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If you are in the process of planning a corporate event, you are not alone. 18 million events and parties are planned in the United States each year, which makes up $280 billion in spending. This also means you are not alone in your search......

For the majority of Americans, getting married is still considered to be an important rite of passage. And while your wedding day can be the most thrilling of your life, the lead-up to this event can be downright overwhelming. In fact, 50% of women s...

Today’s typical engagement lasts approximately 15 months, but that time spent together as a betrothed couple is nothing compared to the years shared during a marriage. In our cynical world, it’s considered nothing short of miraculous if a...

Any good company knows the importance of hosting events. Different out-of-office occasions give employees and managers the chance to re-engage with the company’s mission. Events can also boost company visibility, foster creative thinking, and h...

Without a doubt, weddings are stressful. Even small weddings require hours of planning and quite a bit of money to coordinate. In fact, 50% of women find planning their wedding to be more stressful than they imagined, and survey respondents reported ...

An astonishing 18 million events and meetings are organized in the U.S. every year, totaling $280 billion in spending. These business gatherings vary as widely as businesses themselves. From small corporate lunch meetings to end-of-year achievement c...

When planning a wedding, it is so easy to get bogged down in every little detail and price tag. That’s partially how weddings have become so expensive and time-consuming. Women often spend around 11 hours or more a week planning their wedding w...

These days, more and more couples are living together before they get married. In fact, three out of four couples will share a home before tying the knot. Some couples move in together to overcome a long-distance separation. However, it is unlikely t...

You’re engaged — congratulations! In many cultures, a person’s faith is heavily entwined in the choices they make about their marriage ceremony. But what if you and your future spouse come from families following different faiths? T...