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Your rehearsal dinner – make a great start to your wedding celebration

Posted by on Mar 5, 2016

Your rehearsal dinner – make a great start to your wedding celebration

Let the festivities begin!  Your rehearsal dinner sets the stage for the big day ahead.  What a great time to have some fun in a more relaxed environment while making sure all those involved with the wedding are ready to go when you say “I do!” Traditionally, the groom’s family hosts the rehearsal dinner.  However, that tradition is often broken when both families may plan the rehearsal dinner and the wedding.  Whomever is involved in the planning and hosting, here a some quick tips: Invite the wedding party, immediate families, and out of town guests. Consider seating people who do not know each other together.  You likely will not do this at the...

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Getting engaged this holiday season?

Posted by on Nov 19, 2015

Getting engaged this holiday season?

Congratulations on your engagement!  Now is the time to secure your venue, particularly if you are planning to wed in 2016.  Believe it or not, one of the busiest times for venues to show their facilities and secure bookings is in January.  That’s because of holiday engagements.  So to secure the venue and date of your choice, get looking and booking now! Best of luck in your planning and again, congratulations on your engagement!...

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Strategic Planning

Posted by on Oct 28, 2015

Strategic Planning

As another year draws to a close, planning for the new year and beyond is in full swing. Though strategic planning should be woven into the day to day functioning of your company, it is helpful to take stock of your current reality and “right the ship” for the new year ahead.  And more importantly, it is time to be innovative and creative as you chart your course for future success. Meeting with your senior executive team and then your board of directors is a great way to plan your course.  The following elements in your planning sessions are sure to bring valued results: Assess your current business state.  What is going well?  What needs improvement?  What...

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