Take Your Time
Take your time and let your creativity flow so you can ensure your upcoming event is nothing less than the best. Make your event count by taking a minute to stop and smell the roses (literally)! It will ease the stress and make the whole experience much more enjoyable for you and your guests.
You can’t please everyone! Getting caught up in making your big event “perfect” will only lead to disappointment and stress in the long run. Get organized with a 3-ring binder and hire a special events consultant to help with the rental details so you can just sit back and relax. Remember to not let the little things get in the way of the big picture.
With all the mayhem and madness that goes on the day of a big event, many people forget to stop and eat before the production begins. It is going to be a long day and you don’t want to feel faint before you even get to break out the champagne glasses so try to eat a breakfast high in protein and complex carbs to last you throughout the day!
Ensure you and your guests eat comfortably at your next event by considering your rental options.
Listen To Mother Nature
Pay attention to what season your event will be in. If your’re planning an outdoor event, make sure to consider the temperature and potential weather conditions and plan to have indoor accommodations available as well. For an summer wedding, outdoor sporting event, fair or festival, be prepared for bugs, bright sunlight, or heat by presenting guest with gift bags that include fans, sunglasses, and bug spray to make sure everyone is enjoying the fun-filled event, not bug bights!
Accidents seem to happen when you least expect it so be prepared for anything by creating a small survival kit. Pack a small bag with a couple of common items such as a first aid kit, a Tide To Go stain remover pen, deodorant and anything else that might fix a minor emergency.
Stick To Your Budget
What happens if you don’t stick to your budget? Debt and stress! Splurging on insignificant items may result in having to sacrifice event details that really matter or take away from you and your guests experience. So don’t let the stress of debt effect your special day, create a budget and stick to it!