https://www.party411events.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/P411-events-logo-nohat.png 0 0 party411events https://www.party411events.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/P411-events-logo-nohat.png party411events2013-03-20 09:02:202021-05-24 15:11:51Sherri Foxman’s Dirty Little Secret Websites for DIY Party Planning
Sherri Foxman’s Dirty Little Secret Websites for DIY Party Planning
Here are some websites that are the world’s best kept secrets…(besides party411events.com and party411.com, of course!)… Special Events/Private & Corporate
- Special Event Magazine—OMG, I love this magazine (specialevents.com). Check it out for the latest and newest of what ‘s going on. From photos of award-winning table settings to food ideas and entertainment, this is a site that will get your juices flowing.
- Catersource Magazine—great ideas for food, tablesettings and more.
- Event Solutions Magazine—another great resource (event-solutions.com). Photos from hottest parties, menus from the likes of Wolfgang Puck…
- Floral Design Magazine—if you need ideas for your florist and/or client (not that Cleveland doesn’t have some of the most talented in the country), this magazine is a great resource (floraldesignmagazine.com).
- BizBash—tools, photos, vendors, references, sources and the hottest items on the market (bizbash.com).
- Go Fund Me—This site has a way to list your fundraiser and raise $ online. However, look a little further, and you’ll see what other organizations are doing to raise money.
- Sign Up Genius—another great way to collect money and volunteers, etc. Again, read between the lines for great ideas. (signupgenius.com/nonprofit/50-creative-and-easy-fundraising-ideas).
- Razoo —this site lists events and what they have raised divided by cause (razoo.com/p/fundraising-ideas).
- WriteExpress—not sure how to write a solicitation letter for your event, silent auction or ad book? Here’s how (writeexpress.com/fundraising.htm).
- npEngage—how to fundraise using social media. There are a plethora of sites, but this is concise and gives you some insight (npengage.com/event-fundraising/the-real-roi-fundraising-with-social-media/)
- Mitzvah Market (mitzvahmarket.com)—I know these girls and they are great. These are fabulous ideas (no matter what the event). Check it out and you will be inspired. They have a newsletter—sign up.
- Mitzvahlicious—another great site with great ideas. A current blog post is about place cards made out of matza (matzah, matzoh–however). I swear!
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