Whether it is a corporate event or a holiday party at your home, following several simple guidelines will get you through with minimal hiccups and fewer disasters, while ensuring that your guests have a fabulous time this holiday season.
If you have an event to produce on a tight budget, there are some ways you can reduce the bottom line on your budget without your guests feeling the pinch. By considering these 4 simple takeaways, you can still have an extraordinary event that your guests will love – while keeping your company’s finances in line.
1. Mind the Glass
When serving beer and wine, use smaller glasses and ask your bartenders to go easy on the pour. This will not only cut down your cost on alcohol, but also help to ensure your guests are more clear-headed and consume less alcohol. By filling the glass only half full, you can rest easy that your budget is not half empty! Continue reading
Check out what Luna Park Events (aka Richard Williams) has to say in this article from the Austin American-Statesman!
Luna Park Events is pleased to have produced the wedding of Rosina Castellanos and Wim Puttemans that was backed by the beautiful Laguna Gloria. Photos are up on the Luna Park Events website and we have to send an amazing shout out again to Michael Mallard from Mallardshots Photography for all of the amazing pictures from this wedding.
In this blog I have posted a few pictures so that you can see his incredible work! As always thank you to the wonderful Rosina Castellanos and Wim Puttemans for letting Luna Park Events help produce their beautiful weddingg! Many happy returns to you both and you both are a beautiful couple and wonderful people! We here at Luna Park Events were pleased to work with the following vendors: Michael Mallard from Mallardshots Photography, Pascal’s Catering, Aztec Rentals, Miscellaneous Rentals, Photo House Films and Mark Miller from STRAT KAT DJ. All of you were amazing and a pleasure to work with. Continue reading
Luna Park Events is mentioned and quoted in the latest issue of Passport Magazine “The Number #1 Insider’s Guide to Gay Travel!” We are so happy and honored!
Here is the excerpt from the article:
“Austin has an openness to new ideas,” says Richard L. Williams II, the owner of Luna Park Events, an event-planning company that does everything from LGBT fundraisers like the annual Lovexotic 2011 to fashion events.
If you want to read the whole article please click on this link.
Gay Travel Austin Texas | Business Class | Passport Magazine
For the third consecutive year, Lovexotic: A Benefit for Family by Choice , took place at the Clay Pit, on Saturday, April 9, 2011 | 8 – 11 PM
Lovexotic 2011 featured sparkling wine, spirits, signature hors-doeuvres and music from a vibrant mix of cultures; each with a wealth of artistic heritages and food traditions steeped in creativity and mystery.
Guests were treated to a flight across the globe and savored the distinct flavors offered in three different lounges, featuring region-specific wines and spirits; food creations by Austin celebrity chefs; and signature cocktails from Austin mixologists.
Luna Park Events was asked to be part of the Austin360 blog “Like A Local”, a blog that bring recommendations from notable Austinites on what people visiting Austin just got to check out — from insider tips on where to catch the best live music to where to find the best Tex-Mex.
Austin360.COM | “Like A Local”
Richard Williams, Moxy Castro and Lonny Stern visit OutCast to tell about LOVEXOTIC, a celebration of world cultures benefiting Family by Choice.
Listen to the interview here.