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It can be very difficult find a party venue that meets your needs. Especially if you have never planned a party before and don't even know where to begin. This can be a very intimidating prospect for people, because it can be difficult gauging what ever individual member of the guest list will require as far as their interest types and comfort levels go. There are so many factors to consider when it comes to planning for the location of your party, and this guide will walk you through the basics of what you need to know, so you don't find yourself stuck in a pickle once the day of the party comes and you realize that the venue was all wrong.
The first thing you need to consider when planning beginning to look for a venue to host your party at is what kind of party it is that you're throwing. This goes beyond simply identifying if the party is a birthday party, a bachelor party, a family reunion, and so on, however. You need to think about what the dress code will be for the party, such as if the guests should dress up in fancy dresses and tuxes, or if they can dress more casually, or business casual. You need to think about if the party needs to be high energy or if it will be more a of a tame environment. And most importantly, you need to think about how many people you anticipate including on the guest list, and how many you anticipate actually showing up to this party or event. This is a huge factor because size is really so important. For example, if you plan for a venue that is too large for your purposes, then you run the risk of the party feeling too awkward and spread out, and the energy may never build for your party. This can be a disaster. However, an even bigger disaster could be deciding on a venue that is too small for your purposes, because there is often no way to recover from an issue like this. You run the risk of your guests feeling uncomfortable and cramped. Some might even begin to feel claustrophobic and there's nothing worse than making your guests feel like this.
You also need to consider your additional needs such as food--will you have the event catered or do you require the venue to provide food? What about audio-visual requirements for slides hows, music, and speeches? Some venues provide this equipment for rental at an additional fee, but not all do. So you need to know what the policies are for these venues before you even begin. What about parking? Do you need the party to provide a valet service, or special parking situations? You a basically need to have a blueprint for the party before you even begin to search for the venue. That was you can know exactly what it is that you need. Once you have a skeleton for the party, then you can begin your venue search.