Arrive In Style

July 21, 2016. Category: corporate, event, Transportation, weddings

We all know about Uber but have you heard about  UberEVENTS?  UberEVENTS is an option that allows event organizers and party planners alike to purchase rides for guests, and only pay for what they use. Guests will only have to enter the code under the Promotions section of the Uber app to hail a ride.

Now, everyone can have a great time and your guests can safely get to and from without any fuss! See more on this great service below.

uberevents-lede1. Customize your guest passes per event by setting a maximum value for each ride and the number of rides you’d like each guest pass to be valid fo

2. Share your purchased guest passes with the attendees of your event

3. Guests can easily activate their guest pass by entering their unique code under the “Promotions” section of the Uber app before requesting their ride

4. Check out their Frequently Asked Questions for more information

5. Purchase guests passes for your next Event Here!

uber-events-details

share this post:
  • leave your comment

Comments are closed.

bites, bubbly & bidding for a great cause!

May 10, 2016. Category: charity, event, planning, weddings
  • leave your comment

Comments are closed.

Super Sunday without the Super Stress

February 04, 2016. Category: catering, cooking, details, diy, event, how to, uncategorized

With a die-hard Denver Broncos fan on our team in Cindy, we couldn’t let the Super Bowl Sunday go by without a blog post. We have pulled together a few of our favorite Super Bowl entertaining tips and put together a cute downloadable version of Cindy’s favorite Super Bowl predictions game for you to print out and play with your friends. So get cooking, drink up and Go Broncos!

(This post may or may not have been written by aforementioned die-hard Broncos fan)

These adorable and easy to make cutlery cans (see instructions here) are the perfect way to add a little football flare to your Super Spread.

SuperBowlFlatwareHolder

Aimee’s go to Super Bowl snack is the Barefoot Contessa’s caramelized onion dip (here). And who could forget the drinks! Consider calling in tired on Monday morning and making a crowd favorite Beer-Rita (here).

BeerRitas_ADominickEvents

Don’t forget to have activities for those that may not be the biggest football fans. Fun activities like our downloadable predictions game (click here to download printable version) are the perfect way to engage those there for the pigs in a blanket and not the pigskins.

SuperBowl_DownloadableQuiz_ADominickEvents

share this post:
  • leave your comment

Comments are closed.

Hashtag Wedding, Hashtag couple

January 29, 2016. Category: event, how to, printed materials

We love a wedding hashtag to track your friend’s photos of your wedding in real time (or look at on your honeymoon with a Mai Tai in your hand). But what should your hashtag be?

ajp-131Photo by Abby Jiu Photography | Sign by Cheree Berry Paper

Here are a few tips:

  1. Keep it simple. A hashtag that is too long will lead to inaccurate posts.
  2. Consider your location.  Incorporating the city or state where are you getting hitched is a great idea.
  3. Be fun!  Your hashtag sets the tone for your party, so don’t be afraid to be silly or make fun of yourself a bit
  4. Check to see if it has been used. You may not be the first to think of your hashtag, so be sure there are no inappropriate grammars using your potential tag.  After all, you mom is on Instagram by now and will be looking!
  5. If you are really stumped, try out a hashtag generator. Wedding Hashtag Wall is a good way to start.
  6. Finally, don’t forget to tell your guests about your hashtag, we love the hashtag on signs and cocktail napkins.

 

share this post:
  • leave your comment

Comments are closed.

Best of Washington

July 08, 2014. Category: corporate, event

We are delighted to be working with The Washingtonian Magazine once again this year to bring the Best of Washington Party to life.  Come enjoy food and cocktails at the National Building Museum to celebrate Washington’s 75 best restaurants.

To purchase tickets, please visit Washingtonian.com

But don’t wait!  This one always sells out.

share this post:
  • leave your comment

Comments are closed.

page 1 out of 3

Archives

> <