Sneak Peek!

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Corinthian Events - Boston Event Planning News

We are busily gearing up for a hectic fall filled with lots of great programs over here at 109 Kingston Street.  And we’re giving you the first look at some of the exciting floral arrangements we have in store for some of our clients!

After three sticky months of summer, these gorgeous arrangements make us ready for the hues of autumn, and maybe even a sweater!

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Tip: Personalize Your Event

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

Ideas and Suggestions by the Corinthian Events Team

There are lots of ways to make an event memorable – a great band, a powerful keynote speaker, outstanding decor, an idyllic venue or inventive food.  We find consistently, time after time, guests remember the unique details of an event, not mundane pieces that every event happens to have.  One way to keep your guests engaged while at the occasion, as well as following the event, is with customized items.  Whether a signature cocktail to reinforce the evenings theme or monogrammed flip flops so guests dance all night long (as seen above), a water bottle with a custom label or a themed giveaway such as a logo adorned beach chair, at the company summer outing, all of these personalized touches are not just a great marketing opportunity but these unique details are guaranteed to make the event stand out to your guests.


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Back Bay Gem: Avila

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Ideas and Suggestions by the Corinthian Events Team

Look at that dessert – yum!  In keeping with the CE “Restaurant Week” Vic ventured to Avila for to make sure it was up to snuff for our fabulous clients!

The food is wonderful! Everything is so flavorful and delicious and they have a HUGE wine list that allows them to find the perfect pairing for any dish. Our waitress was super friendly and attentive (but not in an overbearing or annoying way) and she made great recommendations. The restaurant itself manages to feel intimate despite the floor to ceiling windows revealing the super busy intersection right outside (eek!). The bar or banquette seating in the far corner would be a great place to grab a quick bite after work. There is also bar-style seating in front of the open kitchen where you can enjoy watching your meal come together. There is not a single thing that we ate that I wouldn’t recommend and I can’t wait to go back and try everything else! If you’re looking for a tasty and satisfying meal without the fuss and grandeur of some of Boston’s other high-end restaurants, Avila is the place to try!

That certainly makes the rest of us want to try it out!

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