A park seems like the most tranquil setting for a wedding. Particularly in Sydney, where parks provide a beautiful escape from the hustle and bustle of the CBD. If you’re planning on getting married in a park, you’ll need to contact the city and local council to see if you need an application – it’s the rules.
Booking a park for a wedding will provide your wedding ceremony with a beautiful garden setting to say your vowels and tie the knot. Park weddings have become increasingly popular for couples that want to get married in a picturesque and outdoor area that is familiar to them. Getting married in a park in Australia is legal, however, there are regulations on the nature of the event, the size of the event, the Perth Event Staff involved, and when the event will occur.
You can apply to hold temporary events and wedding ceremonies in local public parks and open spaces. Depending on the regulations of the park, you may need to contact a representative to go over the process of booking the area out.
In Sydney, you have to contact a representative of the city of Sydney online. There is an online form to fill out, and information that instructs readers to call the park and open spaces venue management team to confirm park availability. According to their website, reception events are not permitted in parks and booking a park for a wedding means booking it for the ceremony only.
Organising an event on a budget can be tricky. Overhead costs of event elements tend to pile up, making it hard to work within the limits of a set amount of money. However, a budget is the best way to ensure an event is planned well and within the financial means set out. Here are some tips to planning and event on a budget:
1. Organise your venue early
Leaving the venue plans to the last minute will dramatically increase the costs. Booking a location early will allow planners to get early bird specials on venues that are typically more expensive later on. If your budget is particularly limited, consider hosting your event in the off-season.
2. Use a template
The most challenging part of hosting an event is the planning. Using spreadsheets, templates and online planners to keep track of everything will ensure there are no expensive surprises down the road.
3. Collect quotes
The secret to finding the best caterer, entertainment, venue, or Perth Event Staff, will be to get multiple quotes from different sources. Collecting quotes will give you a chance to compare prices and features of each service.
4. Plan for the unexpected
The most fool-proof plans will have back up plans. Plan for the unexpected for your event. That way, if something goes wrong, you can fall back on safety nets rather than having to pay more to make any last-minute changes.