One of the exciting things about the changing seasons is the opportunity to express your creativity in different ways throughout the year. Whether this is with new clothing, interior and exterior decor, or in your event design there are a variety of ways to make every season special in its own way.
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Everyone is feeling some level of stress, and people are more aware of their mental health than ever before. Heightened stress levels, restlessness, and other mental health issues have been brewing for a long time, but the pandemic and civil unrest of recent years have brought these issues to the forefront.
With all the elements you have to think about when you’re planning an event, sometimes it’s easy to overlook lighting — or at least to take it for granted. But you should give careful consideration to lighting choices. Lighting has its obvious pragmatic applications, but it also gives you plenty of ways to innovate and wow your attendees.
Work culture has changed over the past couple of years. With the growth of a robust work from home movement, many employees are used to having the comfort of home at their fingertips. Even team members who divide their time between office work and remote work appreciate the comfortable seating, a kitchen nearby, and the more relaxed atmosphere that working from home brings.
Picture an event tent, church, or barn against a landscape of gently falling snow. The quiet of the snowy landscape outside is broken by laughter and conversation. Suddenly, the music begins, and everyone stands up and turns their heads to see a bride walking down the aisle. There’s nothing quite as magical as a winter wedding for dramatic backdrops and warm, cherished memories.