+ Is service staff included? If so, in what roles?
Service staff requirements are based on your logistics, desired Venue 66 layout and anticipated guest count.
Our Event Coordinator, the first person you'll work with, talks with you about the long-term jobs such as the Venue layout planning, our logistics, your budget, outside vendors, event design, and day-of coordination—we’re sure you’d like to have your hair at this event, and an Event Coordinator will keep you from pulling it out during the planning process. The first two hours at your initial meeting on site & ensuing communication is complimentary; after that—pending your needs and your hair length—additional fees may be billed.
A Site Manager is required for all events. They are always there - seriously, they never leave! You will need this person to supervise the intimate Venue details on small & large-scale events, coordinate vendors & deliveries, and supervise the location in the instances when the more elaborate planning work of an Event Coordinator is not needed. The Site Manager will assist you, your host or client with your pre-planned timelines, guest entry, Audio/Video requirements and general event-y things, and lock up post your shenanigans!
The ever-popular Event Manager (required for events over 50 guests or multiple area rental) will ensure the coordination of your food & service and "Run the Show" for you. They'll make sure the music is at the perfect level & the lighting is flattering for all those selfies.
Door Concierge aka "Security" (say it like they do in the movies! He/She is required for events over 60 guests) Our charming security personnel warmly greet your guests and ensures no gate-crashers!
+ How does the event planning process work?
Planning meetings will focus on budget, contracts, deadlines, etc. The more assistance you feel you need with such planning, the more we suggest taking on an Event Coordinator from our staff.