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Summer is in full swing in most parts of the country… well, except for San Francisco, where it’s currently 62 degrees as I type this post, and outdoor events and event planning are the norm well into September. Over the past few years there’s been a notable increase in outdoor events held in unusual locales such as a vineyards, boats, or golf courses.
With graduation season here, many high school and college seniors are preparing for their moment on the main stage. A graduation ceremony is a significant milestone for all students, worthy of proper recognition and celebration with family and friends. Given that the majority of graduation ceremonies take place in the spring, consider hosting your party outdoors to provide a colorful, natural backdrop for your guests (and it keeps the inside of your home clean!).
Outdoor events are one of the great joys of summer. The memories created at a well-planned outdoor event can last a lifetime. With Independence Day on the horizon, we’d like to offer a few planning tips for your next outdoor event.
As the world progresses toward more environmentally-friendly choices to help reduce energy consumption, light-emitting diodes (LED) have become a popular choice for consumers wanting to replace costly and inefficient incandescent bulbs. When it comes to lighting an event, modular LED lightings are a fantastic choice for lowering electricity bills and saving energy. Plus, its singular look will liven up any event.
Take a design cue from a Seattle trend, and blend different styles to create a custom environment. By Cindy Baldhoff If mixing and matching is your thing, then you're probably going to love trying a little "Seattle style"