Tip: If you are renting out a space, make sure to ask what kind of decoration materials are NOT allowed in the venue. Many places no longer allow open flame, glitter, sand or confetti. It’s best to get this information right away in the beginning so those considerations can be made in the creation of the decorations.
Tip: Map out the layout you want for the event room at the beginning. Knowing the number of tables and their locations as soon as possible will help determine where and how many decorations you might need.
Tip: If you are looking into having ceiling decorations, check with the venue first to see what may or may not be possible or if they have anything that might work for the event.
Tip: If you are using centerpieces on the tables that people are eating at, either go with a low wide display or a tall and thin one. You want to make sure that the guests can see those across the table with as minimal interference as possible.
Tip: If you are throwing an event and are having people help decorate the venue, it helps to make a detailed plan on what needs to be done and who is to do it. That way people have an idea as to what they are expected to do when they arrive and everything will be done in a more efficient manner. This helps when you have a limited amount of time to prep the space for the event and it generally eases confusion among the helpers. Also, if something needs to be assembled in a certain manner, having reference pictures is recommended.
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Map out the layout you want for the event room at the beginning. Knowing the number of tables and their locations as soon as possible will help determine where and how many decorations you might need.