Planning A Party Informative Speech

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Informational Speech on how to plan a party Purpose: To inform the audience on how to plan a party Thesis: To understand how parties are planned, the steps and tasks of planning a party, different types of parties and venues. Organizational Pattern: Topical I. Introduction a. Attention Getter: Think about the best party you ever been to? It had lights, a theme, a host and all your friends right? b. Relevance: Hosting a party can be fun and very exciting, but if you've never hosted a party before it could be very stressful also, and you may be unsure of how to proceed in planning your party. But if you follow the correct steps your party could be a great success. c. Credibility: I have been through the stress of planning my own sweet sixteen birthday party during the summer. We added our own personal touch to the table decorations, as we were not completely satisfied with the offerings the from venue. Although with the time and effort put in by me, my mom, and my coordinator Nicki it was a lot of fun but if I knew the steps to take then that I know now it would have be a lot easier to plan. d. Thesis: To understand how parties are planned, the steps and tasks of planning a party, different types of party themes and venues. e. Preview: Today I’m going to go through the proper steps of planning a party.…show more content…
The most common party is a birthday party. Another common party is a dinner party. A Dinner Party is a formal party at which the guest and host have dinner. Costume parties is a more Halloween themed party where all the guest have costumes. Home-warming parties are parties held for new home owners. Those are just a few of popular parties. A venue is the place where your party or event will take place. The most common venue for parties are at houses. Parties are also commonly held at hotels or banquet
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