When you need to rent a small space for an event you need to find just the right type of venue, look no further than Tagvenue. Singapore small venues are extremely versatile spaces. Singapore has some of the best small spaces around the world for you to choose from, and Tagvenue can help connect you with the perfect venue for the party you have coming up. Check out your options on Tagvenue today, and make sure that you choose from some of the best venues Singapore has to offer.
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If you don’t need a ton of space, small party venues in Singapore are the place for you. There are plenty of different options to choose from for just about any kind of party you plan on throwing. It goes without saying that small venues do not amount to small fun. These are intimate spaces that are perfect for having a good conversation, enjoying great food, and having some spectacular drinks. Here are some tips and things to keep in mind when planning your next small party:
Be Budget Conscious – Small venues and event spaces are great and also more inexpensive than their larger counterparts. On top of this, you will be inviting less people, which is also a money saver on food and beverages. That being said, nothing spoils a party like going over budget, so what you need to do is make an itemised budget. This way, all of your expenditures will be clear. This little bit of organisation takes a good amount of the stress from party planning and allows you to focus on making the party as fun as possible for your guests.
Guestlists – Being that the event will be in a smaller space, don’t go overboard with the invites. Keep in mind there is limited space so you want to be able to fill the room and not overcrowd it. Keep in mind that people will also want to bring some plus ones, so sending out invitations about a month or two in advance will give everyone a good chance to respond in time. You can expect a turnout rate of about 70-80% for your party. After you get the full guest count, collaborate with the venue manager and figure out seating arrangements and the amount of food and drinks you will need.
Create a Seating Plan – Whether you are having a sitdown dinner or workshop, assigning seats is par for the course. You should sit your guests around some people they know and some people they don’t know for maximum conversation opportunities. If it is just a group of friends or close colleagues meeting, then no need to worry too much about this. In the event of a cocktail party or casual drinks, then you just have to be sure that there is both ample seating and enough room to stand so people can work the room without bumping into each other, tables, or chairs. The same goes for networking events which are based around conversing and expanding your network with new business connections.
Food Service – Events can go all day so you are going to need some food to accompany your day. If you are planning on throwing a sitdown dinner party, then include options on the invites or have a limited menu with a few choices for entrees and things like family-style appetisers. For business events, providing lunch and coffee always goes a long way. If you are planning something a little less formal, then finger foods and small plates being passed out is always a great option, especially in the case of a cocktail party. Also, don’t forget about buffets!
One thing you have to include on the invites are diet restrictions and allergies so the venue can prepare adequately.
Have a Charged Camera – You are going to remember the event you are hosting, so a charged camera with extra batteries is a must. Be sure to capture people walking in and socialising and always include some group and solo shots, especially if people are dressed fancily. If you are not feeling digital shots for your party, disposable cameras are great for creating memorable, Instagram worthy shots of your party.
Don’t Stress Too Much – Event planning is a tough task, but once the day has arrived, it is your time to chill out and enjoy the time with your guests. All of the legwork with getting the party is finished and now the rest of the party is in the hands of the venue and their seasoned venue managers and dedicated staff. Remember, it is their profession! So, take it easy, have some delicious food and drinks, and enjoy the fruits of your labour. And always be sure to talk with all of your guests and thank them for coming out to the party!
Singapore is the place to party. Not every party has to be a huge event, but it can be a small gathering of friends, family and colleagues in one of Singapore's premier small party spaces. Whether you just want to have a cool cocktail party or an elegant sit down dinner, Singapore has tons of beautiful spaces to choose from, and Tagvenue can help you find the one that you have been dreaming of with our comprehensive filtering options to guide you through our expertly curated list of Singapore’s finest. Book today!
Hire fees can start around S$100 per hour. For minimum spend options, expect to pay from S$500-3000. Per person packages will start around S$22. Costs will differ depending on the size and duration of your event. (All data from Tagvenue.)
Start your search for a small venue near the water by looking at Clarke Quay, Marina Bay, Boat Quay or Circular Quay. If you fancy a venue along the beach, make sure you check out Sentosa Beach. You can’t go wrong with any of the pubs or restaurants in the CBD, especially around Orchard Road, and Chinatown. Holland Village and Dempsey Hill are great for an indie crowd who likes to stay out late and party in style.
When searching for a small venue, you want to make sure that you are only looking at venues that will meet your size requirements. With an online venue marketplace such as Tagvenue, you are able to search using smart filters that will select only those venues that meet your needs. Once you have chosen your venue, simply reach out to the venue manager and finalise your booking.
When looking for a smaller size venue, you can expect to find bars, pubs and restaurants in great number. These types of venues often offer smaller function or dining rooms that will enable your event to stay private. Other types of event spaces, such as galleries, cafes and studios are also good choices for smaller events.
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