How to Plan a Party

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How To Plan A Party Planning a birthday a party can be fun and exciting. The anticipation that the planner feels waiting for the reaction of the birthday person’s reaction brings as much, if not more joy, than the actual birthday person’s acknowledgement of the party. When planning a party there are many important details to be remembered: theme, location, guest list, decorations, and menu. Organization is a major in key for things to run smoothly. As the party planner you should begin by writing out a to-do list, guest being the first priority. When choosing a guest list it is crucial to invite only those who you are sure the birthday fellow will enjoy. By inviting people whose company is unwanted drama is likely to follow. Also keep in mind that you can never invite to many people, because more than likely half will not show up and those who do just might bring a friend along. Therefore you are likely to only have seventy-five percent of people show. Next it’s time to decide on the date, place, and time of the party. Most parties take place on the weekends for the convenience of working class; however, if permitted you can have a party scheduled during the week. Be sure that the party does not conflict with the birthday person’s schedule, because they have priority. After all what’s a birthday party without it being somebody’s birthday? Once you have picked a date and time check to make sure your location will be available. Try choosing a place that you know your guest of honor will love, such as a favorite park or familiar hang out spot or even a place that has special sentimental value for the person. After you have confirmed that the date, place, and time are all available it is time to choose a theme. The theme is where you get ideas for your decorations, invitations, and even games. The theme is especially crucial when sending out invitations.

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