It seems like almost everyone has Facebook now. Whether youâ€™re arranging a party, wedding or other get together, Facebook event pages are great to use. The pages can be invite-only or open to anyone whoâ€™d like to come.Â Theyâ€™re a great place to dole out details and make plans with other attendees. They also send reminders so you donâ€™t have to. No matter what youâ€™re planning, donâ€™t forget the Facebook page!
A lot of couples are straying from tradition and putting a spin on their special day. Making your wedding unique doesn’t have to mean wearing a bright pink dress – focus on the dessert. Three-tiered, white cakes aren’t all they’re cracked up to be anymore. Try cupcakes, a sugar-filled buffet, or cake pops. If these are too extreme, try a cake that’s coloured to fit your theme covered in the traditional white fondant.
Whether you’re looking to host a gallery opening or a fine dining experience, lighting is key. It sets the mood and can be used to enhance a theme. Try strings of tiny lights to mimic a night sky, strings of lights draped from the ceiling instead of fabric or dimmed spotlights on each table instead of centerpieces.