Vendors and Services for Your Consideration
If you want to plan the perfect quinceañera party, wedding reception, corporate event, engagement party, or other celebration, you’ll need to hire the right mix of vendors to maximize the success of your event. Your DFW Celebrations Banquet Hall event professional can help you determine which type of service providers may be most appropriate for your event and clarify which services we can provide for you.
If you would like a member of our professional staff to assist you with selecting any of your vendors, the DFW Celebrations team assures you that we will carefully vet all vendors before we recommend or hire them for your event. Whether you select one or all of your vendors, we will work to seamlessly integrate each vendor into your special Event.
Vendor checklist for banquet hall rentals
Some of the vendors you may want to consider for your event include:
TABC-licensed bartenders and servers
(if providing alcohol)
Sound and lighting technicians
Music (live bands, mariachi, DJ, etc.)
Entertainment (performers, children’s activities, etc.)
Photo booths and other special photo opps
Graphics, structural design and printing services
Do you need help hiring one or more of the above vendors or do not see what you’re looking for on our list? Contact us. We’d be happy to research other options for you.
Choose vendors for your special event wisely
When you’re investing a significant amount of time and money to plan the perfect wedding reception or corporate event, or want your parent’s milestone anniversary celebration to be a night to remember—for all the right reasons—choosing reputable vendors is key. Consider the following tips when researching service providers for your special event:
1. Don’t hire the first service provider you contact
In most cases, you’ll find many different vendors provide the services you need. They may specialize in different areas, provide varying levels of service, and charge different rates. Compare options to make sure you find the vendor who meets your needs best.
2. Get referrals from trusted sources like friends, family, and colleagues
If your sister recommends the caterer who handled her anniversary party or a coworker loved her wedding photographer, that’s a great place to start. Just don’t stop there (see Tip No. 1).
3. ALWAYS check reviews
Online reviews are plentiful these days, and they can be very eye opening. Check reviews on Yelp, Google, Facebook, or industry specific sites before hiring anyone to support your event. Even if someone you trust refers a service provider to you, that vendor might come up short in certain areas that are important to you.
4. Trust your gut
If something feels “off” during initial conversations with a service provider, that vendor probably isn’t right for you. Working with people you trust and who put your mind at ease will make the event planning process much more enjoyable.