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How to Plan a Party

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English Composition 101-309
10/15/2011
How to plan a party
          Planning a birthday a party can be fun and exciting. The anticipation that the planner feels waiting for the reaction of the birthday person brings as much, if not more joy, than it will bring to the person the party is being thrown for. When planning a party there are many important details to be remembered: location, guest list, decorations, and food. Organization is a major key in order for things to run smoothly. As the party planner you should begin by writing out a to-do list. The guest is always the first priority.
          When choosing a guest list it is crucial to invite only those who you are sure the birthday person likes. By inviting people who are unwanted creates unnecessary drama. Also, never be afraid to invite more people than you want to come to the party. The reason for this is, more than likely some people will not show up, and a party with too few people is never a good party.
          Next it is time to decide on the date, place, and time of the party. Most parties take place on the weekends for the convenience of school, and work. Also, be sure that the party does not conflict with the schedule of the birthday person, because they are the priority. Once you have picked a date, and time, make sure that the location you are having the party at is available. Try to choose a place that you know the birthday person will like. After you have confirmed that the date, place, and time are all available it is time to choose the food for the party.
          After choosing a date, place, and time, the food should be the easiest part of all. Finger foods are always the best route to go, because they are simple and you have a wide range of variety. However if budget is an issue you can prepare simple platters such as fruit plates, sandwich trays, cheese and cracker trays, and vegetable trays. This is also the time to order the cake. The cake should match something that the...

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