If the holidays are sneaking up on you this season, don’t worry—you’re definitely not alone. If you still want to put together a great-looking corporate holiday party, but are in a time crunch, the good news is you’re not out of luck. There are plenty of ways to plan a beautiful, professional looking, and festive holiday party for your company even if you’re down to the wire with time.
If you’re looking for an excuse to get everyone together and all dressed up this winter, why not throw a black and white gala? Galas are perfect events for fundraising and celebrations alike, and they give guests an opportunity to really pull out all the stops when they get ready to go out. Black and white themed events are hot this winter, so take advantage of the trend and put together something that’s gorgeous and elegant. Here are some ideas you can work with for this gala.
Whether you’re planning a birthday party, wedding, anniversary party, or shower, a brunch can be a fun way to do it. A brunch is a festive way to gather everyone you love for the event, and it allows for a day into the night celebration, if you want to keep the party going. A Champagne brunch is a classy yet fun way to host a brunch event. Check out our ideas for hosting a great Champagne brunch.
More and more, people are choosing to host life’s big celebrations at home because the setting is more personal and intimate. However, hosting an event like a bridal shower or baby shower, or even a wedding or anniversary party at your home can still be a luxurious, upscale affair. Planning and hosting a high-end event in your home is easy with a bit of planning.
When you’re looking for a unique wedding color palette, consider pairing pastel shades with metallics. For example, mint green and gold. The combination is easily customizable with other accents, and it allows for a beautiful way to showcase an unexpected color contrast. One of the best parts of this color combination is that it doesn’t only fit into one season—how you accessorize it can make gold and mint green ideal for winter, spring, or summer. Check out the way this wedding showcased mint and gold—stunning, isn’t it?
Autumn and the beginning of winter are a busy time for many businesses. If you’re in charge of planning and hosting a conference or networking event, and haven’t begun your planning process, there’s still time to get down to it. It’s important to switch up the way you design and plan these events, too, so returning attendees will have a unique experience. Here are some helpful tips for planning a great networking or conference event for your company.
If you’re planning a winter wedding, now’s the time to start considering what colors you might want. Of course, you’re likely to keep seeing the standby ice blue-white-silver themes, so we’ve come up with five magical winter wedding themes complete with color palettes that you can use for inspiration.
Not every event during the fall season has to be a super-serious, lots-of-planning affair. Sometimes, you just want to get everyone together and dish about the latest celebrity gossip, catch up with each other, and share a few glasses of wine as a group! Thankfully, we have just the excuse for you to do so—Beaujolais Nouveau, a French wine, is released for sale on the third Thursday of November every year, and there are celebrations all over for “Beaujolais Day.” For your own wine-inspired party, we’ve come up with these fun ideas!
Planning a great Thanksgiving dinner event or party means more than just serving the perfect golden brown turkey. Of course, the menu is one very important part of it—perhaps the most crucial part of a Thanksgiving party—but it’s not the only thing you’ll want to focus on when creating a memorable event. Check out these five fall color combinations for the perfect event.
Paying attention to detail when planning an event is what separates ordinary events from ones that guests can’t stop rehashing with their friends, long after the party is over. Creating a memorable event is all about unexpected details and decorative accents that really bring the whole look together. Here are our five favorite unexpected accents that make your event look great.