How much does your service cost?
Every client is different and every event is unique so pricing is adjustable according to the design needs. Affairs Of The Heart will try to make your event fee’s as reasonable as possible. Some things to consider when factoring in Event Fee’s are complexity of event. Do I require luxury entertainment? Do I have a large guest count? Am I having high end graphics? The list can go on and on and budgets can balloon, however our standard rates range from $800-$2500. Events that are greater than $25,000 the fee is 10% of the estimated budget. Once a contract is signed the fee will not change even if the budget does (this excludes events over $25,000).
How do I secure a date for my event?
A non- refundable deposit is due upon contract review and signing of the contract. Once both parties have agreed and signed the contract the event date will be placed on the events calendar and secured.
What type of payment arrangements can be made?
Payments can be spread out is the following orders listed below:
• Full Payment
• Half and Half
• Three payments of 1/3 of the cost
• Four payments of ¼ of the cost
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE AND MUST BE IN WRITING WITH BOTH PARTIES SIGNATURE ATTACHED AND ADDED AS AN ADDENDUM IN THE CONTRACT.
How many people will be staffed for my event?
Depending of the scale of the event Affairs of the Heart will ensure at least two additional assistants on the day of the event to help facilitate and trouble shoot any areas of concern and ensure a smooth event day.
Will there be any scheduling conflicts?
Production of events is the most important thing to us. We are only as good as our last event that’s why we do not over book ourselves. We try to accommodate every event and every date however, sometimes it’s just not possible. Generally, we have no more than two events booked in one calendar week we may accommodate a small event during the same week if it will not interfere with the pre existing events already booked. Taking on a third event in the same week is solely up to the event production team.