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Tips on Planning a Birthday Party
There is a definite way to planning a great birthday party. But not all of us are born-party planners. Party planning doesn’t have to gave you a head ache, no matter what type of party you want to have, or no matter what budget you’ve set. Here are some basic, tricks to planning a party. The right guests can make or break a party. When planning your guest list, try to find a balance of just the right kinds of people. Inviting a mixture of different types of people from your life this can make for an interesting party. This means that your guest can meet new people.
When deciding on the number of guests you want to invite remember how much the the place you have can hold and also what you can afford for food, drinks, etc
Do not ask your guest when they are available and when, just announce your party, if your party is less formal, a phone call is perfectly fine, also if you can, send your invitation email and do not forget to ask for an RSVP by a certain date. Whichever way you announce your party, be sure to let your guests know if there will be a theme.
Make sure to send out your invitations at least two weeks in advance. Always plan ahead that not everyone will respond even if they plan on coming. Spark your guests excitement and anticipation about your party. When it comes to the music and lighting this should be No #1 along with the food. Keep the music lyrics at a level where you will not offened anyone. Dim lighting is great if you are having your party at night and inside, if you do not have lighting you can have groups of candles placed around the house. You don’t necessarily have to buy decorations unless it’s a themed party, but a few bunches of flowers is always a nice touch.
Your job is not done when your guest arrived. Make your guest comfortable and not in need of anything, because your guests are important. Be the host or hostess, offer them a place to put their purses and coats. Intr...
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