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California Woman Turns Canceled Wedding Into Cancer Fundraiser

California Woman Turns Canceled Wedding Into Cancer Fundraiser

Planning a party, especially a wedding, involves coordinating hundreds of tiny details, from the menu to the decorations and from the invitations to the activities. When you’re hosting a large wedding, many venues require a non-refundable deposit, while things like wedding linen rentals need to be arranged months in advance.

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An Easy-to-Follow Guide to Throwing a Sweet Sixteen Party She’ll Never Forget

An Easy-to-Follow Guide to Throwing a Sweet Sixteen Party She’ll Never Forget

A primarily North American tradition, the Sweet Sixteen is a coming of age party celebrating a girl’s 16th birthday. It has more recently been popularized by the MTV series “My Super Sweet 16,” which ran from 2005 to 2008. The show featured privileged teens with wealthy parents throwing lavish galas and dance party blowouts full of celebrity pop stars showing up for guest performances.

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The 3 Ingredients You Need to Have a Perfect Corporate Event

The 3 Ingredients You Need to Have a Perfect Corporate Event

Planning a party is no easy feat — it involves the careful coordination of hundreds of details, any of which might abruptly change and require spur of the moment resourcefulness. And depending on the type of event, the stakes can be even higher.

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Four Tips to Make Your Next Outdoor Corporate Event A Hit

Four Tips to Make Your Next Outdoor Corporate Event A Hit

After a long winter stuck in the office, summer is finally here, and so are countless opportunities to get the company outside and have a good time in the sunshine. However, visualizing an outdoor corporate event and planning it are two different things.

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Four Tent Decorating Ideas to Make Your Next Party a Hit

Four Tent Decorating Ideas to Make Your Next Party a Hit

Summer is here, and with it comes the season for outdoor parties and gatherings. With all of the warm weather and sunshine, everyone will be planning a backyard party and investing in tent rentals. Getting the tent, table and chair rentals is the easy part. Making sure your party is a hit? Not so much.

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Four Fun Ideas to Make Your Outdoor Wedding a Dream Come True

Four Fun Ideas to Make Your Outdoor Wedding a Dream Come True

You’ve found the dress, the perfect outdoor venue, and the wedding tent rental. All that’s left is to come up with a few fun ideas to make sure your outdoor wedding reception is one to remember.

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3 Unique Parties to to Throw This Summer

3 Unique Parties to to Throw This Summer

As the warm months roll in, the party invitations don’t stop coming. And while that might mean that there’s many a wedding, graduation party, or cookout taking place, it doesn’t mean that you have to have a conventional party that falls in line with the rest. Instead, why not make your summer parties the most unconventional talk of the town yet?

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How to Plan the Perfect 4th of July Party

How to Plan the Perfect 4th of July Party

Before we know it, summer will be in full swing. For those who love to barbeque, this means that the most beloved holiday of all is here: the Fourth of July. This independence day, why not celebrate in style? If you’re looking to have a killer fourth of July bash, read on to discover some handy party planning tips.

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How to Have a Picture Perfect Wedding Without Social Media

How to Have a Picture Perfect Wedding Without Social Media

If you’ve attended any street festivals, weddings, or backyard parties recently, chances are the entire event was closely documented by multiple people, and photo evidence is available on a number of social media sites. But recently, one couple defied the times and had a wedding that was completely unplugged, free of technology and social media, save a wedding photographer.

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What Should You Rent For Your Wedding?

What Should You Rent For Your Wedding?

Your wedding should be your special day — complete with the flowers and photos, friends and family — but it shouldn’t drain your bank account. The average cost of a wedding reception in 2012 was $13,106, so it’s never a bad idea to cut costs where you can. Of all things, your wedding is certainly an event to splurge on, but definitely some areas merit more of your money than others. Party and wedding rentals can help with that.

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