PARTY TIPS AND TRICKS
Looking to create a fun, exciting, and stress-free party? Look no further! We've put together our expertly crafted list of do's and don'ts to ensure your party planning & decorating journey is a breeze.
By incorporating these party tips & tricks, you'll be well on your way to organising a memorable event that will leave a lasting impression on your guests for years to come. So, keep in mind, when you plan for fun, your guests will always leave Feeling Good. Get ready to host the part of a lifetime!
Selecting the perfect venue is a vital aspect of party planning. When it comes to choosing the right size - size matters! And, keeping your guests together is key to maintaining an energetic and vibrant atmosphere.
FUN - The most important ingredient at any party. This should be your number one goal when planning what to do at your party. At its heart, a party is a group of people gathered together to have fun! Simple, isn't it? But everyone's idea of fun is different.
When it comes to hosting an engaging and vibrant party, the right formatting is everything! It's not just about the decor, the music, or the guest list - it's about creating a seamless progression that keeps everyone captivated and in high spirits.
There's a certain magic that happens when a shared spectacle captures everyone's attention. Think about it - what's a party without a focal point that sparks conversations?
If you ask most people, food and drink are very important at any party. The more the better would be most people's opinion. Lots of different types of finger food early in the night is a great first impression.
No matter how impressive your lighting and party decor may be, unless you have your basic creature comforts covered, your guests will end up uncomfortable.
If you don't love the idea of party planning keep everything as simple as possible. Keep choices to a minimum when it comes to food, drinks, decor etc. Don't get overwhelmed and regret the party before it even happens. Alternatively, hire professionals to do all the party planning for you.
If a guest spills a drink, don’t overreact. The last thing you want is to make your guest feel more embarrassed than they already are. Keep the big clean-up for after the party.
If you are planning a party at home inform your neighbours. Let them know what you plan in terms of size, hours, music, etc. Tell them that they can contact you if they have problems with your party.
Too many rules or pre-designated party activities can make your party seem unnatural, forced, and less enjoyable. You want your guests to feel at home at your party, so the more ‘hands-off’ you are the more content your guests will be.
Music sets a party’s mood, so having no designated DJ or a set playlist can kill the atmosphere. You don’t want to be stuck at the sound system, fiddling with your smartphone every few minutes.