Renting an Event Center for a Birthday Party? 3 Rules to Check First

With plans to host a birthday party for a friend or family member, you may be worried about how to have enough space for all the guests. If you've decided to rent an event center to accommodate for the upcoming party, it's a good idea to take some time to look for what you can do to make sure that the event center meets all of your expectations. Restrictions on Alcohol Read More 

Plan A Tranquil Poolside Gathering

A pergola tent consists of a fabric covering that is supported by framework. Shimmery or flowing materials, delicate foliage, and strategically placed lighting can promote a sense of romanticism and tranquility. If you are going to be welcoming the beginning of the summer this year with an evening poolside party, add a row of pergola tents to the sides of the pool to contain your guests during dinner and social activities. Read More 

Top Reasons You Need A DJ At Your Wedding Reception

There is no doubt that hosting a wedding and reception can be expensive, especially if you have a large guest list. While it is normal to look for ways to keep costs down, failing to invest in a quality wedding DJ is usually a big mistake. You can create a playlist to be played during your wedding reception on your own, but you will not be able to recreate the experience of having a wedding DJ at you reception on your own. Read More 

4 Things To Understand About Catering For A Business Event

If your business is putting on a large event that requires food, you are going to need to work with a caterer. Working with a catering company is a custom process, so it helps to know what your business is looking for. Here are a few things you need to know about how the process of working with a catering company will go when you are handling a corporate event. Read More 

Smart Reasons To Enter An Escape Room With A Smaller-Than-Recommended Group Size

When you book an escape room adventure as a team-building activity with co-workers, you'll normally learn the recommended group size for the room that you select. While there's nothing wrong with heeding this advice, you might alternatively want to think about entering the escape room with a smaller group. For example, if a particular room's recommendation is 10 participants, you might consider going in with eight. There are several advantages to keeping your group a little smaller, including the following: Read More