Category Archives: Culture

Anything to do with Music, art, experiences in toronto.

TRAVEL: Paris in 5 days

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Planning on visiting Paris but only have five days to see it all? No worries. That’s more than enough time for Paris to steal your heart.

After spending six months living in this wondrous city it is undoubtedly my favourite place in the world. Here’s how to make the most of it in five days:

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Top Ten Summer Music Festival Survival Guide

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Kurt and Anj are both the in-house avid festival goers. Compiling their years of experiences, they’ve made a list of their Top Ten Summer Music Festival tips. Read below on their survival guide!

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Trend Alert: Nitro Cold Brew…Coffee!

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Event producers always have their eyes peeled for the newest trends and best businesses to partner with. For those new to the industry, vendors can make or break the experience so you always aim high.

The YellowHouse team is comprised of caffeine-enthusiasts and we’ve been lucky enough to find and partner with Station Cold Brew Coffee Company, Canada’s first ever coffee brewery! Not only does Station Cold Brew Coffee supply delicious coffee, but they customize their bottles to suit various events.

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Part 1: My first month as a YHE intern

image1 (1)“If it scares you, it might be a good thing to try” – a quote my college professor borrowed when talking to a room full of aspiring public relations students who were on the brink of securing their internships.

When I began my internship hunt, I felt I needed a place where I was comfortable. Coming from a public relations background, I didn’t picture a career in event planning. Although it’s one of many disciplines of PR, it was never one I thought of pursuing. Truthfully, I had no idea what my next steps after college were. What I did know was I had to be open to all the opportunities knocking on my door, and YellowHouse Events was one of them.

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Real Canadian Food for your Canada 150 Celebrations

As organizations and brands prepare to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, an important part of these celebrations (and often what your guests are left talking about afterwards) is the food.  

The YellowHouse team has been busy searching for inspiration on not only beautiful, but meaningful, and real Canadian food to entertain and delight guests at these important occasions.

Read below our Account Director, Sara Gundy interview with Chef De Cuisine, Andrea Callan

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