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Tamara’s Tip and Tricks – Guest Lists


Posted on November 9th, by admin in Tamara's Tip and Tricks. No Comments

Tamara’s Tip and Tricks – Guest Lists
For my next installment of "Tamara's Tip and Tricks for planning a successful event let's talk about guest lists. My clients always ask me how to organize their guest lists. I always tell my clients to make sure to alphabetize their guests lists by last name not first name. Once you have an organized and alphabetized guest list it will make a world of difference for your planner especially on the day of the event. First of all, the place cards should also be organized alphabetically by last name and a planner is then able to use your master guest list to cross reference to make sure everything is in the correct order. The client also provides me with a guest list in alphabetical order with table number. This way if a guest wants to know where they are seated and misplaced their place card I can look at the alpha list and send them to the correct table immediately. Just a few tips to make your day less stressful and of course more organized.



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