Hosting a party can be a daunting task, not only are you responsible for planning but you should be there at the party ensuring that all your guests are attended to and are having a good time. Many of us make the mistake of ensuring that the food, decoration, and venue are in order and tend to ignore the entertainment part of a party. But throwing a party should not be a chore, it should be something everyone enjoys and that includes yourself too.
How to have fun at your own party?
1. Mix your guestsI know it can be pretty easy if your guests were already familiar with each other, but this is a big mistake, there’s no room left for mystery or getting to know each other since everyone already sees each other most of the time. So, make sure that you invite different kinds of people and friends you rarely meet, this would help to take some heat off you.
2. Have an entertainmentHave some form of entertainment, you can hire some students to sing, as they are much cheaper than hiring a DJ, or just plug in your playlists. If this is a corporate event, then you can get a corporate photo booth hire Sydney, or any other types depending on the occasion.
Moreover, while it’s important for things to fit the theme, it doesn’t mean that everything should fit, for example in the case of a photo booth, it doesn’t necessarily have to fit the evening’s theme or purpose, it would be fun to even mix in a wedding photo booth hire Sydney, you get what I mean right? Just mix things up a bit to make it exciting.
3. Set up a self-serve bar or juice standRemember the hassle of filling up the glass for everyone each time they come, having a self-service counter would just make things easier for you, this way you don’t really have to attend to the guests, your constant presence wouldn’t be that necessary and you can enjoy the party. This sounds expensive, but you don’t really require a full-fledged bar, just set up a table with bottles, glasses and a jar of water. It’s as simple as that.
At the end of the party, your guests would thank you for a wonderful party despite the fact that you weren’t really there most of the time, but this doesn’t mean you should go awol, just greet the guests here and there and go on about the party.