Service Dairy

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Service Dairy 1
Date: 28 September 2015
Time: 7 pm-11 pm

I have experience the service of One Stop Event Planning Service in Johor Jaya in Johor. We were planning for my sister 21 years old birthday party so that we would like to ask for the professional advises and service.

At first, they provide three plans for us to choose, romantic, warm or Hawaii type. The agency introduce these project one by one to us patiently. He clarified all the details, from price, venue to the facility include in the project. After discussion, my sister prefer a warm style because all the participants are friends and family members, she prefer a warm gathering for all. Furthermore, we discuss for the suitable plan at the fair price for us to afford.

We sign a contract and pay the deposit for the project. The agency keep update with us the progress of the project, and he sent the photo to us time to time to let us choose the design of those decoration. The event company have co-operate with a restaurant to prepare the buffet dishes for the party. Besides that, we have to choose about five difference dessert for the party, and we have the chance to try those dessert before we choose. They also prepare some performances for the birthday party to warm up the atmosphere. We choose some songs for the live band and they promise that they will arrange well for us.

It was one day before the party, the agency call us and said that the decoration part, due to the workers misunderstanding about the requirement, they have order for the wrong items. All the decoration is under the Romantic theme. He apologize to us and ask our willingness to continue the party. My sister is okay with this so we ask them to continue it. The party run smoothly that night. The environment, dishes and also the performance were just nice enough. We are stratify with these although it might be a little…...

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