Event management is a creative, time-consuming task, yet highly rewarding. It requires one to think completely outside the box whilst at all times keeping to the client’s check-list. Weddings are often the most challenging events to organise, as the client will change their mind on certain aspects right up until the day itself. When it comes to marquee hire there are so many options of marquees that the client can get confused about styles, shapes and what size to go for. It is my job to step in and be a calming and assertive influence. If I am organising a wedding in Melbourne or Victoria. I make sure that I hire with Marquees and Events as they specialise in quality marquee hire.
Being an event organiser has its difficulties but whenever working on Melbourne marquees for clients I find a sense of enjoyment and creativity. A marquee is like a blank canvas for me to add a personalised touch, of course depending on the clients taste and preference. I worked on a wedding marquee hire in Brighton last week where the client wanted a 6x9m timber dance floor and 150 meters of fairy lights hanged around the perimeter of her back garden.
In certain cases, I strongly advise Melbourne clients to use wedding marquee hire especially when there is a large number of guests to cater for. This is because it leaves them with the flexibility in terms of capacity but also leaves me room to add a personalised touch special to the bride and grooms big day. I love my job and would not change it for the world. Until this day, touch-wood. I have not come across a bridezilla, although I know it is only a matter of time before I do. Never the less I would strongly urge you to use a marquee hire of some kind if you are due to be tying the knot any time soon.