Choose the perfect furniture for your event

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When you are in the process of organizing an event, thousands of ideas can pass through your head, but it’s important that you always keep in mind the clear objectives you wish to achieve. It’s not enough that the place looks beautiful, it also must be comfortable and functional. Remember that people stay in a place when they feel comfortable.

So once everything is well organized and you manage to project harmony between the elements, you can divide the space into areas and consider the needs of each one. For example:

  • Food area:there you can locate a large or elongated table with some decorative ornaments or subtle flowers arrangements, but always giving enough space to the most important thing: the food. This way, you will allow that your guests enjoy their meal without risk of accidents.

  • Coexistence area:this space, dedicated to rest and comfort should create an atmosphere that leads to pleasant conversations, supported by illuminated tables, chairs or poufs, lamps and of course, a clear field of vision so it will not interfere in the contact of people.

  • Show area:if the event carries out a show or recreational moment, it requires special furniture such as stage, seats, dance floor, lights, tent, canopies, etc. Everything will depend on the type of celebration.

Once you define the concept of your event we’ll, get to work! You’ll see that everything flows easier.

Choose the perfect combination of colors for your event

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We know that one of the most exciting and important things in the organization of an event is the selection of the predominant colors. From there, the details, such as tablecloths, lights, flowers, napkins and the rest of the decoration, will be defined. That is why you must be clear about your objectives when planning time begins.

If you still do not decide what the tones of your event will be, here are some tips that will be very helpful:

  • Define what you want to project:It is well known that colors project and generate different kinds of emotions: tranquility, fun, romanticism, etcetera. If it is a corporate event, it is important that you consider the values of the brand, the area in which it operates and the psychology of colors. For example: When they are technological brands, usually the predominant tones are blue and gray. These provide security and confidence.
  • Consider the environment:sometimes just by seeing what is around, you can get that inspiration or clarity you need to choose the colors. Especially if it is open spaces or outdoors such as a garden or the beach.

  • Take into consideration the colors according to the season of the year in which the event will take place.For each of them there are perfect combinations that make harmony with the environment. For example:
  1. – Spring: the subtle, pastel, and neutral tones, matching the freshness of the season.
  2. – Summer: warmer, vibrant, bright and full of life colors.
  3. – Autumn: brown, earth, golden, orange, toasted, chocolate and olive green.
  4. – Winter: this cold season can be combined perfectly with shades of white, gray, blue, ocher, red, green and gold, because a touch of color enhances the staging.

Now after these tips, are you ready to start choosing your combinations?

What you should know about your wedding decoration

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The preparation of your wedding requires time and effort, being an intimate or a big celebration. The important thing is that you stay faithful to your tastes so the result will be what you have always dreamed of on that special day.

Taking care of every detail will make you go from something common to a unique and unforgettable event, that’s why you should:

1. Unify the style. Make all the elements of your wedding related to each other. The invitations, floral arrangements, the service at the table and the setting must follow the same thread so that everything is in harmony.

2. Choose the details well. Make sure that each one has a purpose within the set that they will enhance. It is not about having many objects but the right ones.

3. Include color notes. Although white is considered the color of weddings, the details in other tones will bring the wedding decoration to life. You can use up to three colors to combine.

4. Never improvise! Nothing you leave at random or for the last minute, can go as well as something planned with time. You can take the risk of having a wedding that does not carry your essence because of the hurry.

Never forget that you should start enjoying your big moment from the first day of planning!

Why is important send a save-the-date card?

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If you’re wondering whether save the date cards are just another thing to add onto your wedding budget, here are some reasons why we think this cards are important to send.

As long as you’ve booked/reserved a wedding date then there’s no reason why you shouldn’t send a save the date cards to your friends, family and potential wedding guests. Here we tell you some reasons why is important to send this cards.

  1. You can introduce your wedding theme from day one and that your guests will look forward to receive your invitations.
  2. Show off your engagement shoot pictures: If you plan on sending personalized save the date cards.
  3. Guarantee your guest list: By sending the cards in advance you’ll know who should be able to attend to your wedding when the big day finally arrives.
  4. Guests attending an overseas wedding may need time to save up — or book their flight tickets to your wedding; the sooner you spread the word, the better!
  5. Sending your save the date cards will make your wedding seem all that more real!
  6. They help to keep in touch: Don’t forget to include your contact details on your save the date cards so that your guests can keep in touch and enjoy the run up to your wedding with you!
  7. Create a buzz: Your wedding guests will feel a buzz of excitement amongst them after having received your save the date cards. Enjoy the moment and prepare for exciting phone calls and texts from the receivers of your postal announcement.

Enjoy the first step of this amazing ride!

Furry friends make the event much more memorable!

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For many couples, having their pet around in this special day is a must. Think, if you’re inviting your second cousin who you’ve seen twice in your life, then there’s no reason your best friend shouldn’t be part of your big day, and in a big way too.

If you and your future husband or wife already have a dog, you probably consider your pet a part of the family, and there are lots of ways to involve dogs in your celebration, whether in a formal role – as ring bearer or flower dogs – or simply as the most honored guest.

Now, first things first. There are many different factors to consider before you decide if your dog should be present at the festivities. You want to make sure your fur baby is taken care of throughout the entire celebration, so be careful to choose a sitter, maybe a close friend, that be aware of him or her at all times. Then you won’t have to worry about your pup’s well-being.

Also, is very important to consider your pet’s personality. Maybe you’ve got a sweet old dog, who’s happy to be around humans. GREAT! she or he should do just fine. But if you’ve got a puppy, who has an abundance of energy and will chew on anything in sight, maybe is not such a good idea. So, think realistically, about what bringing your dog to a wedding (surrounded by lots of people) looks like. Then decide.

If you want your dog to be at this special occasion, strategic planning is essential, but it will be worth it having your best friend with you, on one of the biggest days of your life. Also you can be sure he or she will look incredibly cute on the pictures!

Is a must to have a wedding cake?

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Wedding cakes are a time-honored tradition that many couples choose to include on their big day. But just as some people don’t look their best in true white or would rather choose different décor elements than fresh blooms, not everyone loves cake! If that’s your case, can you opt to skip the wedding cake altogether? As experts, we can give you some tips that could help you take that decision.
If you don’t want to serve cake at your wedding, but you like to enjoy some sweets during the celebration, you can go for another alternative. Maybe instead of serving cake, look for another dessert that you love. You could offer an ice cream sundae bar, a spread of cookies and brownies, or your favorite flavors of pies. Another idea can include fresh fruits and squares of chocolate to pair with the different flavors. A coffee or hot cocoa bar is also a nice treat for the night.
Remember, it’s your celebration! so there’s no reason to designate a part of your budget toward something you don’t see as a crucial part of your wedding day. The great thing is, skipping the wedding cake doesn’t mean your party has to be a dessert-free zone, nor does it mean you need to also skip traditions like the cake cutting or the first bite shared as husband and wife. You can do all traditions with your special touch. So, forget about what you should do for your big day and start thinking on what you and your future husband would like for that unique

Less is more for setting your party table!

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The rules have always been the same: forks on the left, drinks on the right, conversation just slightly to the left of non-controversial. Well, we have some news! Rules were made to be broken so, switch it up a little bit with this amazing tips, close enough to the holiday season. 1) Skip the Tablecloth: Use brown butcher paper as a placemat for a rustic look with effortless cleanup. 2) Play Mismatch: In case you don’t own a complete china set, no problem! Stack different and settle your table with non-matching plates and bowls. 3) Forget ironing and starching: Place a folded linen napkin between a full-sized dish and a salad plate. 4) Cutlery can go on the same side of the plate and not all the time you have to use so many, one pair of knife and fork is enough. 5) For a more modern look you can put the fork and knife above the dishes. 6) Don’t fret over matching wine glasses. Mix and match like the eclectic lady you are. Have some fun planning your next party and don’t worry about so many rules to pleased your guests, we are sure that all they want is to have a good time in your company.

The bouquet, your companion down the aisle

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Every woman loves flowers, not only to receive them as a gift, to decorate her home or to wear, but even more so, as a bouquet to carry and complement her wedding gown on one of the most memorable days of her life. The bridal bouquet is an essential part of a modern bride’s outfit, in every wedding scenario. It is true that flowers add visual beauty and a touch of romance to a wedding, but there are deeper reasons for their presence.

A bride carrying flowers has its roots in ancient times. In Ancient Rome, brides carried garlands, believing that it signifies new beginnings, fidelity and hope of fertility. In the Middle Ages, strong-smelling herbs and spices were thought to ward off and drive away evil spirits, bad luck, ill health and help mask the smell of body odor.

The modern version of the bridal bouquet was popularized by Queen Victoria who, when marrying Prince Albert, carried a tiny round clutch of flowers in a filigree holder filled with moss and orange blossom. In Victorian times, lovers often sent different flowers as a way of expressing their love. Each flower had a different meaning, and their exchange soon became very popular. Flowers were a part of wedding ceremonies because of this romantic association. Brides carefully chose flowers for the sentiments they represented.

However, in modern times, charming as they may have seemed, the old traditions have been almost forgotten, with brides now selecting flowers for the beauty of their colors, fragrance and shape. The bouquet is the bride’s ultimate accessory and greatly adds to the overall appearance of the day. The bride’s selected blooms are a way to express her personal style, taste and personality, it’s also an essential complement to her gown.

Invitation protocol = ancient history

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Over the years there have been many protocols about the invitations and this had raised a lot of doubts like: Were to send it? To whom? Should I put number of guests? Among others. But the truth is, many things have changed over the years and protocol is not so strict anymore.

Nowadays people use more low cost and practical ways, to make their invitations. An example, is the electronic invitations, that are a more simple and faster way to invite your guests, also you avoid another extra responsibility ( going to the mail or deliver them in person to each guest) in the stressful job of planning an event.

Another fact that is old fashioned, is the handwritten invitation. Even though it looks beautiful, very elegant and many people like to do it this way. It isn’t a “must” anymore, now you can use another type of resources and it can also look stunning.

Also, we can discuss the theme of colors. Like we said before, the new generation like to use all digital, including invitations and amazing videos, not at all conventional but extremely original! Now, everyone has different tastes and many people like to see printed invitations, but also in this subject, many things have change. Formerly people used light colors in their invitations, even must of the cards (specially weeding invitations) were white. This idea change completely and nowadays colors took over!

With all this information, you can be sure that they’re not bad decisions, in matter of invitations for your next event. Just follow your instincts and make a design based on your tastes. Also, you have to realize that is very important to consider your guests, many people aren’t so immersed in the digital area, so maybe you have to think about the idea of doing two kind of invitations (digital and printed) and that way you’ll be sure every guest will be satisfy.

Remember always to design your invitations based on the party theme, for more tips you can get in touch with us. We’ll be happy to help you every step of the way!

Everything You Need to Do in the 48 Hours Before Your Wedding

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In the last two days before your wedding, the biggest details are probably taken care of by now. But, there’s still more to do. To make sure your big day goes off without a hitch, make sure to check these last-minute tasks off your list:

• Confirm the number of guests who will be attending with your caterer.

• Transport anything you’re providing to the venue, like favors or a cake server, and hand off guests’ welcome bags to the hotel concierge or your wedding planner.

• If you’re staying in a hotel after the reception, leave your suitcases with the front desk ahead of time.

• Either you or your planner, should email your attendants a timeline of the day’s schedule, including where to be and when group photos will begin.

• Assign a responsible bridesmaid, friend, or family member to field day-of guest inquiries, pass out tips to vendors, collect any cards or gifts left at the reception, and keep track
of legal documents, like your wedding license.

• To be sure they’ll look fresh, go for mani-pedis the day before the wedding.

• Assemble a wedding-day kit that contains essentials like bobby pins, bandages, ibuprofen, breath mints, and fashion tape.

• If you’re leaving for your honeymoon the day after, go ahead and get packed beforehand.

• Print copies and email yourself pertinent details, like vendor phone numbers, your vows, and the photographer’s must-get shot list so they won’t be hard to find.

The most important thing of all, don’t forget to enjoy your day!
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