Layout and design are undoubtedly the first things event attendees notice when entering the premises. Create a visual feast for guests without the large-scale budget with these inspiring tips.
1. Get Creative with the Space Layout
Think of creative ways you can improve the space layout at your event or exhibition. To add extra interest, play with different layout changes instead of using the conventional space as it is.
Draw your audience’s attention with a different furniture arrangement, mixed seating, an unexpected positioning of the stage or entertainment area, or dividing the space into various areas to provide more interaction and networking options.
2. Make Different Seating Arrangements
Seating arrangements at events and meetings do not need to be boring or uncomfortable. Rethink seating arrangements with the event’s purpose and the guest attendance in mind. Depending on the event, picnic tables, long benches and bean bags can work wonders.
One of the easiest ways to spice up events is to devise new ways of seating, from introducing communal or family style settings to mixing unconventional seating with more traditional options. You can also be creative in the style and design of the furniture used.
3. Add Visual Impact with Displays
Create focal points of interests for guests during the event with striking and beautiful displays. Even the way food and drinks are displayed at an event can get people talking. Go for unique centrepieces to create much-needed excitement.
Another idea to maximise visual effect is the use of local artwork, photography and flower arrangements. Adding natural elements and greenery creates an inviting mood, especially for indoor events.
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