Does the mere idea of organizing a house party get you all excited? Celebrations are widespread, and house parties are an awesome way to dodge extra party planning drama. We’ve arranged four simple tips that can help you to set up a party you’ll never forget.
Who are you inviting?
Unless you want to party all by yourself, you will require a few people over. Choose: do you need your family there, or is this a friend’s only affair? Will it be uncomfortable to have your friends from office having to listen to old childhood stories you aunt pull out at every get-together? Distinctive visitors will mean diverse vibes: your aging uncle may not want to play beer pong with your college friends, and your friends will expect something more than watching a movie while eating pop-corn.
Will the party be in your living room?
It’s absolutely normal not to tolerate people meandering around your condo. If you don’t have enough space in your living room to host 20+ people and lay out a mini buffet catering arrangement in your dining room, have a go at checking your apartments function room or club house – costs differ according to your building, yet they will by and large be less expensive than if you hire a venue elsewhere.
What’s the occasion?
You needn’t bother with a purpose behind a party, yet a subject and a theme makes a difference! Is it a bridal shower, or a birthday party to mark your grandmothers 75th birthday? A housewarming or a casual Friday night BBQ party? Will there be any seating arrangement or would you prefer your guests to walk around and talk to each other? You’ll need to figure out these areas before you could decide the next step.
What will you serve?
What you serve can make or break your event. Depending on the occasion, will need a menu that that fits in well with your visitors and your occasion. With thousands of restaurants and an equal number of caters spread right across Singapore, you are definitely going to find a caterer that can accommodate your experienced baby shower catering in Singapore requirement or your wedding reception cocktail. If you have a long guest list, go for a full buffet so there’s sufficient food to feed them all. If you’re planning a more informal event with lots of networking, canapés or finger food make it simple for your visitors to eat and talk. Tossing a grill? Make sure you to accommodate all dietary requirements.
Hosting a house party doesn’t have to be a messy affair. Especially with this simple list of tips to help you to pull it off, your next house party will definitely be a killer.