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GETTING READY TO PARTY

(According to Maria Waida)

The ultimate party planning checklist template

No matter what kind of party you’re planning, remember to complete all of these checklist items:

Party planning tips 2-3 months before:

Depending on your party planning experience, what time of year it is, and how large or complex you think the party will be, you’ll want to begin preparation as soon as possible!

  • Choose a theme. Check out these ideas for spring parties and summer event themes to get started.

  • Determine your budget. A party actually costs around $30-$60 per person.

  • Choose a few date and time options for the event. Ever wondered how common your birthday is? September 9th is the most popular birth date according to recent data reports.

  • Book an event venue. 69% of event planners select venues based on word-of-mouth recommendations. 58% will use search engines and 34% use online listings and marketplaces.

  • Arrange entertainment. Great party ideas for adults include DIY personal pizza stations, DJs, and themed photo booths.

  • Make a guest list. Guest list etiquette states that party planners should give hosts or key stakeholders a strict number of people they can invite.

  • Order baked goods. Cakes, cupcakes, or pies should be ordered now. Some bakeries will require more or less notice depending on your preferences and their schedule so be sure to triple check their ordering instructions ahead of time.

  • Order supplies if you’re making your own decor. And take a peek at these simple and creative DIY party decorating ideas while you’re at it.

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