Micro events are popping up all over the place!


Have you seen a cute grazing table set up on the beach or on the grass at your local park? Β Micro-Mitzvahs, micro-Christmas, micro-weddings, and even simple micro-life-celebrations are emerging.


1. Is this the new normal for the recently hard-hit event industry?

The goal is to replicate the excitement and design of a large-scale event. Today’s event planners require a method for coordinating smaller live events that really engage and impress their clients. We previously discussed the issue of staff shortages, and we believe that this could be a solution.

A table setting for four or more people that includes table runners, charger plates, flatware, glassware, linen, candles, and so much more. Event organisers can select from a variety of table and customise them with details, such as custom place cards, designer florals, cocktail kits, and keepsake gifts for their guests.


2. We saw how quickly our routine could be disrupted.

Today people desire not only greater intimacy, but also unforgettable, immersive sensory experiences in which they can be completely present and inhale every moment.

This year will also be known as the “Year of Experiential Catering” Where clients will immerse themselves in an interactive catering station, for a more intimate experience. Consider a pasta station where guests can watch chefs prepare the pasta and toss it in a cheese bowl before serving.

Alternatively, a salad or pizza station where guests can create their own toppings before baking them in a hot wood fire oven.


3. This new trend is most likely here to stay.

These small, intimate gatherings will provide elegant, eclectic, and effortless entertainment that will captivate guests long after safety precautions have been removed.

Whatever your preferences are, you can always count on The Clifford Wallace Agency to provide you with the best quality of service, ensuring your next event is the epitome of intimacy.

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