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Christmas Dinner Party

Take a Seat

By Event Planning Tips
The holidays are fully upon us which means employee gatherings, family dinners, Christmas luncheons, corporate cocktail parties and everything in between. Tis the season for celebration! If you’re hosting an event, on the party planning committee at work, or even just attending all of these fun events, you must appreciate the importance of a comfortable place to sit, relax or simply rest your drink. With all of the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, guests will truly appreciate a cozy atmosphere, inviting them to “take a seat” and enjoy! Read More

Hit the Floor

Hit the Floor

By Event Planning Tips
Outdoor events, big or small, are refreshing. However, unlike holding an event inside, there will be some items and supplies you will need to consider acquiring to make your event as comfortable for your guests as possible.

Often, people immediately jump to the obvious supplies like tables, chairs, or dishes. And while all those items are necessary, there’s one that doesn’t always cross people’s mind. Read More

Why You Should Plan Your Event Despite Covid-19

Better Safe Than Sorry

By Event Planning Tips
Spring is just around the corner, and with it will come much-needed warmer weather. That means everyone will be leaving their homes after months of freezing temperatures and snow to enjoy the outside and, fingers crossed, some socially-distanced gatherings.

Since 2020 put an end to many occasions, we’re hoping 2021 will allow friends, families and co-workers to gather together again. Whether it’s a wedding, graduation, birthday, retirement, or gender reveal party, to name a few, planning and eagerly anticipating these moments of celebration is important. Read More

Festival - Planning for Uncertainty

Planning for Uncertainty

By Event Planning Tips, Portable Toilets
If there is one take away from all the COVID-19 precautions and restrictions, it’s that it’s taught business owners how to plan for everything. Well, almost everything. Anyone who entered 2020 with a solid budget saw it quickly fly out the window due to all the sudden changes.

So, how do you plan for uncertainty? Well, considering the measures the city and the province put in place throughout the last ten months, we should all be well-versed in flexibility.
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Festival - Keeping it Outside

Keeping it Outside

By Event Planning Tips
As temperatures start to drop, businesses (or backyard-party-throwing homeowners) will want to keep people as comfortable as possible to extend the life of their outdoor space.

We have seen some excellent ideas over the years ranging from free warm drinks or snacks to logos on complimentary cold-weather gear (hats, scarves, gloves, and so on).
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