Plan your Events for 2014 with Invitations

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Organising an event can be stressful if you leave everything until the last minute, which is why it’s a good idea to begin planning your event early and way ahead of time. Here are some quick tips on how to plan an event so that it all runs smoothly and without a hitch.


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Every event begins with an invitation. To make your invitation more personal and creative, design your very own unique design for your invitation with Instantprint. Instantprint is an online site that allows you to choose from a large range of creative templates or you can take it a step further and design your own. Don’t forget to include the time and place of the event and whether or not it is a formal or informal occasion.

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When you choose the option of creating your own invitations, you are in complete control, you decide everything down to the font size and colour so why not give it a go? Your guests will appreciate it and you can even order an extra one for yourself and frame it to remind you of the great time that you had.


If you’re going to be organising an event, it’s probably a good idea to set yourself a budget and make sure you stick to it because you don’t want to end up overspending and having to live off leftovers for days afterwards.

Planning and Organising

The amount of planning you do will depend on the occasion, obviously if it’s something massive like a wedding then you’ll need to start planning well in advance! It’s a good idea to keep a planning journal so you can record everything you need to in one place and enjoy the satisfaction of ticking off the tasks as you complete them.

If you’re a lady (or a man) then you’ll probably want to have your outfit sorted out and it has to be perfect doesn’t it? So make sure it fits well, you don’t want to end up tripping over the ends of your long gown in front of a huge crowd now do you? If it’s a small event however, there’s a good chance you won’t need to organise that much, perhaps just things like the menu, activities for the occasion and beverages for your guests.


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