We are fortunate to have had a busy three months full of exciting events — from galas and celebrations to corporate and social events. You can imagine the amount of to-do lists and meetings we’ve gone through! But at the end of every to-do list there was a reward: a successful event!
If you’ve ever planned an event, whether a dinner party or a gala, you know that things rarely go exactly as planned. After all, there are so many things we can’t control—the weather, for example, or a difficult guest. All we can do is prepare, anticipate, and learn from our mistakes. Here are a few common pitfalls, and our suggestions for avoiding them.
At a time of year that is full of traditions, it can be hard to keep your festivities interesting and fun for all members of the family. It’s important to keep it current, yet still savor that nostalgic feeling during the holidays. Well, we’ve got your solution: punch! Just like all good antiquities, your favorite party drink is making a comeback.
Thanksgiving is almost here, which means the holiday season is just around the corner! It’s time to bring out the candles and mulling spices and give your everyday routine that special holiday twist. From drinks to décor, clothing to sweets, it’s time to get festive!
Many studies, such those described by Dr. Jim Taylor here, say that multitasking is less productive than people like to believe. This is because it is impossible for the human brain to preform two similar activities at the same time (such as talking on the phone and writing an email). When most people think they are multitasking, they are, in fact, serial tasking: going from one task to another.
With Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the winter holidays quickly approaching, a common topic is décor. What is the best way to incorporate your theme without breaking your own style or budget? Here are some simple tips that can improve your décor from birthday parties to holiday get-togethers.
It all began with friends and family nominating each other to do silly, random challenges, if they did not wish to complete the challenge they were requested to donate to a charity of their choice. Then a local man from Yonkers, NY challenged his nominees to dump ice water over their head or donated to ALS – and it stuck!
Everyone loves good food; being able to enjoy delicious treats while amongst good company is essential to any successful event. We are big foodies here at Cappa Crucy; we have daily lunch count downs and look forward to the occasional celebratory lunches. Bottom line: we take food seriously.
Many studies, such those described by Dr. Jim Taylor here, say that multitasking is less productive than people like to believe. This is because it is impossible for the human brain to preform two similar activities at the same time (such as talking on the phone and writing an email). When most people think they are multitasking, they are, in fact, serial tasking: going from one task to another.Read More