A rainy day won’t negatively impact this reception thanks to this beautiful tent. Guests had a wonderful time full of food and dancing while being able to stay dry and still celebrate with the newlyweds!
A gorgeous sunset highlighting a stunning Sailcloth Tent – breathtaking! This wedding for 250 guests was hosted under a 51×111 Sailcloth Tent at a farm in Ipswich, MA. As day turned to night, the tent was illuminated with café lights strung through the tent. Guests danced the night away on our wood dancefloor.
Location: Ipswich, MA
What better way to compliment our rustic farm tables and cross back chairs than to pair them with the always amazing Barn at Flanagan Farm in Buxton, ME?! The warm gold touches from our brushed gold flatware and gold rim dishware went perfectly with this couples fall wedding. We just love the way they used our chestnut benches for their ceremony!
Rentals: chestnut benches, dark wood farm tables, walnut crossback chairs, brushed gold flatware, gold rim dishware, prima glassware.
When you’re starting to jot down the names of people you want to be part of your wedding day, you may have a whole category of people you’re scratching your head over, wondering if you should extend them an invite. Whether it’s a person you haven’t spoken to in more years than you can remember or a person that has a bad reputation for making a party all about them, for the very wrong reasons, it’s important to pick and choose the people you surround yourself with on your big day very, very carefully. For starters, here are the 5 kinds of people it’s more than OK to leave off your wedding guest list. Continue reading
By Kate Wood
Weddings aren’t just spring and summer affairs these days. More and more couples are opting to marry during what used to be the “off season” for nuptials, and why not? The romantic ambience of a snowy landscape, the relative lack of competition for vendors and sites — there’s lots to love about having a winter wedding. Read on for some of our tips on how to make yours memorable.
Don’t: Be Afraid to Experiment With Color Continue reading
Couples were asked what they learned about each other after their first year of marriage. Below are the answers to some interesting questions. We would like to hear from you about your first year observations so let us know below.
YOU’LL FEEL MORTGAGE AND/OR KIDS PRESSURE.
Cydney, 28, says, “I was well aware of the pressure to have children after marriage, but for me, the next big pressure is buying a house. And in an expensive real estate market like Washington, D.C., it’s hard to get friends and family back home in the Midwest to understand why I’m nearly 30 and still renting. My parents ask me weekly how my house hunting is doing.”
After reading these stories a root canal sounds like a great idea instead of attending these 6 weddings. Every once in a while we like to examine the “dark side” of weddings if nothing else they bring a smile to our faces and thank our lucky stars that it didn’t happen to us. Loverly.com has a lot of these types of stories that we post from time to time. So if you like this one feel free to follow the link and read some more. Do you have a similar story? We would love to hear it. Let us know and we will add it in a future post. Continue reading
I had the pleasure reading is amazing story the other day. It came to me as a recommendation of the writing skills of the author Nicole Baute. The recommendation was from another author, a client of mine for many years. He had said to me “when you read this author’s work you are transformed by the words to the places and events she writes about”. As a bestselling author I listen, he knows good writing when he reads it and this article is no exception. Be sure to read the whole article the ending is unbelievable! Continue reading
In May 2010, I made the largest career change since I started Exeter Rent-All in 1986. I have always been on the marketing side of our company. “Sell, create, close the deal, and create a new product or new market”
I loved what I was doing, I love to sell!
I was CEO of the company and spent 90% of my time selling and a minimal amount of time on operations. Selling to me was where the action is.
Well heaven became hell. We were hitting the wall and I had to make a change in my career. We were heading down a negative production spiral to failure. Our production department was not developing in an acceptable fashion. We were servicing a more discriminating buyer. We were turning more transactions. We were running into cost overruns, slow turnaround times and bloated labor costs. Our product was not being maintained, cleaned, stored or shipped the way I wanted.
What is crazy is that new sales still were growing even in a recession.
I knew for years what I should do but either did not have the guts or I wanted to do what I liked best rather than what the business needed most.
I did the about face in my career on May 4 2010. I did not plan to do it that day but was forced to. An emergency forced my hand. I took my computer, moved two miles down the street to my warehouse facility. My daughter Ashley took over running the Party Sales department and all other operations at the main office.
It is now three month since the move. The transition has not been seamless. Sparing detail I have bullet pointed the early results
The real reason I did not do this earlier is I did not want to get out of my comfort zone. A lack of guts on my part?
The major regret I have is that I didn’t do it sooner.