Wednesday, June 26, 2019

The Do’s and Don’ts of Hosting a Big Event


The Do’s and Don’ts of Hosting a Big Event

My social calendar really seems to fill up more quickly in the summer, how about yours? Everyone want to take advantage of the warmer weather and plan events outside, especially in picturesque garden settings. Whether it is a big wedding, a special birthday occasion, an anniversary, or a once-in-a-lifetime celebration, you want your event to be memorable—for all of the right reasons. This means some quality planning. There are many ways an event can go awry, from not having enough food or drinks to not having enough seating to go around. Then of course, there is the inconsistent summer weather, which could pour down rain on your garden party  or give your guests a bad sunburn if you haven’t prepared with a large tent or garden umbrellas and sufficient table rentals.



The Do’s and Don’ts of Hosting a Big Event

The Important Do’s

It all starts with a proper venue. This could be your home or patio if you have adequate space, or a nice facility you rent for the occasion. You want to make sure you send out the invitations in plenty of time. It’s possible to contact a third party like Austin party rentals to make certain you have the following items on hand:

·       Table settings
·       Comfortable furniture such as outdoor sofas and lounge chairs
·       Accessories such as flowers and decorations
·       Dining tables and seating
·       Extras such as arbors and backdrops

When you have everything in place you allow your guests to enjoy the occasion free of worry. It also helps you to relax and take part in the festivities! If I am doing food myself, I try to choose recipes that can be made in advance as much as possible and kept warm (if needed) in warmers or slow cookers. The more you can do prior, the more you are able to take time and enjoy your party. 

The Do’s and Don’ts of Hosting a Big Event


The Definite Don’ts

The number of things that could derail a special event are nearly unlimited. So as a host you have a lot to think about. Some details are fairly basic, like not forgetting to send out the invitations, and making sure all the details on the are correct on it. I probably triple check my invites and have my hubby look them over, too. Some Don'ts may be trickier to avoid. If your party is outside, you will want to make sure flying and biting insects don’t take over the grounds and there are lots of garbage cans around to help decrease clean up time.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Hosting a Big Event 
With all there is to think about, it makes sense to contact a professional company that can bring in the items you need to rent. Renting nice furniture and accessories for a day or weekend can increase the enjoyment for everyone.

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