Do your brides ever anguish about having sometimes-unpredictable little ones upsetting their special day, yet they don’t want to exclude the kiddies entirely? A child care provider in New York has come up with a unique concept that’s sure to catch on in other parts of the country as the news spreads.
Looking for a tech traveling case that doesn’t take up a lot of space? Look no further! The Cable Stable Mini is a folio-style case with a dozen interior storage spaces, including pockets, straps and elastic loops.
The next generation of reusable water bottles is here! The Vapur Anti-Bottle offers numerous benefits compared to standard water bottles.
Keep your eye on Tout—the new real-time social media app that lets you share 15-second video status updates over email, Facebook and Twitter.
Although brides around the world are sure to copy Kate Middleton’s simply-styled wedding bouquet, others are stepping away from the traditional floral arrangement and using beautifully arranged vintage brooches and jewelry for their bridal bouquets.
Add pizzaz to your beverage service with MistyStix, swizzle sticks loaded with pellets of dry ice that cause the beverage to emit swirls of smokey fog.
Companies and sponsors can now put their messages and events on customized MP3 players. A new company, Tourz2Go, creates content for the players, which can be given to conference and event attendees pre-loaded with schedules, instructions, sponsorship messages and other customized information.
Recently introduced by Mojo Barriers, the Gatekeeper is a temporary turnstile system which allows people to be counted in and out of an event space with numbers recorded in real time.
Used billboards as placemats? Viamaris Partners and Israeli designer Nomi Gerstein have figured out a way to make it happen, saving landfills from up to 100 lbs of discarded plastic per billboard.
Pantone’s color palette for the coming fall season is a mix of bright colors with simple neutrals. Pairings include warm prints with cool metals and a mix of old and new influences, creating an intriguing balance between colors, according to Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute.