Every professional has has worked hard in their respective field to become successful. Only they know certain tricks and tips to make their job easier. One event planner is willing to give up a few of their tips so you don’t lose your mind planning your first ever party. Here they are.
Every idea needs a plan. Get yours started and get organized. This will reduce stress drastically and clear up confusing lickety-split. Lists of what to buy, food items, decor, and even guests will be a life saver throughout the process. Next, you may think about including a theme. They are fun, interactive, and a creative way to draw in guests. Playfully hint at your theme when you mail out your invitations. If you choose to do costumes, that is always a lot of fun.
You have the plan, have sent out invites, and have created a theme. If you are going to include decorations and food, give a minute to think about it. Keeping it simple and low keep it best, especially if you are new to the whole party planning process. Appetizers are easy and you can get them at the store already made. They are light and also won’t weigh down your guests from having the best time possible. Decor does not have to be over the top crazy. Guests won’t be focusing on them half the time anyways so keep it simple. Instead offer them something they really would want like a self-serve bar. Mary wants a Rum and Coke and Bob wants a Old Fashioned. Everyone gets what they want and they will be appreciative of that. In the end if you are relaxed, then your guests will be happy.
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