How to Plan the Perfect Party

1293 words 6 pages
Sue Doe
Professor Brown
Engl 1301
How to Plan the Perfect Party When you decide to have a party, you must realize that the people you invite are there to have a good time. If you do not plan the party correctly and your guests do not enjoy themselves, they may never come back to one of your get-togethers. Take this into consideration when planning the event even if making the necessary arrangements becomes time consuming and tedious. No matter what, remember how important it is to take the time to plan your party step by step. The steps you must take in order to plan the perfect party are to first identify the theme, second calculate your budget, and lastly make the final touches in order to successfully plan and have the perfect
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After that, decide on what activities you will have at your party. Once again, your activities must be appropriate for the theme, your guests, and also your location. When pondering over the various different activities you can choose from to entertain your guest, you will need to make a list of anywhere from three to five choices. Choosing this many activities will encourage variety and enhance the chances of you fulfilling your guests’ expectations.
Finally, the last main step is making the final touches in order to successfully plan the perfect party. The final touches to the party are going to consist of making and sending the invitations; calculating the preparation time; and maintaining a positive mindset throughout the entire process. Begin your next main step by preparing the invitations. When preparing the invitations you want to “try to make them fun and different” and of course support the theme of the party (“How to Plan the Perfect Party”). Make certain that in the invitation you let your guest know what the occasion is. You also want to ensure to annotate what time the party starts and what time the party ends. This will inform your guest of what time they should plan on showing up as well as what time they can plan on leaving. Another informative gesture is listing the location of your party on the invitation. This will allow your guest to map the location and identify how long it will take them to get to the


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