Four Reasons To Rent Round Tables For Your Next Event

If you are planning a wedding, conference, or banquet and you are renting tables and chairs, you will have to decide the shape of your tables. While many rental companies may steer you towards rectangular tables because they are easier to load and deliver, there are reasons that round tables may be your better choice. Here are a few points to consider in your deliberations.  Round Tables Provide You With More Seating Options [Read More]

5 Tips For Hosting A TV Marathon With Friends

Watching entire seasons or even multiple seasons of one TV show in marathon format has become so popular that "binge-watch" was even declared the word of the year in 2015. In the winter, binge watching a great TV show is even more appealing, since you don't really need an excuse to stay inside being cozy when it's cold out. While watching television is often considered a solitary activity, it doesn't have to be. [Read More]

How To Make Your Own Veil To Help Save Money On Your Wedding

Weddings can be expensive when you add in the cost of the venue, the food and alcohol, and all the other expenses. When you are planning your wedding there are many ways to save money without forgoing any of the sparkle you want on your wedding day. According to the Bridal Association of America, the average price for a wedding veil is $274, but you can make your own for much less. [Read More]

5 Questions to Ask When Planning a Conference For C-Level Executives

Finding the right conference facility is always a challenge, but it's doubly so if you're planning a conference for high-level executives. CEOs, CFOs, and COOs expect to have certain amenities everywhere they go, especially if they're well-paid and work for a large company. When comparing conference facilities for an event that will include these delegates, you'll want to take these expectations into account. Here are five questions to ask before signing a specific venue for a conference that caters to C-level executives. [Read More]