First thing, check the water parameters. Fish often hide and cram themselves in decorations, rock, plants, when they are stressed, which is sometimes simply due to poor water quality. Take some water to a fish store and many offer free water testing, but ,of course, some may charge a little for this service. It is always good to check your water quality, even if it is not the likely cause of a problem. Stress lower water quality can be very hard on your fish. Good water quality can help counter-act the stress. Most likely it is the construction. All those sounds and vibrations might have them totally freaked.
1. Perfect Halloween Party Planning Tips | All Out Event Rental
The most important part of throwing a party is where you are going to have it. The location controls what date the party is on, what time it starts and ends, type of party, theme, ambiance/decoration, distance attendees, and capacity. Here are some ideas of easy and spooky locations you could throw your party: Outdoors! If the weather is right outside is the perfect location for a spooky Halloween party. The forest and the woods are great for bonfires, mingling, and fun decorations/pranks. Be prepared in case of rain with shelter to keep guests happy. Want a fancier party? Set-up a clear tent so your guests can see the woods all around them. For easy shelter options look to rent a tent! Local Venue! This is a great place to throw a party if you want it to be somewhat simple. The times are fixed so the party cannot run long. Depending on which venue you book they provide certain deals/packages. If you plan on throwing a party at a venue be sure to book it early and plan decorations or hire a party planner to do it for you! At Home! Have a swanky house or a friend with one? This is the most ideal place to host a Halloween party. There is no restrictions on decorations, times, themes, or set-up/clean-up. Depending on the house size you can throw the party inside or outside. Lacking the amenities for a party? Rent them with us! Step 2: The 3 W's... Who, What, When Who? Create a list of everyone you want to invite. See how many people you plan on inviting and how many you think will come. This helps you plan more accordingly. What? What type of party do you plan on throwing? Will it be strictly adults, children, or a mixture of both? Is a costume required? Do we need to bring anything or will there be food and drink? Will there be games or entertainment? When! The when is a very big part of making sure your party is a success. What time will it start? What time will it end? Will there be a hard stop? **Note: Halloween itself is not the best day to throw a party because of children wanting to trick or treat and also handing out candy. Often the best day to throw your big soiree is the Saturday before Halloween. This gives you all of Friday to prepare for it and Sunday to clean up/recover from it. Step 3: To Theme or Not To Theme Whether or not you choose a specific theme for your party is totally up to you but they do make decorating more fun! If you are worried that your guests wo not want to come dressed in a specific theme give them the option to wear something different so they do not feel obligated. Another way around this is to create a theme that is broad enough for a lot of costumes to be inside of it. A great location and theme will draw guests to your party but the best way to get them to enjoy is with great food and entertainment. Typically guests care most about food and drink, I mean is not that one of the most important parts about a party? If you do have a theme plan your goodies to match with spooky names and decorations! After planning all of your food and drink think of some fun games that guests could play while at the party. This is the tricky part because you do not want your guests to feel childish playing games but they can be a great time if executed properly. Depending on the type of party and size, here are some great food, drink, and game ideas! Food Drinks Games It's not too late to start planning your Halloween party! No matter how big or detailed you want it to be, there is still time. Get your guest list together, pick your theme, and find great foods to put together.
2. I am struggling with decorations for a bridal shower..HELP!!?
Sometimes it's really nice to not use her wedding colors and let that be a surprise for a wedding. Find out what her favorite colors are and use that. I would make it really simple but classy. Crisp white tableclothes with whatever flower you chose in that color. For the centerpieces on each table just do a small arangement nothing huge. You do not need to spend a lot of money. Carnations that are tightly pushed together are really pretty if you are on a budget. I have pushed the stems into floral foam for different shapes, like balls and squarest, then wrapped a contrasting ribbon around it. Do not forget to decorate the food table also because it makes a big difference. I am not sure what your price range is so I do not know how elaborate your wanting to go
3. Ideas for wedding reception decorations and centerpieces???
regular tablecloths you do not want to lessen the look of the room by using plastic.You might also want to give your guest colored with your colors a nice chocolate rose. You can leave them on the tables for the women.