Tag: events

Tips For Easy Entertaining

Entertaining is an art. When done with care, celebrations bring people together and create memories that are shared for a lifetime. A bride and groom’s first dance to the song that defines their romance, wine glasses clinging, enticing, redolent fragrances filling the air—those moments, those experiences take people from their everyday lives and transports them to enchanting venues that seduce the senses through beauty that stuns the eyes, toe-tapping music th... Continue reading »

Handling Cancelled Events

Cancelled Events: Are they really the end of the world? That's the topic Taylor'd Events is here to discuss with us today as a contributor to the AllSeated blog. Just the thought of cancelling an event that you’ve put so much effort into can send a shiver down your spine and set your anxiety into overdrive. But, is it really so bad? As a vendor, you put in hard work and time to the design and production of it, but at the end of the day, engaged couples break u... Continue reading »

Top 5 Ways To Simplify Your Event

  Kaleb Craft, Chief Sales Officer at Culinary Crafts is here today as a contributor to the AllSeated blog to share the top 5 ways to simplify planning your event. Thanks Kaleb! Planning a large event can be one of the more stressful experiences of your life! But, it can also be quite enjoyable if you do it the right way. Planning doesn't depend on your personality as much as it depends on your approach to event planning. Event industry professionals aren... Continue reading »

What You Need To Know Before Hiring A Caterer

  We are thrilled to have our close friend, AllSeated Advisory Board member, and co-founder of Feastivities Events, Meryl Snow, here to today to talk to us about 7 facts to know before hiring a caterer. Thanks Meryl!! 1. Fresh doesn’t always mean fresh Couples today are food savvy. They dine out regularly at chic bistros and BYOBs rather than settling for the local chain restaurant. Fresh food, creative menus and plate presentation are important to th... Continue reading »

How To Integrate Social Media Into Your Events

  Social media has become a standard addition for all types of events; from weddings and fundraisers to trade shows, Sweet Sixteens and even food festivals! Every post on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and other platforms as well generate data that both marketers and planners can use to better understand and improve their attendee experience. Check out these four ways to easily integrate social media into your next event! Branded Hashtag: The social media w... Continue reading »

April Happenings: New York Events

  April showers may bring May flowers but in AllSeated's case, April brings about a packed season of events! We are as busy as ever and love to educate just as much as we enjoy having a good time. We have lots of exciting events on our calendar for the next few months and hope that you will be able to join us. Here's a sneak peak at what we have going on in New York during the month of April: AllSeated & Vibe: On April 18, AllSeated welcomes you... Continue reading »

Sandy’s Event Travels: Coast to Coast

Sandy Hammer, AllSeated’s Co-Founder  & CMO has been quite busy traveling to events from coast to coast. We thought it would be fun to take a peak at some of her latest event experiences shared with us in her own words: I arrived in Napa Valley to attend the Oh So Inspired event (at Ramekins) run by three fabulous ladies, Nancy, Mary and Kelley (who just so happens to be one of AllSeated’s first ever users!). It was raining when I arrived but the hospita... Continue reading »

Easy Ways to Incorporate The Holiday Season into Your Event

With the holiday season in full swing, you may be looking to incorporate the festive spirit into your upcoming event or even at your wedding. It's not too late to bring the holiday feeling to life through your party with these simple yet seasonal ideas: Through Food: Serve everyone's winter and holiday season favorites throughout your affair! Think warm egg nog, apple cider, mini bowls of chili and potato pancakes (with applesauce!) during the cocktail hour and/... Continue reading »