Vacations are Back! How European Travel Brands are Attracting Tourists

“Do you ever spend your entire business trip counting the days that separate you from vacation? Not in Milano!” a voiceover declares in an ad from the tourism body for Milan. Created by We Are Social Italy, the campaign for Milano & Partners and YesMilano boasts of Milan’s rich cultural heritage and easy-going lifestyle and…

Guide To Choose The Perfect Wedding Venue For Your Big Day

The wedding season is on and the wedding bells are loud enough to make anyone nervous. Especially those managing the wedding arrangements can become a little fuzzy if the expectations are not matched. From deciding the right wedding date to fixing the perfect ring, everything becomes momentous. Therefore, the value of a right wedding venue remains sur par and one should undergo a thorough research before fixing the final one. Read the article below to choose the right venue for either yourself or your beloved.

Fix your guest list

Before you finalize your preference, it is always advisable to prepare your guest list. Bigger the guest list, the wider your wedding area should be. If looking for an intimate list of guests while choosing Wedding venues in Essex you can stay more flexible in terms of choosing a place that can host all your guests without any space issue. Another thing is to consider guest comfort. This remains vital to deciding your venue since your options get limited in terms of distance, size, timing, and other suitability parameters.

Choose your preference 

This remains the most important part as only after confirming the preference one can start looking for the options. So, if you are a nature lover, you might look for outside wedding venues that offer more natural appeal and if you love more organized settings, you might opt for wedding hotels, restaurants, etc.


Barn venues, countryside options, farms, etc. will work best for the rustic lovers who would like to get themselves wedded in classic style. Those looking for simpler and flexible outdoor and indoor Wedding venues in Essex options, can choose from this list. They are not only back in trend but are also more elaborative in terms of decorations and styles.


Since art galleries, museums, open spaces with minimal settings, restaurants, etc. are becoming trending options for those looking forward to having a modern venue for their wedding, the options are worth considering. The modern options remain for those looking forward to settings that are polished, more organized, and more elegant.


People are going out of the traditional ways and planning their weddings on different beautiful destinations. The most popular include historical places, botanical gardens, beach weddings, forts, and more. Make sure to plan the distance according to your guest’s comfort.

At the end, the venue must reflect your vibes. Since it’s your wedding day, it must be in alignment with what you have always dreamt of.

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In July 2021 terrible floods destroyed the “Ahr” valley. More than 130 people died. People around Germany and the world looked at a region that was known among connoisseurs for its good wines. The wineries were in ruins, but a few bottles of their best wines were saved from the floodings. Marked by the mud – the memory of a night of horror – they were the origin of a new solidary brand: #Flutwein (Flood Wine)

The campaign stages the muddy bottles and captures their memories for eternity. The bottles are distributed via crowdfunding and generated over 800,000€ in donations in less than 5 days. Bottles of the limited first edition (1000) pieces are sold for up to 500€. When thinking of Ahrweiler people were talking about the floods. But only one week later, Germany is talking about the floodwine from the Ahr valley – the wine for which hardly anyone knew the region before.

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Reese's Puffs Integrated Ad - Music Boxes

REESE’S PUFFS cereal has already worked with rap artists like Travis Scott and Lil Yachty. Now, the brand is putting the music-making power in the hands of consumer with their latest release, turning the iconic cereal box into a special-edition series of music boxes – the RP-FX and the RP-PRO. These boxes allow fans to create their own music tracks.

The RP-FX comes in three unique, limited-edition boxes: the Crunchy Drum Machine, the Creamy Lead Synth and the Chocolatey Bass Synth.
Fans can place their PUFFS on the back of the box and use the accompanying app at to start making sweet beats. The RP-FX boxes use a first-of-its-kind augmented reality technology to detect where the PUFFS have been placed and make unique music tracks based off their placement. Fans can get all three boxes to make even more layered tracks.
Fans can then share their creations to the world, via customizable REESE’S PUFFS-inspired music videos made with their tunes.

The RP-PRO is the ultra-exclusive synthesizer, designed to look like a box of REESE’S PUFFS but with all the music samples, audio effects, functions and power you’d expect from the most serious piece of music equipment. The RP-PRO features custom REESE’S cup dials, custom-molded REESE’S PUFFS buttons along the bottom, chocolatey drum pads, a built-in sampler and a dome visualizer with menu. Plus a secret inside compartment to fit a small bag of REESE’S PUFFS for emergency breakfast use. REESE’S PUFFS will be sending the RP-PRO to some of the top music artists and hit-makers around the country, as well as giving away a few to lucky fans.

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