Special Event Planning- Choosing Your Party Place

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Selecting a venue for an occasion can be loads of fun, but it isnít always easy.

When trying to look for a venue, the very first thing to consider is the type of occasion you're planning. Is it hobby related like a scrapbooking convention? Is it a business seminar? Is it a regional festival? Thinking about the type of event you're planning is vital to choosing the best party location.

Don't forget to think about these things as you're finding your way through the venue selection process.

(1) space and maximum occupancy (2) readily available services (3) ease of access (4) features (5) condition (6) geographical location (7) reputation

The most critical thing to think about is the amount of space the venue provides. This consideration is dependant on the number of people, the kind of people involved and the nature of the celebration.

Available services include personnel (maintenance crews, DJs, audio technical engineers, catering, a concierge, waitresses) and equipment (vending and audio-visual equipment, electronic scoreboards, usable showers or plumbing).


The accessibility is a must, not only for the sake of convenience but also for the sake of law. Furthermore, it's essential to see if the venue offers ample door counts (for simple entrance and exit in case of fire). Are there escalators, stairs and elevators?

Features can consist of particular preferences, such as scenic windows, rounded walls, the right dťcor or architectural style, fences, trees for shade, grass, BBQ grills, power outlets or anything else you feel you'll need on your event day.

Condition seems insignificant but it really is crucial. Cleanliness is crucial but the structural condition and encompassing areas are essential to take into account.

This leads into the next component, which is geographical location. This is quite often a significant consideration. For example, if you want to host a quiet event you'll have to refrain from choosing a venue near a noisy area of town.

While the reputation of a place isn't a deal breaker, you should keep it in the back of your mind. Should you hear about a venue with a problem-laden past, make certain to steer clear of it. Naturally, if you choose a famous place you could lure more guests.


Whatever the case is, the venue is going to define that eventís success. That's why you should take into account each of these items as you're looking around for the perfect venue.

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