3d rendering of chevron style seating

Need an attractive floor plan that gives attendees and speakers maximum visibility while making the most of any space? Then consider chevron style seating for events. Also known as “V” seats, this formation is known to bring more harmony to groups, much like its inverted counterpart in the natural world that geese fly in. Keep…

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3d rendering of cabaret style seating

Cabaret style seating is used for events such as presentations, galas, award shows, dinners, and even training seminars. Chances are you’ve been to — or planned — an event that used this type of seating. But what is it, exactly? Keep reading to discover the pros, cons, and best practices of cabaret style seating. Then,…

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rendering of a wedding aisle

Whether you plan to host a ceremony or reception outdoors, creating the right wedding tent layout is key to helping everything run smoothly. Create the right atmosphere, sort out logistics, and maximize space by following the suggestions listed throughout this post. Then, learn more about how to create a wedding tent layout for your unique…

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Banquet table setup diagrams run the gamut from the tried-and-true to something new under the sun.  It’s obvious why hoisting diners and their dinners into the sky is not the most common banquet setup option, but what makes the tried-and-true setups such classics? How can you set up a reception, party, or celebration in a…

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digital drawing of event planning notebook

The most common types of special event lighting include Lekos, PAR, LEDs, and Gobos. But whether or not you’ve worked with them at other events before, there are lots of other special event lighting design ideas you can use to spice things up. Here are some tips you can use at virtually any event you…

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Whether you’re designing an anniversary party color scheme, fine-tuning sophisticated wedding color combinations, or searching for hues to make your events pop, you probably often go by instinct. Some color choices ‘feel’ right for a particular event, while others ‘feel’ wrong.  While your intuition is a valuable starting point, there are other important things to…

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