The event planning industry is large and varied. Often times when I conduct consultations with prospective clients, I realize that they are having a tough time making decisions because they do not understand the language of events. So this installment of Fun Facts Friday is all about vocabulary!
A la carte: any products or services that can be purchased separately as opposed to in a package
Break-Out Room: a smaller room used when a larger group breaks into a sub-group
Force Majeure Clause: part of a contract that limits liability should an unexpected or uncontrollable event occur
Herringbone Setup: rows of chairs or tables slanted in a V-shape facing a head table, stage, or speaker; sometimes referred to as a chevron
Need some clarification on an event planning term? Comment below, and I’ll see if I can help you out.