1. Event Planning Checklist.
This checklist should include everything from deciding on a date and sending invitations to packing up leftover food after the event. It's important to have a comprehensive list so that nothing is forgotten.
2. Venue and Location Checklist.
The venue and location checklist should include items such as deciding on a venue, arranging for catering, and reserving space for the event.
3. Food and Beverage Checklist.
The food and beverage checklist should include items such as deciding on a menu, ordering food, and arranging for drinks.
4. Entertainment Checklist.
The entertainment checklist should include items such as hiring a band or DJ, reserving space for seating, and arranging for any other entertainment.
5. Setup and Teardown Checklist.
The setup and teardown checklist should include items such as setting up tables and chairs, setting up signage, and putting away equipment after the event.
6. Marketing and Promotion Checklist.
The marketing and promotion checklist should include items such as creating an event website, designing promotional materials, and sending out invitations.
7. Event Budgeting Checklist.
The event budgeting checklist should include everything from estimating how much food and drinks will cost to estimating how much decorating will need to be done. Having a budget in place will help keep the event from getting too expensive.