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organizing party

organizing partyApart from choosing the best party venue and serving great food, there’s so much more you need to know about organising a party. Whether you’re throwing a big celebration or a quiet get-together, here are a few important things you need to consider.

Sending Invites

To make people come to your party, consider the timing of your invitation. Avoid sending invites too early, as people will forget about the event by the time it rolls around. More so, don’t wait until a day or two before, or your guests might not be able to adjust their schedule for you. Send the invites about a month before the formal party and two weeks before for a casual gathering.

Serve Different Beverages

While alcohol isn’t a requirement for all parties, many guests expect it to be present. Alcoholic beverages can take the edge of meeting new people and make everyone comfortable. As not all people drink alcohol, make sure to also serve non-alcoholic beverages such as sodas, juices, and virgin cocktails.

Enough Food

Your dishes don’t need to be extravagant, but make sure you have enough for everyone. Choose a menu that fits the type of celebration and your culinary capabilities. If you’re not comfortable with cooking, however, you can hire a caterer to help you with the menu.

Set a Playlist

Hire a DJ or set a playlist to establish the party’s mood. Make sure to choose music that suits your event. If you want people to get up and dance, play upbeat songs. If your event is a low-key gathering, however, jazz and light music are the best choices.

Don’t Micromanage

Avoid designating too many rules for the party, as it can make the event unnatural and less enjoyable. If you want your guests to truly enjoy the party, don’t micromanage the event. Make games and other activities available, but let your guests decide what they want to do.

Introduce Guests

Introduce people coming to your party who don’t know each other. This will make everyone feel acknowledged and welcome. When a guest arrives, introduce them to the others. This will give your guests an easy conversational starting point.

Make your party a night to remember by following these tips. Choose the right party venue for your event and don’t hesitate to get help from close friends and family.

Terohan Nula