How to Plan a Party! Party Planning Checklist!
How to Plan a Small Party with a Few Friends
Find a location to help plan ahead of time.With friends, figure out where you want to go, so that you can plan arrangements and make all the necessary preparations.
Get permission.If you live with somebody else, such as your parents, friends, or significant others, you might want to ask them before planning a party at your place. They need their privacy, too, and if they're not keen about the idea, host it somewhere else. Respect their decision.
Pick specifics in advance:
- Who. Be sure to put your name on the invitation, whether it is just you alone or a group.
- What. Description of party: something that fits the theme, but cleverly sneaks in information at the same time. Set the tone of the party. Tell them a little of what you will be doing, what they should bring, and if the event is formal or informal. If necessary, give advice about specific clothing. For example, if your party includes some social events that might get clothing dirty, include that information.
- Where. Location of the party is crucial for those with transportation needs. Include address, directions, and even offer rides or suggest bus/subway routes.
- When. Include the time and date in your invitations.
- Why. If desired, include additional, personal information about your party. Be specific and give a strong reason, or multiple reasons, why you're hosting a party.
Make invitations.Hand make these or use a computer. Figure out a theme, if any, for your miniature party, and use the appropriate wording, pictures, font, background, etc. For example, if your theme is the supernatural, include a Werewolf or a Vampire on the front. Use a Gothic print if your computer has it, such as "Vivaldi", or something with an old English look. Your background may be ghosts or something rather. The tone would be mysterious, and possibly dark. Make the invitees feel like that picture on the wall is watching them.
Invite friends.Go out with your invitations to your closest friends, or those who you feel you need to get to know better. The maximum limit is six. This is asmallparty.
Buy refreshments.Make sure you have food and beverages everybody can enjoy. Simple treats such as cakes, biscuits, cookies, and tea are always good choices. Know your guests' dietary needs ahead of time. For example, if one or more guests are vegetarians, don't put meat on all of your party appetizers.
Organized the entertainment.For smaller parties, focus on inexpensive entertainment. Design your own games, projects, activities, or events. Only use a DJ or professional entertainers if they are friends, and only if they can also enjoy the small party without performing the entire time.
QuestionWhat do I do if some people don't come?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerDon't expect everyone you invite to come. Just have fun with the people that do show up. You could also call up a few more people you didn't invite if it seems like not that many people are going to come.Thanks!
QuestionWhat if I invite two people and one of them doesn't come?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerWell then you can still have a great time with the person who did! Try not to get too upset about your other friend missing out -- sometimes there are problems or issues that can prevent someone from going to a party, even if they want to.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I make my friends comfortable at the party?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerPlay their favorite music, serve lots of good food and drinks, and plan activities you know they will enjoy.Thanks!
QuestionWhat things I can do for fun?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou could play board games, have a dance contest, play charades, or make cookies together. You could even have a cookie decorating competition. Stock up on frosting, m&ms, sprinkles, etc. and get creative!Thanks!
QuestionHow do I make an invitation card and what do I write?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerUse an image editor such as BeFunky or PicMonkey and find a pretty picture/color/background. Then use the editor to add text in your preferred font--you'll need to write what type of party, when it is, where it is, and how your guests should dress.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I organize a small part?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerInvite only the friends with whom you feel comfortable.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I have a great party when only two people show up?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThe number of people doesn't define how great your party can be. What's important is the people. Plan something fun and be determined to enjoy the people who are there.Thanks!
QuestionHow much money will I spend on a party of 20 people?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt's impossible to say since it will depend on where you live, what you buy, etc. However, you can reasonably expect to spend at least or more.Thanks!
QuestionWhat are fun things that two people can do?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt's actually much easier with two people and can give a more sincere vibe. You could go out to lunch, see a movie, and there is probably some local event that you could go to. It will be easier to agree upon things to do that you both like, so have a talk about that ahead of the small party.Thanks!
QuestionHow many people would be best?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou can invite as many as you are allowed to have over, but 5-11 is very suitable for a small party.Thanks!
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- Don't spend a whole bunch of money on something. Think of the party as a get-together, or tea time. Nobody spends a lot of money on tea, do they?
- Send out invitations a week or so before the actual event. Some people are slow thinkers and take awhile to respond.
- Have fun with it!
- Consider a sleepover, especially with a party of all girls. They don't really sleep; they talk and gossip all night, etc.
- Throw a surprise party.
- If it's at school ask permission from your teachers. If however, you want to do this under the radar, plan it during lunchtime or in a part of the school where teachers are least likely to find.
- Don't worry if your parents say no, just try it another time.
- Make sure every thing you plan you agree with that person who is helping you do it.
- Try making a checklist to be organized.
- Don't be sad if someone turns you down. Just invite another person.
- Don't go all-out for the party. Just wear and use what you have, and make the place location look nice. For example, an expenditure of .00 (10£) is plenty.
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