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These are the most important tips for organizing summer events | Memoriae


These are the most important tips for organizing summer events

The weather is getting warmer. In anticipation of the summer heat, our event organizing team has gathered some advice for organizing summer events. Although it doesn't seem like a big science, if we don't pay attention to the small details, summer events can easily fail.
tips for organizing summer events

There is no such thing as too early for summer events

It's never too early to start organizing summer events! The bigger the event, the earlier the work should start. Even in the case of a smaller family birthday, you have to invite the guests weeks or even months in advance, because it is difficult to arrange a date due to holidays and vacations. Start by hiring a venue, a catering company, a decorator, a sound engineer, and possibly an event organizer.

If you don't want to deal with these individually, ask our professional event planning team! In the Memoriae restaurant, you will find a venue, catering, decorator, sound engineer and event organizer all in one place. In this way, the organization of summer events can be much smoother! Contact us by clicking here!

Promote your summer event

If it's a business event, it doesn't hurt to do a little publicity. If you have a private or private event, distribute the invitations in time and don't forget to ask for feedback! You can even do it online, in addition to the current solutions, sometimes email or some other platform is a much more practical solution. In the case of weddings, it is definitely appropriate to send paper-based invitations, if there is no other solution, then by post. If you are planning a public event, community forums can provide an excellent advertising surface.

Have a plan B for your summer event

We recommend plan B in every season, and summer is no exception. Huge storms can roll in, which can even affect indoor events (power outages), but drastically affect outdoor events. The best event organizers prepare not only with plan B, but also with plan C and D. If it's raining, you need a suitable location (for example, an event tent) that comfortably accommodates guests and is suitable for the specific activity.

Let them be responsible

At summer events, big chaos can develop if the right people are not in charge. Each team should have a task, as well as who is responsible for what. In this case, too, it is worth setting up a plan B and appointing substitute members. Many elements of the summer events require the teams to work together, so it is worth coordinating the team or working with a team that is already coordinated.

On our website, you can read a lot of other content for the organization of various events under the BLOG menu item. If you have specific questions or need professional help, contact our event planning team at one of our contacts!
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