How to Stick to Your Budget when
Renting an Event Hall
It is very easy to want to go a little bit further with your expenses. This is something you will need to take into consideration. It will happen, you will just need to plan for unexpected expenses. Usually, they say around 10% over your budget and that might just happen. The best thing to do is try your best to shoot a little lower so that you will have a little wiggle room.
Choose Your Invite List
Don’t invite people you think will might not attend. This will just consume your budget on inviting and planning on guests that will consume the budget without showing up. Plan your list according to your budget. Once you have this figured out, you can start to look for your venue.
Finding the Venue
Finding the right venue depends on the number of guests you will be inviting. It will also depend on the size, but we will talk about that later. The venue that you choose should be able to handle the capacity and provide the right amenities you will be needing. When you meet with the venue’s representatives, ask them all the questions you can. This will set everything clear before contracts are even signed.
There will be food involved. You just need to know what type of event you will be hosting. At a wedding, you will need meals. For a less formal event, you can go a little bit cheaper. All of this you will need to take into consideration with your caterer. A good caterer can assist you in helping with the food and fitting it into your budget.
The Cellar at Maiden Choice can host most any size event and also help you to make the right decisions. We work with a variety of event specialists and can give you recommendations in order to make every perfect. Call or contact us and we can go over everything with you and show you what we can offer. The only way to make your event perfect is to have a working partner that goes all of the way throughout the planning all the way up to your event.