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Party Planning: a Primer
To plan a party requires more than just buying a cake and a balloon or two. Oftentimes the difference between a successful soiree and a fiasco of a function lies in the small and unremarkable details. Party preparation will make your next event highly successful, whether it is a small venue or a large corporate affair. Below are six terms organizers should keep in mind before they plan any major event.
Estimate - An estimate calculates the projected costs of an affair, such as wages and equipment to rent.
Inventory - An inventory is used to consolidate the amount of goods promoters have on hand. These goods can range from reusable items such as chairs to perishable specialty products like wedding cake.
Amenities - Amenities are items and actions that improve a patron's comfort such as a valet service to allay parking troubles.
Reception - Receptions are gatherings which can precede or follow the occasion in order to receive guests. Planners may wish to cater food or offer another service during this time.
Favors - This is a gift which is given to guests as a memento of their time. These can be cheap and inexpensive toys or elaborate devices which fits the overall theme of the affair.
Registration - When holding a celebration in a public place, make sure all paperwork is in order. It would be embarrassing if the owner calls for rent halfway through the ceremony or nobody can cater food because all the caterers are booked.
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