If you’re in charge of turning someone’s home into a wedding headquarters, you already have your work cut out for you. However, if you’re trying to do it without breaking the bank, some real planning is necessary. The home needs to magically become the place where the wedding party will eat, sleep, hang out, get ready, and eventually get hitched, and where the guests will gather afterward. What’s more, the home also may need to house the bridal party’s family.
How difficult can it be to provide a clear and easy to understand layout of your event site? It’s almost as if some conferences and exhibitions have become such mammoths that even the event organiser is losing track of what is going on. Event planners need to keep their audience in mind when designing the site and the layout of the site.
When speaking to your preferred venue you need to ask them about the costs. Ask them what the total costs for food is. Than ask them to break it down per guest. Obviously your choice of menu will affect the price. Chicken is cheaper than lamb for example. The cost per person will make you realise how much they will charge per meal. Some venues will try their luck so…negotiate!