to battle it out, the event industry’s biggest election came to an exciting end on February 28 at the Spotlight Awards in Las Vegas, when the winners were announced in 15 different categories.