2. Keep loved ones out of the equation
Hiring your friends and/or family might seem like a fun way to spend time with them while also supporting their needs, but more often than not it can lead to conflict. It’s far safer to have someone who you don’t have a deep connection with working your event, so that in case there are any mishaps, there won’t be any lasting consequences on your personal relationships from your event. Besides, it might feel a little weird to order drinks from your younger cousin who is also the bartender at your dinner party.