Brainstorm with your team.
You might think that you have this really brilliant idea but without voices to second it or even raise objections and questions about it, you might not be realizing those ideas could actually have a so much better direction with a little bit of change and tweaking. This is something that you need to take into account as much as possible one way or the other. Brainstorm as much as you can. Don’t hesitate to take up an entire morning, afternoon, or even an entire day so that you can bring your think tanks together and really get right down to the basics.
Be as outrageous or as out there as you would like to be.
When it comes to the brainstorming session of an event, no idea is ever too much or ever too farfetched have a huge sheet of paper and have people write things down altogether. Or better yet, be the curator and have people air out their pegs or their ideas as you write it down on a huge white board for everyone to see and to assess. Be as open and as engaging as you possibly can don’t shoot down any ideas just yet, at least until you conclude the meeting. This will encourage more insights and will actually stop your people from being scared of saying what they have to say when it all comes down to it.
Start acting like a casting supervisor.
You need to really properly pick out the talents or the models that you would like to include in event as much as possible. Whether you are planning to hire out some entertainers, some models on demand, and so on and so forth; hold an audition and get the rest of your team to weigh in. you need to take a look at it across all of the different angles as much as possible so that you get to make sure that everything pans out smoothly and seamlessly once the event is set to start.
Pick out the photographer.
An event photographer will help make commemorate the event and make it worth remembering. Make sure that you go through the details of the contract. The event photos will not be worth much if the copyrights won’t let you use them in your company’s websites and the rest of your other marketing materials. It takes time to have to go through all of the fine print it will be well worth your while because it means that you get to make the most out of the services of the event photographer that you have hired out so far at the end of the day.
Have a hand in the photo shoot.
It’s OK to badger your event photographer every now and then. Even while the event is in play, make sure that you let him know about bits and pieces of your pegs for the photography side of things. This will maximize his coverage and will make sure that you will be more than happy with the results so far.