What Makes A Wedding Ballroom The Perfect Space For Your Nuptials?

Wedding planning entails making a multitude of decisions. But one aspect that most people can agree if the most crucial is the selection of an appropriate wedding venue. The mistake couples make is to assume the best way to make the most of their day is to have separate venues for their wedding ceremony and subsequent reception, as they think this will keep guests enthralled. The reality, though, is choosing multiple venues often complicates your logistics further. [Read More]

Small Private Event Venue Ideas For Weddings

If you're planning a small wedding and inviting just close friends and loved ones, consider renting an intimate venue to celebrate in. Not only will a smaller-scale location most likely cost less, it will give you and your guests a chance to easily mix and mingle while spending quality time together. Small venues can accommodate anything from 10 to 100 people typically, so double-check your guest list prior to booking. Although you want the space to have a charming feel, party-goers should have enough room to walk around, eat and even dance if you're providing music. [Read More]

How To Create A Bicycle Team-Building Activity

You may want to do something a little different in your company to help build confidence and teamwork among your employees. You may not want to go the traditional route of holding a conference or doing the normal team-building exercises and also want to give back to the community. One great way to get your employees interacting and talking to each other outside of the office while helping your community is to participate in bicycle team-building activities. [Read More]

The Benefits Of Coworking Office Spaces

Coworking spaces have become popular with self-employed individuals and small teams looking for office space. The business model provides a productive and collaborative work environment. If you are looking for office space to work in, here are the key benefits of a coworking office space.  Productive Environment    A home office lacks a structure that can enhance productivity. Typically, you are more likely to get distracted when working from home. For instance, you may find yourself constantly engaging in house chores or idling when you should be working. [Read More]