Category: Event Planning

  • 4 Venues for International Events

    If you have the budget of your dreams to plan your next event, you might want to take your group outside of the United States for your future gathering. Maybe you already live outside of the States and this would be local to you. Regardless, we are here to provide some inspiration for a unique […]

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  • How to Throw an After-Party

    Have you ever heard the saying, “You don’t have to go home but you can’t stay here?” Well, this is why after-parties were invented. For your guests that want to keep the party going long after the end time of the event, an after-party is a great solution. It is typically more casual than your […]

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  • 7 EventUp Venues for Huge Summer Parties

    When I think of a summer party, I picture gathering outside, lots of people mingling, fun interactive games, and really just letting loose and enjoying the warmer weather. Here are seven EventUp venues that are perfect to rent in order to throw the perfect summer party with all of your friends and family in attendance.  […]

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  • Post-Pandemic Food and Beverage Trends for Catering and Events

    As in-person events continue to make the comeback that we have been seeing over the past few weeks, planners, venues, and caterers are looking to the latest food and beverage trends in this new stage of event planning. This time last year, restaurants were pushing takeout packages and kits as most restaurants had to close […]

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Tripleseat’s BEOs

    Tripleseat is here to help your restaurant, hotel, or unique venue with every part of the event management process. That means from the beginning with the Tripleseat lead form, the middle with Tripleseat’s digital Banquet Event Orders — BEOs — and client communication, and the end with billing and payment processing. We know that your […]

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  • Two Chicks Three Seats Episode 39: Minimonies vs. Microweddings, Events at the National Arboretum, and 2021 Weddings and Trends

    Weddings have certainly evolved throughout the pandemic and some couples have chosen to switch their large wedding plans to a smaller wedding that could take place within the COVID-19 safety guidelines. That means that wedding planners and wedding venues have also evolved by creating new packages for clients that offer a more intimate experience, like […]

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  • Social Hour: Strategies for Reopening

    As of this week, 29 states have reopened restaurants with varying amounts of dine-in service and more will join the list in the coming weeks. Hospitality professionals are navigating new norms around social distancing, sanitation standards, updating contract clauses, developing new sales strategies, restructuring event packages, and more. We spoke to event managers during our […]

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  • How to Update Your Venue’s Event Contracts Post-Lockdown

    If the coronavirus pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that nothing is impossible, and we need to be ready for whatever the world throws at us. This is true in many aspects of our lives but is especially true when it comes to running businesses. The events industry has been hit hard with calls to […]

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