More Types Of Event Seating Arrangement and Layout

More Types Of Event Seating Arrangement and Layout

Last week we published our blog post called "Types of Event Seating Arrangement And Layout". This week, we include more types of event layout and seating arrangements. 1. Horse-shoe   Horse-shoe layout. Horse-shoe layout is in a rounded-U shape. There are only chairs placed in the horse-shoe shape with no tables. It is usually used for bigger groups.   2. Oval Oval seating arrangement. Oval style is just like the horse-shoe, where there are only chairs but it is arranged in the shape of an oval.   3. V-Shape V-shape layout. This setting consists of two rows of tables, arranged in a V-like shape, if you are looking at it from the back of the room. There is a row of table on the left and a row of table on the right, with sufficient space for people to walk in between the two rows, to get to the front of the room. There is usually a speaker, presentation or program going on at the front of the room.   4. Herringbone   Herringbone...
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Types of Event Seating Arrangement And Layout

Types of Event Seating Arrangement And Layout

When you are planning an event, you would need to consider the different types of layout for your tables and chairs. Here are some common types of settings for the event area or room layout.   1. Banquet   Banquet seating arrangement.   Round tables are commonly used with chairs placed all around the table. Usual number of chairs are 8, 10 or 12 chairs per table.   2. Cabaret   Cabaret style where the chairs are placed on one half of the table only so that all guests are facing the front of the room.   Round tables are used and the chairs are placed around half of the table where those who are seating on the chair will be facing the stage. This style is useful when you have a presentation or stage performance, so everyone seated can face the stage and watch.   3. Boardroom   Boardroom setting.   One rectangular shaped table is used for boardroom style meetings. Chairs are placed along both the longer sides of the table. The person chairing the meeting...
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How To Organise A Simple Private Party

How To Organise A Simple Private Party

Organising an event is not an easy task and requires a lot of attention to details. It is not rocket science as well and it is mostly common sense. You can add a lot of elements into the event especially if you have an unlimited budget.  Today, we are going to look into the process of organising a simple private party. Private parties are by invitation only and are usually celebrated with people whom you know for example birthday parties, wedding anniversaries, bachelor parties, bachelorette parties or hen nights as it is fondly known in some countries and many more. People can be celebrating anything and everything from welcoming family members back to their hometown to throwing a party on their recent job promotion or saying farewell. Here are the steps to plan a party. What are you celebrating and the theme of your eventKnow what you are celebrating and if you want, you can choose a theme for the...
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