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How to make the leap to college less pressurizing

By Heather Protz Subscribe to RSS | March 16th 2012 | Views:
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What’s the idea behind throwing a party? Parties are hosted to celebrate an event. That’s true, but the actual idea behind a party is to mark an event as unforgettable. Making something unforgettable can be done in two ways- throw a party that has people talking about it for years or the one that has your guests wanting to put you in jail for hosting such a detestable party. Obviously, you’d choose the first option even if you’re life depended on it, because really, who would voluntarily want to create a disaster? Here are some cool ideas for a creative and successive party.

There are two main things that have to be followed under any condition for hosting a successful party, the first thing being proper planning. As the saying goes “He who fails to plan, plans to fail”, organizing a party, as you all know it, needs proper planning. But what most of us don’t know is how to plan it right.

If you want to host a bedazzling party tomorrow you should have started planning say, a month ago. Be it a socialite gathering or a family get-together, parties don’t throw themselves. A successful party needs a great deal of attention to detail which you can give only by planning ahead of time. You need to make a check list, because (it’s no joke) planning has plenty of things that need to be looked into.

First and foremost, you need to decide on the nature of the party. Is it going to be a birthday party or will you be celebrating some other private occasion? Or is it going to be a formal, business event? Only with figuring out the nature of the party can you decide upon the guest list. For a fun, loud celebration, you might want it to be a huge gathering with guests of all age groups. For something much quieter and personal, you may want to involve only close friends and family.

Satisfying your guests is a certain priority, so don’t mess up with your guest list. Invite people who you really click with or who you want to get to know better. You don’t want to be dealing with remorseful guests that simply refuse to be content, they always ruin the mood. If you want a big event, ask them to bring their friends.

Regardless of the size of the party, make sure you have a sheer idea of the number of invitees. This way, it’d be easier to accommodate and keep them happily occupied. Some people like to just sit and watch- see that your party venue has comfortable seating arrangements. Others love to let loose and mingle- get a dance floor, never mind the size.

Check your calendar and decide the date of the party. Will your guest list primarily involve kids? Look for school holidays. Want your party in a happening location? Check with the venue for available dates and book ahead. Is it a family get-together? Make sure that your party is hosted to perfectly suit all your invitee’s time and availability.

The second thing to keep in mind when organizing a party is to execute it. Planning can be fun, you’ll be bubbling with creative ideas but once you get to executing them you’ll be wondering where all that enthusiasm left to. Execution equals exhaustion. Executing a party involves choosing the perfect theme for your party. Try to choose something that is up-to-the-minute but at the same time not overly flabbergasting. Make sure that the theme can be accepted and appreciated by all those on your guest list.

Give a lot of thought to the entertainment and food that you will be providing at the party. Plus, it should go hand in hand with the theme of the party. If it’s Halloween, you can put up psych booths and spook houses. Along with candies, ginger bread figurines and cobwebs play some Halloween themed music. Please don’t make it too depressing. Music is as important as food and amusements so choose the music that puts people in the mood.

Lastly, check your party venue for booby traps. No kidding, the best parties have the best of the best gatecrashers, so keep your venue secure with good security systems like ADT Home Security Systems.

Heather Protz - About Author:
Heather is a cheery, enthusiastic college student. As a freelancer, she likes to share her college experiences with the rest of the world. Her move to college was a lot more easier with the packing and moving service provided by Moving Companies

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