5 things to avoid to ensure your event goes off without a hitch
Event production can help make or break the experience you’ve worked so hard to create for your guests. From weddings and parties to corporate occasions and fundraisers, there are standard best practices you can follow to ensure success. To that end, Beyond recommends avoiding these five situations when producing an event.
Never work with an event production vendor who leaves power, audio or video cords untapped or loose around the room, especially around the doorways.
Never risk not having enough power to support all your vendors; it’s easy to secure a quiet generator. If there are no lights, video or music, the party is over.
Never book an event production vendor without references or seeing examples of his work.
Never underestimate the ambience that lighting creates for your special event.
Never allow a band to tear down their instruments and microphones while the event is still in progress. All it takes is the accidental unplugging of one cord to ruin the event experience.
We actually saw this very thing happen during a live auction at a very high-profile event. In a snap, the auctioneer was without a microphone while the challenge was being resolved.
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