You’re in for a treat—a fresh treat—at the 2012 Event Solutions Idea Factory this coming February. We’re not only bringing you speakers who are well-known industry favorites—people such as Midori Connolly, Sean Low and Preston Bailey. We’ve also worked hard to find some speakers you’ve never seen before at the Idea Factory.
For the fourth year in a row, Summit Entertainment brought on producers Chad Hudson Events to create the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn premiere launch at the L.A. Live entertainment complex.
Are you looking for ways to add a little ghoulishness to your Halloween party? These spooky cocktails are sure to give your guests a shiver!
1 oz black cherry vodka
½ oz grenadine
Maraschino cherries for garnish
Hiring a photographer or videographer to capture wedding memories is a given these days, but have your bridal couples ever considered a wedding painter? Rather than a camera, these artists use canvas to preserve the occasion, setting up their easels at the ceremony and reception.
You’ve probably heard all about the benefits of going paperless at your events. You know you’ll save massive amounts of money on printed programs and other materials, your attendees will admire how eco-friendly you are, and program changes can be made available in an instant.
Not all events are centered around lavish floral displays, buffets of fine cuisine and silent auctions of luxury items. In the village of Nashville, Ind., the community comes together once a year to have fun and raise money for the We Care Gang, a local charitable organization.
You may think you know all the rules for gracious dining in business settings, but do you? You may be surprised!
Wait for all parties to arrive before beginning any part of the meal, but don’t delay dinner for a late arrival for more than 15 minutes.
The host is seated first; then the guests may sit.
This Bat Mitzvah needed to be a lot of things to a lot of people, and Zak Kunish of Zak Events pulled it off with a heavy dose of hard work and creativity. The Bat Mitzvah girl wanted a soccer theme, since she loves the game and is a top player in her age group in northern New Jersey.
I’ve been told that I do a fabulous job telling potential clients thanks, but no thanks. The line I actually give them is, “I think you and I speak a different design language,” and then I send them on their way. That may seem glib, but doesn’t that just sum it up sometimes?
Fresh from Hawaii, Hula Girls Foods has introduced swizzle sticks made from pure cane sugar. The chewable sticks are available in various lengths to accommodate different size drinks. Spice up traditional rum and cokes, or add to your favorite Mojito recipe. The swizzles can even be used as skewers for fantastic flavor on the grill.