You can NEVER be too organised for a party!!
There are many tips that will help your party planning. Using some party planning tips will take the stress out of planning your next party.
♦ Use a party planning checklist. This will make your life a lot easier!
♦ Keep it personal. Your party needs to be unique to the person it is intended for. Make it unique and people will keep talking about it!
♦ Choose a theme. The party details will fall into place, once you have chosen your theme. This will also help give your party the uniqueness that it required.
♦ Send out invitations at least 3 weeks before the event and specify an RSVP date. You want to give your guests plenty of notice. This will also ensure that you have time to plan any catering required. If you don’t receive a response from everyone, it is acceptable to contact people to confirm final numbers.
♦ Decide on your catering early in the planning process. You will need to organise shopping lists with plenty of time to spare. Determine how you will be serving the food and either borrow or buy anything that you are missing.
♦ Prepare a speech. If your party is a formal affair, it is customary to provide a speech. This doesn’t need to be long, but is an opportunity to thank your guests for attending.
♦ RELAX. The preparation is organised and completed, so relax and enjoy the party. The more relaxed you are, the more likely your guests will relax and enjoy the party too.
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Have fun reading and planning. If you have any other tips you would like to see featured, please let me know!
Thanks for reading
Catherine Holt (Smart Party Planning)