When it comes to organising parties, it can be quite stressful. Which is my more people are opting to have close knit gatherings of their closest friends at home instead.
Whether that is a birthday celebration, a baby shower, or simply a chance to get together and catch up. Being the host is one thing, but getting things together so that you can still enjoy the gathering without feeling like you are always serving people's needs is another thing to try and get right. So here are a few tips to help organise a perfect gathering with friends and enable you to make it a little bit special in the process.
Do something a little different
You will gain a little inspiration for the gathering because of the reason you are wanting to host it in the first place, but this shouldn’t just stop there. You might want to think about adding a different element to it. This could be having someone come to the party who is a specialist in selling certain products. This could be clothing, beauty or makeup. In this environment you can try things out and relax, and maybe make a cheeky purchase or two in the process. You could try and be a little more formal and organise an afternoon tea instead. Or think about a dinner party where you al sit at the table instead of gathered in a living room.
Take the stress away
Even if it is a simple gathering at home, there is still an element of stress. Cleaning your home for when people arrive, making sure that everything is in place. The one thing you could outsource could be the food. You could order in sandwich platters so that everything is ready. Or even go all out and hire caterers to put on a dinner party to remember. Just because you are at home, doesn’t mean you have to be boring or mundane with your approach.
A travel, beauty and lifestyle blog with the occasional afternoon tea by Angelina Belle
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