The first thing to do is to sit down with the bride and discuss the guest list. Decide on who she wants to attend the event. Usually it is only for family and close friends, and be sure not to forget to invite those from the groom’s side as well. The guest list could be as small as even four people to a suggested maximum of 20. You do not want to invite too many people as it could take away the intimacy.
Once the guest list has been determined, invitations should be sent. Today, email or telephone invitations are quite acceptable but do send them in advance. How far in advance depends on whom you are inviting. Is it a bunch of friends you do this fairly regularly with and they are expecting it? Is it a more formal occasion? Is it the holidays when invitations should be sent out well in advance before everyone’s calendar fills up with activities to attend? Given a little thought, you can easily figure how early your invitations should be mailed.
If you don’t hire an event planner at least have someone act as one. That person would be in charge of making sure the vendors are set up properly and can help keep everything running smoothly. Whether it’s a friend or family member the organization will be appreciated.
Consider these differences too. At a mass gathering of folks where the fulcrum of the event appears to be socialization, and the food is secondary in the background, that’s not so here. When dinner party planning, you need to keep in mind that the food is the very purpose of the party. Sure, you may even have some appetizers to snack on, but everyone is looking forward with great anticipation to the reason they’ve been invited over.
Most of the time the Cast Party is thrown the same night as the last performance but it is also acceptable to plan it for another date after the performance if you choose. The next day or the following weekend can be considered appropriate times if the performance ends late. You can even ask the cast which time they would prefer or what would work better for them.
The Virginia Beach SPCA is looking to recruit new volunteers who have an interest in helping Virginia Beach SPCA with programs in Norfolk, Virginia. The skills helpful for participation in this project are office assistance, event planning, communications/marketing and miscellaneous.
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