An event planner’s work is never done – not even when the event itself is over. Just as important as getting all the details right before your event, there is something you can do after your event to get valuable feedback, streamline your process, enhance your attendee experience, and further cement relationships with your team …
Here's another adorable #yearinreview roadmap. This time from @doodlingdarling :green_heart: ・・・ I thought 2016 hasn't been my year until I drew this road map. Of course, there were road blocks and bumps along the road but looking back, I realised I do ha
Throwing a big event, whether it's a fundraiser, wedding, anniversary party, you name it... can be really expensive. Since I've kind of branded myself as a budget savvy DIYer, I get asked to help with large events with tiny budgets quite often. After doing a wedding and a charity gala this year, I thought it was time to share some Tips for Event Planning on a Budget.
Keep the bride prepared and calm with the Wedding Planner Emergency Kit checklist. Make sure you have everything you need to fix the dress, get ready and do touch-ups before the ceremony. Free to download and print