Reduce Costs, Not Quality

Every corporate event organizer is on a budget. Yet, when some hear ‘budget’ they instinctively consider the least costly options available, even if those options […]
 

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Allison Transmission at Indiana State Museum

Allison Transmission recently hosted an event at the Indiana State Museum in the Frank and Judy O’Bannon Great Hall, giving us a great example of […]
 

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Toyota Forklift 50th Anniversary

Being part of well-known company’s anniversary celebrations are always an exciting event for us. We enjoy the opportunity to be part of such a meaningful […]
 

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Maggie + Dan, Montage Wedding

Under the clear glass covering of the Chardonnay Room, Maggie & Dan exchanged their vows before friends and family, while dodging a few raindrops that […]
 

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Dana + Jeff

Dana & Jeff’s moody May wedding at Eiteljorg Museum was picture perfection. We love the beautiful colors and details captured by their photographer, Kelly Marcelo. […]
 

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5 Reasons to Host Your Event at a Museum

Selecting your event venue should be one of the first planning items on any event checklist. Not only do event venues tend to book up […]
 

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Understanding Vendor Contracts

Every time a vendor is hired for an event the agreement should always be in writing. Until a contract is signed and a deposit is […]
 

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Do You Feed Vendors?

They’re responsible for making your wedding day a success, so it’s important to know how to properly handle any of your vendors’ needs. This often […]
 

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6 Things Vendors Love

A trusted team of event professionals is a major component for an event’s success. They are the ones that will be at your event, often […]
 

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Special Event Insurance

A special event can take a significant amount of time and money to plan – coordinating vendors, selecting the menu, securing the venue and so […]
 

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