4 Tips to Save When Planning Events

Posted on Mar 8 2018 - 1:00am by Business Day TV

Outdoor eventRegardless of what budget you’re working with, it’s always smart to save some money when planning an event. The great news is that there are smart ways to do so without making the event less amazing. Here are four of them:

Rent everything you won’t use again

Unless you already have the necessary tools and equipment, it’s a better idea to rent than buy whatever you’ll need. In any case, you’re probably only going to host the event for a few days, so it doesn’t make sense to invest in things you wouldn’t use again. For instance, Après Event Décor & Tent Rental recommends finding an affordable table and chair rental in Minneapolis, MN for the furniture, unless the venue already offers them.

Reduce venue costs

The venue typically gets a significant chunk of the budget when planning an event. A smart idea to reduce costs is by planning your event during slower months. Chances are venues will offer you a discount. If you have to hold the event during the peak season, visit different venues first to compare prices before settling on one.

Plan your event around another event

If you find out that your guests will be attending another event during the year, make the most of that by planning your event around it. Chances are the venue will be willing to reduce the costs for you. You also get to save on transport as your guests will already be there.

Don’t have too many decorations

Don’t fret too much about the setting and decorations. While it makes sense to want people to be impressed by the venue, you need to know that no one will remember all those balloons and flowers six months after the event. Find other affordable solutions to make the venue outstanding. You could reuse decorations from another event, for instance.

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You need not break the bank whenever you are planning your events. With some forethought and creativity, you’ll find that there are affordable ways to host successful events, no matter how big or small they are.