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How To Make Your Next Event Stress Free

Hosting an event is a great way to build community or to show appreciation for clients or coworkers. Events are a blast to attend, but there’s a lot that goes into them behind the scenes. Picking a venue, ordering food, and getting people to the event; it’s all part of the event planning process. Here’s how to make your next event a stress free experience for you and a blast for your attendees.

Start Early.

Give yourself the gift of time. Start planning your event with plenty of lead time. We like to start 2 months before the event itself. Starting early means that you have time to be flexible with vendors, time to promote the event, and time to do research on competing events. More time is never a problem, and if you finish early it only means you’ve got more time to get people excited about your event!

Utilize Free Tools.

There are a lot of tools to help you make your event run smoothly. You can send out invites with Paperless Post or sell tickets through Eventbrite. You can promote your event on social media like Facebook and Instagram, and reach out to local companies that have event pages to post your event there. In Austin, our favorites are When, Where, What Austin, The Chronicle, CultureMap, and Do512.

event stress freePick A Venue That Covers Your Needs.

Venues that come with things like chairs, tables, bathrooms and cover all your basic needs will make your event much simpler. You absolutely can host an event somewhere that you need to rent furniture, of course, but it can make the event more complex and more stressful. The more vendors you use, the more time you need to allow for planning. It’s best to go with a venue that has a list of preferred vendors. It’ll save you the search time.

Events can have a lot of moving parts, and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. The most important thing to remember when you’re feeling stressed is to take a deep breath, focus on your goal, and do good work. Everyone loves an event!


Article Written by Sommer Brugal

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