This one is for the couple who is looking for something a little different than the average cookie cutter wedding. You might not think it, but planning a non-traditional wedding requires just as much thought and attention to detail as a typical church wedding. If you’re looking for different ways to put a unique twist on your wedding day, keep reading for some ideas and inspiration!
One weekend, one tent, and two totally different parties! What is one to do when graduation party and birthday land on the same weekend for two people from the same family? Have one Friday and then flip the space for another event on Saturday. As well as hire a team of trustworthy vendors!
There are currently several exciting and unique trends in lighting and décor. They range from extremely complicated light patterns that continually move and change, to the opposite style of using simple organic shape combinations created by light. Plugged in to the middle of these trends are a mix of esthetics:
When the hype started over The Royal Wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, I initially wondered what all the fuss was about. A few years earlier, we saw the wedding of William and Kate, and yet their event did not result in many stand-out trends that would come to be utilized in American weddings. However, after seeing the latest royal wedding, I have to admit that I was completely besotted by the couple and many of the details of their celebration, which seemed to have a serious yet joyful air about it. Here are some trends I am predicting due to this royal affair:
Trens spotted on the show floor ar the Februray 2018 American Rental Show...
I attended Catersource for the first time in four years, and was impressed at how the tradeshow has grown in attendance and exhibitor! Here are a few of the emerging trends I spotted at the show:
End-of-school parties, birthday celebrations, summer solstice, whichever event you’re planning to have this summer, make it more exciting by celebrating outdoors. These are the factors you’ll enjoy about hosting an outdoor event this summer.
It's the holidays! Time to dust off those boxes labeled holiday, crank up the themed tunes, and get to decorating! Whether you are a classic red and green kind of person or a holiday peacock decorator, we have something for everyone. Follow along to gain some inspiration for holiday decor that is anything but the classic red and green!
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Kwanzaa, or Hanukkah it's fun to get into the holiday spirit by adding some sparkle and color around the home! Here are two unique ways to decorate your home or table for the holidays!