Many indoor venues are designed to be neutral palettes for events, offering a semi-blank canvas to add details and décor that speak to your event, your personal style or your organization’s brand. The options are as plentiful as the ideas you can conjure. Sometimes, we just need a little spark to get the ideas flowing.
Favors are a way to say “thanks” for celebrating with us. They offer an opportunity during the event to add a special touch, share another piece of your story, or make an impact beyond your event. Here are three of our favor-ite favor ideas that will surely show gratitude toward your guests.
Recently, there has been a shift in how people are booking events—with much less advance notice than in years past. Perhaps it’s that we all seem to be juggling more on our plates, or maybe technology has trained us that it takes less time to do, well…anything. Whatever your reason is, we’re making the case for advance booking as a best practice for anyone planning any kind of event, from an all-day golf outing to an extravagant evening gala to a morning business seminar. Here’s why… Continue reading →
From golf outings to galas, fashion shows and charity auctions, concerts and comedy shows, the options for fundraising events are plentiful. The best fundraising events have a clear message, relatable cause, and strategic fundraising plan. These ideas will help you get in the right frame of mind when it comes to getting more out of your next fundraising event.
When one of our amazing couples is featured in a bridal magazine, we just can’t keep it to ourselves. Massachusetts couple, Mary-Catherine and Cody celebrated their love story at Manchester Country Club in the fall, and all the details were captured in NH Magazine Bride’s fall/winter 2019 issue.
We’ve seen hundreds of New Hampshire weddings over the years, and although each one is different, one thing remains the same—the way to win the hearts ♥♥♥ of your guests. When planning for your big day, be sure to consider these wedding reception must-haves (and things to skip).
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, full of holiday cheer, festive gatherings and big “to do” lists! When planning your corporate holiday event, here are a few ways to respect everyone’s time during the holiday season and give back to your staff, vendors and holiday guest list.