First rule of event planning – things go wrong

A few months ago I left my old office task and set out on my own creating an event planning business, for several years, I have been privately helping my friends and family to method the biggest events in their lives, and I easily appreciate the activity each time… I seem to have a natural knack for managing people, vendors, and locations.

  • I am harshly detail-oriented and there are not several things that slip through the cracks when I am thinking about a major event.

I have everything perfectly arranged and planned out months ahead of the giant day, and I continually check in and make adjustments as necessary while the day is approaching. If there has 1 thing that I’ve l acquired while event planning, it’s that you should regularly expect the unexpected. I might be over-prepared, however that keeps my buyers cheerful. For instance, there isn’ta single event that I method that won’t include many air quality control back ups. I will never fully rely on a site’s central heating or cooling method when it comes to my giant event. I have had too several air conditioning units and furnaces breakdown on the day of the ceremony to expect air quality genius from any church or hotel. I regularly travel with my own backup air handling devices; Before any event, I am loading up my trailer with space furnaces and portable air conditioning units. On the way to the party, I’ve already called my contracted Heating, Ventilation plus A/C worker and alerted them that they are on-call for emergency repairs. If I am planning your event, there has no chance of temperature drama – I suppose your guests will take care of that for you.

 

 

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