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There are a great number of factors that are important to consider when planning for the right venue for your party. You need to be able to find a venue that meets all of your needs and wants, but also one that fits your realistic expectations for the party. The right party should be one that is appropriate for the type of party you're throwing, meets the level of formality that you're envisioning, meets the size requirements (but does not overcompensate), and meets all of your additional needs such as food, parking, and audio-visual requirements. The following guide will walk you through some of the basic things you need to consider when deciding upon the right venue for your party or event, so you don't find yourself unprepared at your event with a poorly thought-out venue, leaving your guests uncomfortable and frustrated at the poor venue choice.
The first thing you need to consider, and it seems like it would be fairly evident, but you need to think about what kind of party it is that you're throwing. This includes considering how formal the event will be. These seem like a given, but many people don't put enough thought into this part of the party planning process. However, if the party doesn't match the formality of the location, people will feel awkward if they are underdressed, or too fancy if they are overdressed. The last thing you want is for your party guests to feel awkward at your party or event.
The next thing you need to consider is the size of your event. If you are throwing an event with a lot of guests, then you need to consider finding a venue that can fit all of those guests. The problem with finding a venue that's too small for your purposes is that your guests will feel cramped and claustrophobic. However, if you get a venue that is too large for your purposes, then your guests will be too spread out, and as a result, the energy in the room will be nearly impossible to build. This is why it is imperative that you get an estimate for your guest list size before you even decide on a venue, that way you can be sure that the venue you pick is the size that you need, and nothing more and nothing less.
You also need to map out your additional needs, such as audio-visual, parking, and food. You need to see if the venue you are looking at provides these at an additional fee, or if you need to search for an outside source such as a catering service or a professional valet service. Even if the venue doesn't provide these things, they usually have a list of tried-and-true services that they can give you, but these are always important to look into before deciding on the venue, so you don't find yourself caught in a pickle when it comes down to booking the food and so on.