Creating a memorable event takes a certain amount of talent and skill. If you think you can just throw something together willy nilly, think again. An event worth talking about takes time, energy and most of all preparation. To take your event to the next level, you’ll need to make sure to do the following things:
Memorable Event Tips
1. Talk it up
Be sure to start advertising about your memorable event well in advance. Things like flyers and postcards are simple, but effective ways to promote your event. Make sure it’s on people’s calendars. Use social media (it’s free) to get the word out. Make it sound a little mysterious, but be sure to have the goods to back up the hype. Don’t worry, the items below will help with that.
2) Provide Good Food and Drink
If you’re serving up some stale rolls and flat drinks, that’s going to be remembered and not in a good way. Work with your caterers to develop delicious bites that will get gobbled up in no time. Just be sure not to run out!
3) Create a Vibe
Lights, Cameras, Action! The decorations, lighting and displays all play into the vibe, which sets the mood and gets people excited about the event. To help you create the perfect vibe you’re looking for, and create a memorable event, considering hiring an event company who knows what they’re doing.
And don’t forget to create awesome photo opportunities with a step and repeat banner.
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4) Keep It Interesting
Make any speeches, awards ceremonies or presentations short and sweet. People’s attention spans are short and the last thing they’ll want to do is spend their precious free time listening to one thing after another. After all, they came there to let loose and have fun.
5) Give Away Goodies
People love gifts, whether it’s a bag stuffed with goodies or something as simple as a notepad. Make sure each person is leaving with something, and that it is a positive reflection of your event.
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