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Encore’s Studio Space vs. Banquet Halls

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Whether you are planning your dream wedding reception or hosting a Sweet 16 birthday party, putting together a special event begins with choosing the perfect venue, one that can accommodate your guests and offer the right atmosphere for your event.

When it comes to choosing a venue, it is important to know the difference between Encore Event Design’s studio space and banquet halls to ensure you choose the venue that best suits your needs.

Versatile Studio Space and Elegant Banquet Halls

The first thing to consider when choosing a venue for your event is the number of guests you plan to invite. Having adequate space for your guests at your event will help to ensure they stay comfortable and enjoy the celebration. A big difference between Encore’s studio space and banquet hall is the number of guests they can accommodate.

Offering one of the premier studios in Pittsburgh, Encore Event Design’s stylish studio space can accommodate events with 60 or fewer people attending. Their studio space can be used for meetings or conferences, baby or wedding showers, birthday parties, anniversary parties, office holiday parties and for any other event looking for a smaller, more intimate space.

Encore also offers elegant banquet halls in Pittsburgh that can accommodate up to 400 guests. Because banquet halls offer more space and seating, they are perfectly suited for larger events such as wedding receptions, corporate events, fundraisers, and milestone birthday parties.

 

Customized Design and Décor

Each space can be designed and decorated for your event by Encore Event Design, leaving you with more time to relax and enjoy the moment. From balloons and backdrops to linens and centerpieces, they can work with your style preferences to help take the stress out of planning and leave a great impression on your guests.

Contact Encore Event Design today to learn more about renting their stunning studio space or their elegant banquet hall for your next event.