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Create a Timeline

Besides the budget, a timeline is the most important part of planning a wedding as an event professional. Develop a reasonable timeline, fit to your schedule, and map out due dates on a calendar. You will find well-known wedding websites provide checklists with timelines for you, so be sure to follow these when planning out your calendar. ... More

List it and Love It

If you’re reading this, you probably love to think in terms of checklists, bullet points, and action items. But that might not be the case for everyone involved in the planning process. When delegating tasks, ask your team to rephrase what’s being asked in the form of a list to ensure that absolutely nothing is being misunderstood. More

Pics or It Didn’t Happen

How do you know that you’ve designed a memorable event? One way is to find out if attendees are sharing photos or using your event hashtag on social. Design your event in a way that encourages interaction on social media. For example, create a pop-up photo booth, or paste the Instagram logo throughout the venue as a call to action. ... More

Creativity is Key

Communicator. Check… Organizer. Check… Artist? We put the time and effort into event design because experience matters. Stay creative by looking for inspiration outside of the events world. Lean on your creative partners like A/V providers, furniture suppliers, and designers that are responsible for the visual appeal of your event. ... More

Set objectives

An obvious starting point perhaps, but as event organisers, we have to ask ourselves why are we organising a particular event? Valid reasons may include generating income or pr, launching a new campaign, product or service, to promote the brand, or to impart learning. A critical analysis should ask what is it that a live event is going to ... More

Become Best Friends with Data

Every decision you make can and should be backed by data. That means you need to identify ways to quantify and learn from your efforts as a planner. Having good data is valuable beyond just giving you the ability to iterate and design better events each time. It empowers you to negotiate and push back when clients have ideas that you can ... More

Draw the guest list

As all other arrangements such as venue, logistics, food, and décor are completely based on the perspective of guest count, it would definitely be a prudent effort to prepare a list that fits into your budget. And as a strong recommendation, prioritize your people, starting right from those guests without whom you can’t get married! The ... More

Prepare the budget

Everything else can wait until you make up your mind about the budget. Yes, be judicious while setting aside funds as any stray calculations has the true potential to cause embarrassments at a later stage. More importantly, it is essential to stick to the budget and make room for miscellaneous expenses that are bound to pop up as the event ... More

Make Events Green Again

It’s 2018, do your part and ask about green event programs or sustainable alternatives available at the venues you’re working with. This can be a huge selling point for your event. Promote that fact that you’ve designed an event experience with sustainability in mind. More