Event and party planning should not be a hassle or hectic. It is easy to plan, design and organize an unforgettable event when you plan early and stay organized. The following are tips for hosting an event that most corporate event planners in NYC go by.
Always keep various lists that can be updated through the planning procedure. These lists should include a main-to-do list that contains every task that must be done, a shopping list that makes sure you will not forget any supplies, and a guest list that includes contact information, RSVPs, and dietary restrictions.
Design a Theme
Chose a creative theme to set the tone especially when you are hosting birthdays or holiday parties. For instance, you can hire a mariachi and serve margaritas to create a south-of-the-border festival.
Send Early Invitations
Sending online invitations is still acceptable especially if the get-together is last-minute. However, mailing invitations early will set the tone for the party and create anticipation for the fun that lies ahead. Design your invitation cards or purchase them from online stationery firms.
Make a Specialty Cocktail
Create a cocktail that will leave a lasting impression on your visitors. Make it extra cheerful by garnishing it with lime or berries and serving it in elegant glasses. Plan on one glass of alcoholic beverage per person in one hour.
Set Up a Separate Area for the Kids
If your event is family-friendly, it is good to set up a place for the kids to have their fun away from the adults. To set the kids’ table, you may try covering it in butcher paper, have a cupcake centerpiece, place colored pencils in jars for them to draw, and have bamboo plates since they are disposable.
About Twenty Three Layers
Twenty Three Layers is one of the event planning companies in NYC. It boasts of having relationships with internationally private establishments and in demand merchants. Due to their up to date knowledge with creative inspiration, the firm delivers memorable parties that reflect the best and latest trends in decor, entertainment, and food. They plan and design events such as weddings, charitable functions, corporate events, galas, and one-of-a-kind parties.