The Right Venue for You

You found the right venue and it’s in your budget.

It accommodates your guest count. The hours of operation are conducive to your objective. It’s in the right location for your guest’s commute. Outside catering is allowed, so no need to settle on food service.  This is the right venue for you.  All that greatness with one problem, the venue is blah and needs life. Life is needed for the event’s overall success and guest’s positive experience.  A blah venue can take away from an event. You want your guests to feel special when entering the venue. You do not want your guests to feel like they are not worthy of a classy setting.  

Do not settle with the blah of a venue. Create the atmosphere envisioned when finalizing the theme. Table linen, ceiling draping, chair covers, up lights, signature lights, trees and shrubs, decorate to your heart’s delights. Pinterest is a good place to start. Warning!!! Pinterest is known to mesmerize and overwhelm. A professional event decorator can help by gathering all your pins and using them to create a beautiful collage.

No need to settle for blah. If you don’t know where or how to start contact an Event Decorator. Do it right, hire a professional.  Make it the right venue for you.

The blah, pre decor
The Right Venue for You
Ceiling Draping & Chair Covers

Our company rearranged this venue from blah to beautiful. We take pride in our work and do not cookie cut. We pay attention to the details. Trust and know that Affinity One Events will transform your event to an experience.

Kind regards,
Affinity One Events

Hiring The Right Event Planner Is Beneficial

Hiring the right event planner

is like hiring an employee. Research your event planner, and conduct an interview be sure they are a good fit. The worst thing a host can do is hire an event planner who does not understand their vision and does not connect.
Hiring the right event planner

Things to consider when hiring an event planner
* Flexibility
* Organization
* Creativity
* Business Acumen
* Budgeting
* Customer Service
* Multi-tasking and thinking on their feet
* Communication and,
* Time management

* The first point many hosts factor when hiring an event planner is cost. This is the first mistake, “You get what you pay for”. What should be considered is knowledge, skills and ability. Most event planners provide free consultations, take advantage of this offer. A consultation is two fold, it offers the planner an opportunity to understand the hosts objective, and the host an opportunity to see if there is a good connection. It’s a two way street, during a consultation the planner is also considering if the host will be a good fit.

It’s your money, you work hard for it. Invest time in hiring the right event planner by doing your research. You will be glad you did.

Kind regards,
Affinity One Events