Marana Event Planners
There are lots of reasons to hire Marana, Arizona event planners if you’re planning a party. Event planners from Marana can help coordinate the details of large-scale events like weddings and fundraising galas. They can also help pull together parties on tight schedules quicker than the average person because of the resources at their disposal. An experienced party planner can also bring your vision of the event to life or point you in the right direction if you have no idea what you want for the party.
Event planners in Marana, Arizona have fun planning events, but also know it’s a lot of work and involves coordination with various vendors. Fortunately, an event planner works with vendors on events all the time so you benefit from their connections. Event planning companies provide services for general party planning, corporate event planning, and wedding planning.
If you’re getting married, search our listings for Marana event planners who specialize in weddings and can help you plan the wedding of your dreams. Even if you don’t want a wedding planner to plan the entire event, your venue often has a wedding coordinator who can provide guidance and assistance as you need it. Take advantage of their experience helping brides as you plan your own event.
www.specialeventbartender.com Let us help plan your special event, corporate or personal party by providing exquisite beverages and professional staff to accompany the event. Consult with us and provide your theme and occasion, the number of guests attending, special requests/concerns and your budget. We pair wine with food and develop specialty cocktails, as well as assist beer selection for your event. Together, we will create your menu and product order, then we will staff the party with professional, experienced bartenders and servers. We will continue to communicate with you, in the time leading up to the event, to promptly address any changes or concerns you may have. Leave the set-up and clean-up to us. Exquisite Parties is focused on providing high-quality service and client satisfaction. We will do everything we can to meet your expectations. Our staff has over 16 years of comprehensive experience and knowledge in the Food and Beverage/Hospitality Industry. From country clubs and fine-dining restaurants to wine bars and house parties, our company is based on the belief that our clients' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. We welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry. Planning Tips **A safe bet is that most people drink about a drink per hour, tapering off if it's a long party. To determine the mix you need, just keep in mind that each choice you offer means that you need to build in overkill in case everyone wants that particular choice. If you think you have an even split between wine, cocktails and beer, buy enough wine for 40% of the crowd and enough beer for 40% of the crowd and assume 40% will enjoy specialty cocktails. This gives you 20% excess and a margin of safety. *Buying Wine- How much do you need? It's always hard to predict how a crowd will behave, and a lot depends on whether your friends like to drink. By working with a few basic principles, you can usually come up with a good estimate. The standard wine bottle, at 750 ml, contains enough wine for five 5-ounce glasses, a fairly standard serving. If you assume that half of your guests will want wine, and that they'll average two glasses each (some drinking only one, others three or four), then you have a starting point. So, if you're inviting 90 guests to a holiday gathering, you might assume that half of them will enjoy wine; figure an average of two glasses for each and you get 90 glasses, divided by five makes 18 bottles or 1 1/2 cases of 12. I'd err on the high side by purchasing two cases. *Only Wine & Beer- Especially for casual gatherings, serving only wine, beer, and nonalcoholic choices is perfectly acceptable and may be the preferred approach. Most guests will find a satisfying option, and for the hostess, a limited alcohol selection simplifies planning and allows you to match beverage choices to your menu. Customize the list to suit your guests' preferences or to match a theme. For example, you may want to include a sparkling wine for a special celebration or focus on specialty beer choices for guests with sophisticated palates. Also, provide nonalcoholic choices, such as bottled water, juices, lemonade, iced tea, soft drinks, or nonalcoholic beer and wine. *Offering a Full Bar- Obviously, hosting a complete bar will require more thought and investment. If you plan to offer a full bar, make sure you have the necessary tools and appropriate glassware, as well as drink ingredients, to serve a variety of cocktails. Besides the basics, if you're making a signature cocktail or know guests' favorite drinks, add the appropriate ingredients to your shopping list.
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