Creating a photo booth has become a popular trend at women’s ministry events and with good reason!
Photo booths encourage women to smile and laugh.
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”
While no doubt Charles Dickens wasn’t referring to women’s ministry retreats, many of us would borrow those words to describe our retreat and retreat planning experience.
Two nights ago I had the privilege of passing out small candy canes as folks were approaching our church doors to attend a special Christmas production.
My task was to make our guests feel welcome.
I thought the perfect way to end our 31 Days of Retreat Planning would be to give you a Retreat Planning Timeline.
We’ve worked through a pile of details and it can be helpful to organize the pieces all in one place.
A neat thing happened after our retreat this year.
Quite by accident we were able to keep some of our retreat momentum going.
I did not know one of our team members was going to have a photo booth set up for us to use at our retreat in September.
But I am so glad she put one together for us!
It’s a really nice touch to give your attendees a goodie bag or small gift when they check in at your retreat location.
Goodie bags and gifts don’t have to be expensive or extensive.
Today I’m weighing in on retreat discussion groups.
There are a lot of options when it comes to retreat discussion groups and we’re going to look at a bunch!
Name tags are a must for every women’s ministry event.
Retreats are no exception!