Plan A Party Everyone Will Love*

*This is a collaborative post*

It makes no difference what the occasion is: everyone loves a party. It could even be no particular occasion at all; in fact, these impromptu parties are often the best. But even impromptu parties have some degree of planning, and it is likely that the more you plan, the better off your party will be. But how can you ensure that you are going to keep everyone happy at once? As it happens, most people are looking for ultimately the same things at parties. As long as you are able to provide these essentials, you will find that you can host a party which will be much loved by everyone. Let’s have a look at the essentials one by one.


The Invites

There is a lot to be said for not just how you invite people, but when you invite them. It goes without saying that you want your party to be as heaving full of people as possible, and to ensure that you need to be a little clever about your invitations. These days, most people will invite their friends via social media or text messaging - or maybe a call at a push. How you do it doesn’t matter, but try to invite everyone in the same way if possible. This makes it much easier to keep track of who is coming and who isn’t, and it also means that others can keep up to date with this information as well. You also need to make sure that you are sending out the invitations, whether on paper or digitally, early enough to ensure a good turnout. This can be tricky to do, but it is vital if you want as many people as possible. The more the merrier, as they say, and when it comes to a house party that is definitely the case.

The Drink

There is nowhere that says that you have to drink in order to have a good time - but for a lot of people, it does help. If you are hosting a party, you will want to make sure that there is plenty of alcohol for everyone, and that can be something of a mission to achieve. You can help yourself out here by politely asking people to bring a bottle of their own. If you provide a good combination of drinks and every guest brings a little, you can be sure that there is going to be plenty for everyone - and that means great things going forward. You will also want to make sure that you actually have a good combination of different drinks, especially if you have all sorts of people coming to your party. It is usually a good idea to get hold of mixed beer cases, as well as a few different types of wine, in order to make sure you are catering for everyone. You might even want to have a spirit or two, depending on what kind of party you want it to be!


The Theme

A party doesn’t have to have a theme, but it sure helps, especially if you want to have a central point of focus for the get-together. Themes can be tricky to dream up, however, and you probably want to make sure that it is something which is going to make sense to everyone as well as possible. If you come up with a theme, be sure to let everyone know well in advance. That way, they can prepare for the party, either by dressing up or providing some kind of prop. It can be surprising what a big difference this can make to a party, and it is definitely worth thinking about if you are keen on providing a party which people will not forget for a long time to come. With themes, it is worth remembering that, often, the simplest are the best to execute, and the most likely to succeed. As long as you remember that, there is no reason that you can’t successfully make a themed party next time around.


The Music

If there is anything that most people would agree is vital for a party to land, it has to be the music. The fact is that you just can’t have a party without plenty of music to drive it forward, so this is going to be an essential which you will want to spend some real time on. If you find it is helpful, get a friend to help you and come up with a playlist. This needs to appeal to everyone’s tastes as well as possible, but still be true to you - and any theme if you have one. With that, you can have a party you will never forget.

*This post was contributed by Sam Jones

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