How to Plan a Party

How to Plan a Party
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Terms to Define 1. Venue: Any building, party room, area at a restarunt, desginated for party celebrations. 2. DJ: a person that coordinates music at special events and parties.

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  • When first planning a party, the first step is picking a venue and a theme. If you are to have it at your home, you must first make sure it can accommodate the amount of people you're inviting. If it is at a venue, reserve the date.
  • Next, you must sit down and make a list of friends and correspondents that you wish to invite. Once again, take in account how many people your venue or home will accommodate. Make note in the invitations that you need a reservation as soon as possible. You may also invite your friends on social media such as Facebook. Send out the invitations.
  • Friends List 1.Anna 2.Jared 3.Austin 4.Taylor 5.James 6.Cassie
  • After sending out the invitations, go to your local party store to buy decorations. When purchasing decorations, make sure it correlates with the theme chosen. Make sure the colors also go together.
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  • Deli
  • After choosing the decorations, the next, and most important step is getting the food and refreshments for your party celebration. You can buy takeout or food to prepare. You can buy small sandwiches, fruit, chips and drinks. If you buy food to prepare, make it at least 3-4 hours before the party. Make sure to have enough food for everyone. Buy the food on the day of the party so it is fresh.
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  • Once the food have been purchased, and you have the decorations, go to the venue and set up. If you bought food to make, be sure to make it 3-4 hours in advance, as well as setting up the decorations in advance. DO NOT put out the food until 30 minutes before the party starts to ensure fresh,hot food.
  • Another crucial component of a party is the music. Be sure to have a diverse playlist of music, or a designated DJ. Play the music before the crowd gets there, to set the party mood. The food can also be set out, as you wait for the party to arrive shortly. Greet you r guests as they arrive.
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