Come D’day and I wake up early set up the venue, do the decor, put up the bouncy castle, have the face painters ready, the 🤡 in place, the mascot ready am telling you all was set and on time.
Client comes in at around 1pm with cake and caterers. My team and I helped them set up and all of us finished everything and waited for the guests.
You guys we waited up to 4pm there was no guest arriving. The client is frantically calling people. At around 4:30 the client’s mother drives in. The client just burst out in tears when she saw her mother as the only guest. Her mother quickly got out of the car to go comfort her.
All service providers were now wondering what next? Imagine this client had paid us all in full. Her event plan was for 20 kids and 30 adults but no one showed up.
After some good 30 minutes of crying and being consoled by her mum (it was now 5 pm) The client walks up to me and tells me to cut the cake and give every service provider. She also told the food people to give us all the food. The snacks I had prepared for the kids, I shared among the DJ’s and my team.
Oh sorry Rachel (client) it was a sad moment.
She then called out to her son who was having a blast jumping in the big bouncy castle all by himself.
She then drove off.
For sure I was left wondering why none of the guests turned up?
The only happy for me was going home with lots of food, cake, sodas, snacks to last me weeks.
What do you think went wrong?
Could it be poor communication or her friends boycotted event?
By Kerry Ayaka
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