This is the year of celebrations. You and your husband are celebrating your 30 year wedding anniversary; your older daughter is celebrating her college graduation; and your younger daughter is celebrating her high school graduation. Next summer, the four of you are all taking a trip to Greece, but you also want a chance to allow the girls to celebrate their milestones with their friends and family. As a result, you have been busy meeting with different representatives of banquet spaces. Your older daughter wants to celebrate her accomplishment with the five other gymnastics teammates that she has been competing with the last four years; your younger daughter wants to celebrate with her best friend. Add in the fact that all of these friends and teammates have parents who want to have a say in the celebration and the planning process has gotten a bit complicated. When you factor in that the two parties will take place 12 hours apart. the high school party will be in the city where you li
Event and wedding planning has so many different factors to consider, while also taking a great deal of time. Even the smallest event, which you may think of needing the most insignificant little bit of organization, could end up taking months to plan. With the selection of things like the venue, the decoration, catering, drinks, bar, music, and any other details, along with sending invitations or calling people personally to invite, can be overwhelming. If it is a promotional event that needs potential marketing, funding, and support to be held, you have an even greater weight on your shoulders.
The Type of Event
We all think of weddings as the most popular and time-consuming event to plan. However, there are so many events going on every day and night. There are people who even make a great living at event planning, especially with all of those large company gatherings, conventions, and conferences. From small to large meetings, there are planners hired to organize al