When I think mini golf, childhood summer days are the first thing to come to mind. However, after visiting the Walker on the Green: Artist-Designed Mini Golf course, I've been shown that mini golf can transition into a new, adult-friendly option for the entertainment and décor of your next event. The Minneapolis Walker Art Museum invites you to relive summer vacation.
From wagon wheels to Mason jars, rustic-vintage is one of the latest trends for renting event furniture.
"Things have moved to such a natural look from pulling in burlap and vintage pieces to bench seating in different areas," says Rhonda DuCharme, sales manager at Midway Party Rental in Minneapolis. "The rustic-inspired theme has been popular throughout corporate events."
Here’s what to look for when planning your next rustic inspired event:
I’ve been reading Leaders Eat Last, a book about leadership by the motivational speaker Simon Sinek. His book explores, as the subtitle puts it, "why some teams pull together and others don’t." Sinek quotes a lot of biology and anthropology to support his thesis: when companies prioritize the care of human beings, and put people before numbers, they thrive.
FROM PEONIES TO ROSES, there’s nothing like a bunch of flowers to enliven an event. Celebrate spring’s arrival with brightly colored flowers from one of these three Twin Cities floral shops.
Spruce Flowers and Home
To create a floral masterpiece for a customer, owner Amy Backman sits down with each client to dig in and really figure out what they’re looking for. "We like to customize," says Backman. "We don’t have a cookie-cutter design template. We love collaborating."
Take your event back in time with these old-school Minnesota options.
One of my favorite places in California is the Central Coast. I don’t get there nearly enough, so I was delighted when a copy of a just-published cookbook, "The New Wine Country Cookbook: Recipes from California's Central Coast," arrived in the mail today.