Every event, no matter the size, has a lot of details to keep track of and a lot of decisions to make in order for the event to be successful. If event planning is not your full time job, then you have to balance keeping track of these event details/decisions with the rest of your responsibilities. To help make sure everything is on track for your events (and nothing slips through the cracks) we are sharing our four favorite tools to help keep you organized and sane while planning your event.
1. Event Detail Changes
Any last minute changes you need to make to your event will have to be communicated to the venue. Since your contract is with the venue you will be under their legal terms and agreements. Be sure to check a venue's policy around cancelation or event changes before signing your contract.
If you are looking to make your next event unique and memorable you may want to think about hosting the event at a raw space. Raw spaces allow you to take a blank canvas and paint your own masterpiece. If you are a Pinterest enthusiast, raw spaces are defintely for you. To help you get started with your raw space journey we've put together a few of our favorite affordable raw spaces in San Francisco. However, if you find yourself in NYC, dont' fret we have a blog post for you as well.
Planning an event is tough. What makes it even tougher (besides finding a venue, inviting guests, etc) is that the events industry uses a lot of confusing jargon.
Topics: Event Planning
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