Christmas 2013

by admin on November 16, 2013

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! We’re speaking, of course, of the Christmas season with its backyard barbecues and beachside brews, friends and family close beside us, the spirit of generosity and kindness guiding our actions. Yuletide is an event that many adults wait for with the same earnest fervency they expressed as children, a magical season packed with exciting events. Between office parties and family gatherings, local celebrations and holidays with friends, there’s always a great deal to do and so many events to choose from.

So, gather around the Christmas tree, or the Christmas bush, if that’s your tradition, and check out some of the highlights of the upcoming season.

Looking for something classic in Victoria? Frankston’s Christmas Festival of Lights 2013 offers all the traditional trimmings: a North Pole themed children’s activity center, n opportunity to talk to Santa Claus himself, and, of course, the festive lighting of the tree, followed by the festive exploding of the fireworks.

Perhaps you’re searching for a more upscale event in Western Australia. Why not consider the Crown Perth Christmas Extravaganza 2013? This sophisticated evening offers you and your guests sumptuous food, high end drinks, plus a late night of entertainment, including stand-up comedy and live music.

For family-friendly fun in New South Wales, don’t miss Sydney’s Hyde Park Christmas on the Green. With free concerts and costume shows, plus craft activities and tasty treats, $2 stockings, and a dazzling fireworks display when the sun goes down, it’s a magical day of entertainment for kids.

Perhaps you’re searching for the perfect gift in Australian Capital Territory. Canberra offers several Christmas markets, both traditional as well as innovative. Hustle and Scout is a place to explore sustainable fashions, an experience for those with exquisite taste as well as an eye for ecological responsibility. The Handmade Market offers up myriad delights from across the country, catering to those who seek to support artists, creativity, and the act of generation. And, for a classic experience, try Christmas at the Old Bus Depot Markets, where you’ll find everything you need to create the Christmas of your dreams.

In South Australia, you and your family can enjoy the extravaganza in Adelaide. It’s the Credit Union Christmas Pageant, a favorite spectacle for over eighty years, featuring hundreds of costumed performers, including musicians, dancers, clowns, and, of course, the guest of honor himself, Santa Claus.

Still searching? Why not create your own Christmas event and enjoy the celebration that feels right to you!

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Print Event Tickets for Your Own Australian Christmas Party

As Southern Australia cools down for the winter months, consider doing a bit of celebrating. Take a clue from the Blue Mountains and their traditional Yulefest if you’re not sure how to party. This winter festival is so popular that even parts of Sydney have begun to join in on the annual celebration.

If you can make it out to the Blue Mountains for Yulefest, you’ll enjoy a variety of different venues with packages for a “Christmas in July” party. But if you can’t quite get all the way out there, no worries! Consider the option of hosting a holiday party of your very own.

Have it Your Way

Back when we were rug-rats, we all wished Christmas could come twice a year. Well, our prayers have been answered! In the spirit of Yulefest, you can throw your own Christmas party anytime during the months of June, July, or August.

It doesn’t matter what kind of business you’re in, or whether you have anything to do with business. Anyone can throw a successful event that’s also a ripper of a time for everyone who attends.

All you have to do is put a little thought into the prep and gather the right materials. Ask your friends and other contacts to help you out by donating any materials you don’t have outright.

Chances are, if you mention it’s a “Christmas in July” party you’re planning, people will be more than happy to help you out.

Keep the Knockers Quiet

Impress your friends and potential guests, and leave the critics speechless when you print spiffy-looking event tickets for your Christmas in July party.

Choose from a variety of unique ticket templates in the online gallery that allow you to enter your information easily, so you can print fast and get the tickets shipped to you without delay.

Your piggybank will thank you, too. All event tickets are printed full colour and full bleed, with detachable stubs, secure numbering, and even an option for booklet stapling. You get all this for a truly reasonable price, which is more than worthwhile.

The spirit of Yulefest is to celebrate Christmas in July, but don’t make it too serious.

Keep it fun and relaxing by uploading unique images onto your event tickets, or Design Your Own creative event ticket that speaks perfectly to your off-season Christmas party.

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Turn up the Heat

by admin on March 1, 2011

If the weather is cooling, why not plan your next event to start heating things up?

Selling Event Tickets is a cinch when you’ve planned an event that your supporters genuinely want to attend. It’s time to begin your preparations. First, of course, is the venue. Perhaps its time for a long stone hall with a fire roaring in a fireplace at one end. And what about the menu? Hot, savory soups, and juicy roasted meat tempt the palate at this time of year. Add the entertainment: a hot band to keep your guests moving.

Once you know what you mean to do, and when and where you mean to do it, you can begin generating excitement for the gathering with some advance publicity. Posters, Fliers, and Invitations all allow you to share the details with your mailing list or community. Choosing the perfect design helps sell the event, and adding your own images, such as logos or head shots, to your event collateral, helps to make it yours.

Choose a complete Event Kit and you can print Event Tickets, Raffle Tickets, and Drink Tickets that match your publicity materials. Such a lovely sense of completion ties your event together.

With the right details and the right advertisement, you can start selling Event Tickets. Create the event that people want to attend and you’ll have no difficulty selling those seats.

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If you are an educator or otherwise involved in programming for adolescents and young people, you may already be selling Event Tickets to a Valentine’s themed event for February 14, or some other time in the upcoming future. In that case, you know you’re walking a fine line: you want to create a fun experience that will engage their minds and their senses, but you need your chaperons on their toes and the supervision level high.

Unlike a similar event directed toward adults, you don’t want the atmosphere to get too dark. Instead of candlelight, consider more exciting ways to create a magical atmosphere:

  • Balloon drop
  • Smoke machine
  • Confetti cannon
  • Soap bubbles
  • Foam
  • Strobe lights

Your teens are young adults, but your goal here should be to provide a more innocent and childlike environment, one in which they can have fun without feeling pressured to engage in more adult behaviors.

Hiring a high energy band or DJ is another important step. Popular musical acts will draw crowds, and can be advertised in advance on Posters and Flyers, which will help you sell more Event Tickets. If funds allow, a professional photographer is a nice touch, especially if they will bring the proper backdrop for Valentine’s photos.

To keep your teens involved, be sure to plan games and activities so they stay occupied and in sight. Frequently distributing prizes and small items helps keep them in the room with you. The goal is romantic, but not too romantic! There will be plenty of time for that when they’re a little older.

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A Year of Fabulous Events

by admin on February 1, 2011

Ticket Printing around the Calendar

Are you worried about attendance at your regular gatherings? Flagging interest in a meeting or party that occurs 4 or 6 or 12 times a year may reflect a dreadful sameness. If your guests feel that these events all run together, getting them to come out over and over again can get difficult.

The solution? Create the distinction of distinct events by assigning each one a specific theme and then printing Event Tickets, Invitations, and other products to announce the theme.

Some themes are easy, almost too easy. Your Christmas holiday party, is a no-brainer, and you’ll find many designs and ticket templates to sell it. But what if you gather together every month? You can choose a seasonal theme, working with holiday and meteorological conditions. Or, you can get more creative. Why not throw out the seasonal themes completely and think of the year in different terms?

Colour, for example. With so many beautiful Event Kits to choose from, you can print publicity products in a different colour every month. Coordinate by decorating your venue in that month’s colour, and then asking your guests to wear that colour. Imagine how lovely your pictures will be when everyone comes in blue, or green, or white! Members will look forward to expressing themselves, and seeing how others interpret the theme.

Other options, for which you’ll find plenty of matching Event Kits, could be sports, nature, or cities. Browse the design gallery at a large online ticket printing company and you’ll find plenty of ideas.

Planning the year out in advance allows you to create a year’s worth of thematic intent!

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Every Day It’s Getting Closer

by admin on December 18, 2010

Christmas is coming!

As a child, you anticipated the parties and presents. As an adult, you may find yourself overwhelmed with the details. Particularly if you’re selling tickets to a Christmas party, New Year’s celebration, or other seasonal event, you’re so busy talking to caterers, musicians, and professional Santas that actually selling those tickets takes a back seat to planning.

Yet, you must sell those Event Tickets if you hope to have a party. Here are some simply steps you can take to help generate more interest in your event and sell more tickets.

  • Print and mail Invitations (it’s not too late!).
  • Create an event page on Facebook. Ask guests to RSVP online.
  • Print and hang Flyers and Posters where potential guests may congregate/
  • Create a logo for the event, have it printed on Stickers, and distribute them everywhere.
  • Leak some of the exciting details to generate extra buzz for word-of-mouth advertising.
  • Using chalk, leave intriguing messages on sidewalks and walls.
  • Create a short video advertising your event. Post it online and share the link.

Creating a page with a unique URL dedicated just to your event helps you help your guests. It’s easy for you to share that link, and, as long as you include all the important details on your page, people will be able to learn everything they need to know about your party in one place.

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The Hottest Ticket This Christmas

by admin on November 29, 2010

Did you remember to plan ahead?

If your Christmas celebration is to serve as a fundraiser for your favourite charitable organisation, don’t forget to print your own event tickets online. It’s a brilliant way to save you time and money. Your personalised event tickets will be printed quickly and shipped right to your door, so you can start selling seats sooner. Custom printed free ticket templates in full colour or black and white help you send a proper message: we’re ready for a party!

What sort of service will the best ticket manufacturer offer? Besides free designs and fast delivery, you can expect standard security features such as individual numbering to help keep your event safe and secure. In addition, matching event kits allow you to promote the festivities with invitations, posters, and more. You can even add a prize draw to the gala with matching raffle tickets, which you can sell in advance to earn even money for your charity.

Party planning can be complicated, but event ticket printing is easy!

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Come, all ye faithful!

by admin on November 22, 2010

Are you planning any big events in December? If so, it’s time to start printing event Invitations: the Christmas season is almost upon us once again! Small family celebrations, large formal galas, and everything in between can benefit from a smart Invitation. Casual or sophisticated, a printed Invitation makes a greater impression than word of mouth or email.

When your guests receive their Invitations, they’ll have a concrete reminder of your event, and all the information at their fingertips: names, dates, times, locations.

Seasonal parties can truly start to add up. Don’t let your details become lost in a flood of festivities, forgotten as guests try to juggle numerous activities. Getting the information out early helps ensure that your celebration is marked on calendars and anticipated in advance! The physical aspect of the Invitation allows it to be hung up where recipients cannot help but notice it and continue to think about your event.

Once you know the details for your event, you can start printing event Invitations!

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Your FIFA World Cup Party

by admin on June 16, 2010

There’s still time to organise your World Cup celebration. Sports-themed parties are a fine way to gather your friends together in a small space. Or, let out a larger venue and sell event tickets to armchair athletes who are willing to pay a little extra to watch the big game on a big television, perhaps within a few feet from a fully-stocked bar. Find your space and start printing those Event Tickets.

You need not do much decorating, but if you want to liven the room up, a simple assortment of flags of many nations or team photos will do the trick. Just be certain you have plenty of chairs, along with an out-of-doors space convenient for those who feel the need to step out for a cigarette, a breath of fresh air, or to punch a tree. If you’re charging for Event Tickets, make sure the drinks keep flowing, and consider a selection of easy-to-eat foods. Barbecue is always welcome, but finger foods will be appreciated.

Advertise with Posters, Flyers, and Invitations. Be sure to communicate where interested parties can purchase tickets to your event. You may sell ticket through a local business, a website, or by using your excellent sales pitch on potential customers you meet in pubs, clubs, or in your neighborhood.

World Cup Fever is a curious affliction, but one that is not wholly useless. Turn your club meeting, charity fundraiser, or weekly outing in a World Cup part and start raising money while entertaining those around you in a style fit for athletes.

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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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