BTS Event Management was so fortunate to plan the New Years Eve party of the decade! We created a party favor table filled with new years eve props arranged creatively, which was a huge hit with the guests. The table consisted of party poppers, hats, glasses, mustaches, new years resolution cards, and an digital countdown to midnight.
This September, BTS Event Management, along with a few other amazing event industry professionals organized an awesome event for WEN. WEN is a wedding networking group that meets once a month and allows people in the wedding and event industry to get to know one another on a more personal level and build relationships. This is important because it takes a large team of talented people to create the wedding of your dreams, so knowing each other’s strengths and talents allows us to collaborate on the highest level. When we designed the event, we wanted to go with a fall theme. In Arizona, the heat doesn’t allow for a whole lot of weddings or events to take place in the summer, but once it starts to cool off, our season begins and we are working at full speed. The WEN event was hosted at the beautiful Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center. We titled the event, Fall Back into the Season. I would like to share some pictures of this evening:)
Soon to be Brides and Grooms are bombarded with many choices that need to be decided upon early in the wedding planning process. Choosing the right colors for your wedding is one of the first big choices a couple must decide on. With so many different colors, not to mention the variation of shades in different colors, this choice may seem to be a bit much! Here are a few guidelines, to help you in the decision making process:
Regardless of the special event you have coming up, whether it be a wedding, corporate event, or personal party, I highly recommend choosing a theme. By choosing a theme the planning and coordination of the event goes much smoother. It allows for a great flow of colors, party favors, food, and music to come together and compliment one another. Follow these easy steps to ensure you’ve covered all your bases: