The Right Conditions For Miami Projector Rentals

Posted by on Jun 25, 2013 in Entertainment | 0 comments

Miami projector rentals can turn an ordinary business conference into an extraordinary success or make TV night feel like a trip to the cinema. Even in this age of 55-inch plasma screen televisions, a projector stands out by adding a real movie theatre quality to your viewing. Before you book those Miami projector rentals, however, keep in mind that not every venue or circumstance will benefit from this particular mode of presentation. Here are some things to consider first:

Space – If you plan on having your showing in a tiny spare room or crowded office, a projector won’t really do much for you. These machines need to sit or stand a good six feet back from the screen of wall surface to create a wall-sized image. If you can’t achieve that kind of distance, the image it produces will be not larger than that of an ordinary TV screen, and it may be impossible to focus as well.

Light control – Projector images look great in the dark but wash out into near-invisibility at the merest hint of ambient light. Make sure you can achieve and maintain total darkness in your viewing room before renting that projector.

Sound – Today’s projectors typically do not have speakers; they simply throw an image. You will need to have an audio system and speakers connected to your video player while feeding the visual signal to the projector, otherwise you’ll get sight without sound.

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Renting An Event Facility In Fort Bragg Made Wedding Planning So Much Easier!

Posted by on Jun 13, 2013 in Entertainment | 0 comments

Renting an event facility in Fort Bragg was so great! The entire time I was engaged I was worried about where we were going to have our wedding and reception, and how we could possibly find a place that could accommodate our large wedding party.

Our Fort Bragg event facility was the exact wedding venue we were looking for. We both have a really large extended family, and a large circle of friends, so we knew we were going to need a very large space. We wanted to have a luncheon, and dance party type reception afterwards. The venue was set up for anything we could possibly want and more. There was a nice big open room, plenty of tables, chairs, linens, and staff available to help. They really made it much easier than I ever thought it would be.

After renting a wedding venue, I am definitely going to consider event facilities like this for any future events we may put together. We do a lot of large family parties, fun themed parties with out friends, and even concerts. It’s nice to know there are venues like this available and that they are so easy to rent, and accommodating to our needs.

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Live Event Painting Is Exceptional

Posted by on Jun 11, 2013 in Entertainment | 0 comments

We recently bought a tiny table and four chairs for our little girl. It all came about when my mother bought her a dainty little tea set. She loves to have tea parties with her little teddy bear, her Raggedy Ann doll and her elephant. Even though these are only toys, they are some of her best friends! The other day I set the table and chairs outside because it was such a beautiful day. She went out there with her little “friends” and had a lovely little picnic with her tea set. She even took animal crackers outside with her, and she put flowers in a jar. She said, “I want my table to look like ours does when Grandma and Grandpa come over.” I didn’t visualize that setting in a live event painting until later.

While she was deep in conversation with her teddy bear, her elephant and her Raggedy Ann doll, I took some pictures that turned out to be quite impressive. When I showed them to my husband, he’s the one that came up with having them made into a live event painting. We found an artist that would do the job for us, and now that magnificent painting is framed and hanging in our living room. I love that we’ll be able to keep that memory forever!

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How To Produce A Funny Best Man Speech

Posted by on Jun 10, 2013 in Entertainment | 0 comments

The tradition of writing a funny best man speech for modern weddings is fairly new. The wedding tradition of a best man speaking has evolved from respectful well wishing to pithy toasting of the happy couple and in particular the groom. The risk of taking well meaning jabs and over-reaching to tasteless mockery is the tricky fine line that all too often gets crossed.

The goal of a funny best man speech should be to humanize the groom. The best man should highlight that which is best in the groom’s character, without berating or demolishing the groom’s image. In other words, the best man should share the embarrassment with the groom, not place himself in a more positive light.

One approach is for the best man to assume a mutually self-deprecating role along side the groom. A story of a time when tom-foolery lead to a sticky situation when the best man and groom found themselves in an embarrassing or hostile situation, only to emerge through the ordeal by virtue of their loyalty and camaraderie is a good foundation.

Another approach is for the best man to take the burden of self-deprecation wholly on himself. A classic comedy set up is to have a two-man team where one plays the straight-man and the other plays the fool, such as an Abbot and Costello routine. The best man would then bring out what’s best in the groom’s character by describing the groom’s virtues complementing the best mans vices.

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Violin Rentals In Naperville

Posted by on Jun 7, 2013 in Entertainment | 0 comments

We have three daughters, ages four, seven and twelve. Each of our girls loves music, and each wanted to play the violin. Purchasing violins for three young girls was not an investment we were ready or willing to make. Our solution to the problem was violin rentals in Naperville.

We want to encourage our girls to go after their dreams and goals, but we also realize that those could change from one day to the next. Each daughter would also need a different size of violin, and that would continue to change until she reached a mature age. We felt that renting the violins would be best. We wouldn’t have to worry about costly purchases, damaging brand new instruments, or if one or more of our girls decided that playing the violin wasn’t their cup of tea.

Our girls have been taking violin lessons for a year now. The two older girls wish to continue and our youngest is ready to take a break; fortunately we can just return the violin without feeling any pressure. We will continue to rent violins for the girls until they are fully grown and committed to the study of the violin.

Violin rentals in Naperville was the solution for our family.

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