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The Perfect Wedding Reception Venue

A couple of months ago, my younger sister got married in a beautiful ceremony at her church. Our father has pastored this rural, evangelical church for the past twenty-nine years. Therefore, this special place to both of us was the obvious right venue to have her wedding at. After the wedding ceremony, my parents hosted a reception in the church’s activity building. My sister even decorated this large building herself. Have you picked a venue for your wedding, but don’t know where to have your reception at? When looking for the right place to have this special event, consider your personality and the personality of your future mate. For instance, if you’re cowboy or a cowgirl, you probably wouldn’t enjoy a wedding reception at an upscale country club in town. On this blog, you will discover the best places to host a wedding reception at.

The Perfect Wedding Reception Venue

3 Ways Professional Event Design Enhances A Conference Experience

by Virgil Woods

Conference planning involves a lot more than finding a venue and scheduling speakers. There are a lot of moving parts that must be managed to execute these events successfully. One of these moving parts is the event design. The success of a conference depends on the quality of information the attendees gather at the event and what they feel and experience while in the space. A partnership with a professional event design team can help ensure that the attendees' experience is awesome. 

1. On-Par Productions

Attending a conference often involves some level of cost for the attendee. The price to secure a venue and hire speakers comes with a cost, so attendees will generally be required to pay a registration fee as a result. The attendee will also incur travel costs if the conference is not in their home location.

Attendees do not want to spend money to attend a lackluster event. In theory, the greater the registration cost of the event, the more the attendee will expect to be wowed by its production. An event designer will ensure the display matches the cost associated with the event. 

2. Interactive Options

Another element of keeping attendees happy is creating interactive options. People do not just want to attend a conference; they want to feel a part of it. An interactive experience is especially important when it comes to conferences that involve an educational format. 

Installing screens in every room so attendees can follow along with the speaker is one option to make the event more interactive. Providing tables in each workshop room is also great because it provides an area for attendees to perform group work together. The more opportunities for attendees to engage, the better. 

3. Easy Accessibility

The design of the space should also ensure that attendees are able to navigate through the space as efficiently as possible. Upon arrival, the space should be designed in a way that makes the check-in process easily recognizable and easy to complete. 

Even as the crowd navigates from space to space, good event design will ensure that attendees have a clear understanding of where to go and where to seek help if they need it. If attendees spend their time walking around confused, their experience will likely not be a satisfying one. 

Plan an event that supersedes the expectations of your guests, and allow an event design professional to assist with the process.