How to name an event?

Julia Bukatova
Julia Bukatova
March 16, 2015
How to name an event?

When organizing an event and arranging invitations for guests, the organizer is faced with the question: what is the name of the event. It is a well-thought-out name that can increase interest in an event and significantly increase its attendance. We will tell you how to name the event and what rules should be followed.

How to originally name the event

Coming up with the name of the event, first of all it is necessary to pay attention to its topic. Obviously, the name should not only be in harmony with it, but also cause positive associations.

Use the universal tool: pay attention to what time of day the event will take place. Then in the title you can use the words "day", "evening" or "night".

Highlight the main theme and idea of ​​the event, pay attention to the dress code that you want to enter for its participants. They can also be used in the title. For example,an event with a specific dress code can be called “Once Upon a Time in the Wild West” (for a cowboy-style party) or “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” (for a daytime meeting in the style of the 60s). If this is a professional event, then it would be good to come up with a title in which the name of the profession appears. For example, the party for the day of the medical worker - "Interns".

Be sure to use associations. To do this, arrange a survey among friends or relatives. After all, it is important that the name caused this or that association in all its potential participants, and not only in you.

To add originality, try to play with words. Replace typical adjectives with rare synonyms. This will help you not only dictionaries and the Internet, but also friends - journalists, philologists, poets and writers. Feel free to ask them for help.

If the event is not festive, but serious, then you can use thematic quotes and sayings of famous people in the titles. Of course, you need to use not the whole quotation, but some important part of it. For example, the statement of the French poet Pierre Beranger "The heart of the mother is an inexhaustible source of miracles" can be used in the title for the event dedicated to the mother's day - "The source of miracles".