Simply Golden

by admin on April 21, 2010

Do you remember the Roald Dahl book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? The story of the lucky boy who won a chance at realizing his dreams spawned a sequel and two movie version, one starring Gene Wilder, and the more recent Johnny Depp film. Perhaps you remember the key image involved in his winning moment.

Of course, it was the Golden Ticket.

In the Gene Wilder film, Charlie’s big win results in a big song and dance number, “I’ve Got a Golden Ticket,” and while your ticket sales may not have bedridden senior citizens whooping it up in front of their astonished families, you can still capture that sense of impending excitement with a proper Event Ticket for your every occasion.

In the book, Willy Wonka makes an announcement regarding something the public wants, in this case, a tour of his factory. The event is presented in such a way that the media is involved and the world goes mad, with everyone desperate to obtain a ticket. Have you tried marketing your event in such a way that everyone wants to be there? Have you sent out press releases or taken out advertisements?

Don’t hold the same boring event! Look to our large online gallery for ticket ideas. Research trends to learn what people want to hear, see, and do at your event. Create something that’s new or hip. Think of a great draw. You may not have a chocolate waterfall, but you can still create a magical evening for your guests.

Make your Event Ticket the hottest ticket in town. Create a lovely Event Ticket using a simple ticket template and write your own Golden Ticket.

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Life’s a Beach

by admin on April 7, 2010

Going coastal? Or just assuming the attitude. Either way, April is the perfect time for a last-chance beach party!

Organise the festivities with a beach-themed Event Kit. Sell Event Tickets if you are trying to earn money with your event, or simply to break even with the food. Choose matching Posters to advertise if you’re looking to gather a crowd, or choose customised Invitations to keep the guest list exclusive. Then your Invitations can double as Event Tickets, if your event is to be large enough that you might need help keeping track of who shows up.

Wax down your surfboards and head for the beach for that classic surfing event. Sell more Event Tickets when you choose the perfect inspirational image, in action-packed, high-resolution colour. Or simply sit by the shore and watch the pros cut through the waves as you enjoy the lingering days of autumn. Even inland, you can invoke the majestic beauty of the place where the ocean meets the shore with the right Event Ticket.

Dig your toes in the sand or get your feet wet. Just relax. All your ticket printing needs are covered in one place, so you can organise and advertise your event with minimum hassle and maximum beauty. Wouldn’t you rather be thinking about important things, like how many steaks you’ll need, or what brand of beer your guests would prefer? With hundreds of beautiful ticket template to choose from and an easy customisation and delivery process, you can get your Event Tickets printed and move on.

Keep all your events beautiful with the right ticket!

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Just in Time

by admin on March 17, 2010

Whether you’re a seasoned professional event promoter or a first-time amateur party planner, you’re probably always wishing for more time. It’s the one thing you can’t buy, or beg, or borrow, and when you use it up, that’s it. When you’re out of time, there’s simply no remedy. You must learn to plan your time wisely in advance.

One way to save time when you’ve planning events big or small is to take care of your Event Ticket printing needs online. Not only does online ticket printing save you multiple trips to the printers, the process is faster than you can imagine. You needn’t worry about the printer’s hours; you can order your Event Ticket online at any time of the day or night, whenever it is convenient to you.

Using online ticket templates is a piece of cake. It’s all spelled out for you. Just choose your design and the ticket template tells you what information you should add. Your ticket proof is generated instantly, so you can approve you order in seconds and get on with your life. Your tickets will be printed in about twenty-four hours.

Then, it’s all about how much you’re willing to spend on shipping. With standard shipping, you can have your order in just a few days. For a little extra, expedited shipping will get it there even sooner. So, if you are planning an event, buy yourself a little extra time: print your own Event Tickets online.

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Very Important

by admin on March 13, 2010

Many event organisers feel that a single level of tickets is sufficient for their needs, but then, as their event unfolds, realize that they could have created a more efficient way to keep track of their guests.

VIP Passes are an ideal way to visually identify those with a separate level of authorisation at large events. Larger than Event Tickets, but with matching designs that are difficult to counterfeit, VIP Passes help keep your gatherings secure whenever you need extra assurance.

Use them for:

  • Staff or volunteer identification
  • Backstage passes for bands or roadies
  • Vendor passes for a show area
  • VIP Passes to identify speakers and special guests
  • VIP Passes for those who have paid for extra privileges

In every case, you’ll find that it’s simple to determine who belongs in restricted areas by asking unidentified guests to show their VIP Pass.

Security is very important to you, especially with big events, wherein it is not always possible to recognise every attendee. If you’re already printing your own Event Tickets, why not let a big, colourful VIP Pass help you to track everyone who participates?

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For the Children

by admin on March 10, 2010

If you work in education, or childcare, or even if you simply have your own adorable young ones running about underfoot, you’re well aware that children, at the best of times, can be hard to manage. Add cake, ice cream, and games into the mix and you’ve created a dangerous situation. Childrens’ parties are the delight of children everywhere, but from an adult perspective, they can appear chaotic, loud, and even dangerous.

Inject your organisational skills into the mix when you print your own Event Kits online. A little planning ahead can keep the crowds under control and turn your event into an unqualified success. Invitations are just the start.

Event Tickets for events large and small make kids feel special and help you keep track of who’s attending. Find the perfect design and they make wonderful souvenirs, especially if you upload your own image of the guest of honour right to the ticket template.

Drink Tickets can take on many roles. Use them to keep the queues for food and drink orderly, or hand them out to game winners to be exchanged for prizes at the end of the event. With individual numbering, they can help keep everyone in order so there’s no disagreement about who’s first and who’s next. Big Posters make wonderful decorations, and guests can even take them home afterward.

Start browsing Event Kits and planning your next party for young people today!

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In Living Colour

by admin on January 7, 2010

We tend to take colour for granted.

A hundred years ago, colour printing was a novelty, and the Victorians kept scrapbooks simply to delight in the profusion of tones and hues made possible by various printing processes. Today, we are almost overwhelmed with colour printing, as hundreds of companies attempt to arrest our attention with the spectacle of eye-catching colour.

Colour communicates emotion, and when you choose stunning, full-colour designs, you too can catch your audience’s eye and draw them toward your cause.

  • Red indicates passion, heat, immediacy, and danger. It’s the colour most likely to cause a visceral response in your audience.
  • Orange and Yellow are active colours, which stir the mind and agitate the senses. Use these colours to grab people and shake them into motion.
  • Green is the colour to which the human eye is most sensitive. It’s often indicative of environmental or financial ideas.
  • Blue is a soothing colour, reminiscent of warm waters and cloudless skies. It is the colour of relaxation and communicates a sense of calm.
  • Purple is the colour of royalty, a noble colour. For most of history, it was a difficult, expensive colour to replicate, and thus reminds of us of luxury.

Let the full power of the rainbow guide you as you begin to choose a theme for your event. Print your Event Tickets in bold colour that expresses the true spirit of your organisation.

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Own it!

by admin on November 24, 2009

Customisation: it’s the way to put your own personal stamp on everything you do. And when you’re designing and printing your own Event Tickets, it’s the only way to let the world know what you have to offer!

Every Event Ticket comes complete with its own ticket template, an easy-to-follow guideline to help you lay out your Event Ticket text. Ticket templates ensure that you don’t forget any essential information, but they also let you have your say in print.

Of course, every Event Ticket needs:

  • The name of the event
  • The location
  • The time
  • The price of the ticket

But don’t stop there! Your Event Ticket can hold more details than that. How about:

  • The name of your organisation
  • The names of any sponsors
  • Custom images from your own computer

Whatever details you need to share, whatever message you want to get across, you’ll find a place to add it to your Event Ticket.

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Pride

by admin on November 10, 2009

Australia-Day-Invitation

Take pride in your events.

Whatever the reason, whatever the season, if you’ve gone to the trouble to organise an event, arranged for all the details, and set things in motion, you should be proud! And if you’re proud of your initial steps, why wouldn’t you let that pride shine through in your communication with all your guests?

Your print materials are the front line in sharing information with a crowd.

  • Invitations help you get the details to your mailing list and fan base.
  • Posters and Flyers let you spread the news to a wider group and create new supporters.
  • Event Tickets remind people when and where to attend the big event, even after they’ve made the commitment and purchased their seats.

You’ve got plenty of information to share. Share it beautifully! Whatever you want to say, you’ll look better saying it with full-colour, high-resolution, professional-quality print materials. Printing your own Event Tickets and publicity in the Internet costs less than you think, and your order ships out faster than you can imagine.

When you look good, you feel good, and when you feel good, it’s that much easier to keep your event running smoothly. Don’t settle for second-best. If you take pride in your work, show it with lovely, affordable, high-quality Event Tickets.

Print to impress!

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