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How Are You Planning Your Next Party?

The venue can have the ability to define the success of the party. Whether you are planning to have a birthday party, a bachelor party, or just a flat out celebratory party, you are going to have to decide on the venue… unless it’s a house party. But those are mostly reserved for high school kids. You want to be a bit classier than that, right? If so, here are a few tips to take into consideration when planning your next big bash. 

    • Cost
    • Location
    • Atmosphere
    • Parking
  • Insurance


The Cost is first on the list for a variety of simple reasons. First of all, it will determine the size, location, and quality of the venue. Now, cost does not always equal value. However, it is important to note that a higher price does usually come with more perks. This will allow you to gain valuable information and insight into the amount of money that you can spend on the venue itself after accounting for the rest of the party necessities. 

The Location may be of high importance due to the nature of the event itself. You can have a venue next to the beach simply for the scenery. You can have a venue at a high rise for the same reason, too. Or you can have the location be in a warehouse location. It is a good idea to have the venue at a reasonable distance from where the attendees live. If the people that are attending are from out of town, you might want to pick a location close to an airport or hotels. More fantastic tips on venues here. A great website that I found that is like a search engine for venues is https://www.peerspace.com/plan/birthday-party.  

How do you want the overall vibe of the party to feel like? Do you want a rave like scene and feel, or are you going for something more reserved like a ball? Asking yourself the question about the atmosphere can help you decide on the venue by simply getting a feel for it right away. If you are visiting a venue to check it out, pay special attention to the decor and the architecture. The ambiance should match the desired feel of the event. 

Approximately how many people will be attending your event? Because of this question, the parking is an important variable in the equation of your party planning. If you are throwing an outdoor party, then a simple empty lot might suffice for the parking. If you are planning something a bit more upscale and, in the city, you want to make sure there is plenty of safe parking for your event. 

Last but definitely not least is the insurance. Will you have alcohol at your party? If yes, then will all of your attendees be well behaved and display miraculous acts of self-control while inebriated? Probably not. Not saying your guests will mess the place up, but it is a good idea to have some insurance on the place to cover your own butt.