Aside from the usual drinks like champagne, wine, and beer though, many couples opt for cocktails, even at the reception. Cocktails have come back into favour and, just like Prosecco, they’re often more popular with guests, and more cost-effective for the hosts, so they really are a win/win.
Over the past two decades we’ve seen a lot of changes in the world. We’ve also been through a lot of changes ourselves. Like any industry, ours has moved on, and the way we do business has changed dramatically since we started out.
Getting married isn’t a cheap exercise. Even the simplest of weddings can turn out to be one of the largest spends you ever make. Although marriage is worth celebrating and we recommend that you enjoy it (it’s likely to be the biggest party you’ll ever host) it can involve some tough decisions.
Spending all that cash on an event has led to some not wanting to get married at all and others deciding to drop the traditional wedding present list for a donation towards the party.
Hotels as venues remain great options, but they’re not for everyone – particularly if you’re on a tight budget
Running an event, or working at one, is exciting but exhausting at times. There’s so much you need to think about and do.
With the constant logistical background noise and potential issues around every corner, you need to work with the best people and kit to make sure all goes as smoothly as possible.
We wanted to implant a little bright idea for you this week. This tip comes from a groundsman on site last weekend who gave us a lightbulb moment (after frustrating us a little). His pearl of wisdom is one that everyone working on site at events should know about.