We would like to wish everyone a happy holiday season and thank event professionals especially for bringing such joy and cheer to people throughout the year through your events. With that said, here is our holiday poem for event planners, with all apologizes to Clement Clarke Moore, author of “Twas the Night Before Christmas”.
Note: This post contains copious amounts of F-bombs, so if you are easily offended, STOP READING NOW and maybe grow a thicker skin; it will also help you in running an event business … or any other business, for that matter. Say this with me … “I don’t give a fuck.” Repeat … “I don’t
It was Michael Swerdloff’s first wedding as a DJ. He was nervous but felt he had prepared sufficiently for his first wedding … or so he thought. “The groom was the older brother of my DJ partner, and the bride was a good friend who previously dated the younger brother,” remembered Swerdloff, now the owner
File this one under “you always get what you pay for … and then some.” A recent East Coast bride was on a very tight budget (as many brides are these days) and, while browsing for vendors on Craig’s List, found a great price on a wedding cake that she just couldn’t pass up. Her
Note: This article is the first in a series of Wedisaster articles brought to you by My Wedding Workbook and My Wedding Workbook Pro on wedding mishaps, blunders, accidents and disasters … and how to avoid these on your big day. Say you’re a groom on his wedding day. You’re standing on the shore of