6 Tips And Tricks To Host A Successful Weekend Party
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Don’t you get a tingling feeling in your stomach and a smile on your face when you realise that the weekend is just around the corner and you don’t have to work the regular 9 to 5? Well, if that’s the case and you want to do something special this weekend, call up your friends and host a weekend party!

Imagine all the fun you can have dancing, singing, munching on your favourite food, and having a couple of fancy cocktails. So, what are you waiting for? Don’t spend another weekend lying in your bed and scrolling through memes when you can party!  But before you freak out about the last-minute preparations, here are some tips to have a successful house party on the weekend. 

Make A Guest List

Even though spontaneity might seem exciting, having unannounced guests at your house party at the last minute could be chaotic. So, to plan a successful weekend party, have a guest list ready and plan the menu accordingly. As per the number of RSVPs received, you can stock up on snacks and beverages to prevent running out of food in the middle of the night.

Pick A Theme

Having a theme for your weekend party can take it to the next level. You can have everyone dressed up as their favourite Bollywood movie characters, have a coloured theme, or just decide on having a movie marathon, karaoke night, and so on. But to make the party a hit, plan in advance so that you can even have some time to decorate your place as per the theme.

Prepare Snacks

The most important tip is to prepare most of the snacks in advance as people might forget how your place looked but not how the food tasted. But you also don’t want to slog in the kitchen the entire time, so keep some food ready. For example, nachos, pizza, finger sandwiches, fries, nuggets, chicken wings, chips, etc.

Have A Cocktail Counter

Next, you should have a cocktail counter set up so everyone can enjoy their favourite drinks without having chaos. You can place some bottles of spirit bases like vodka, whiskey, rum, etc., along with soda, lemon, some juices, and a lot of ice cubes. Other than this, you can also have chopped fruits or mint leaves for a wholesome experience. 

Make A Party Playlist

The catfights over background music and the songs you want to dance to are real. So, to avoid them, you can have a shared playlist where all your guests can add their favourite songs, and nobody would have a problem. This way, all you’ll have to do when the party is to dance your worries away!

Arrange A DIY Sundae Bar

Finally, you can end the party on a sweet note by setting up a DIY sundae bar. You can have different flavours of ice cream set up, letting your guests pick and eat their favourite one. On the side, have some toppings ready, like crumbled cookies, brownie bits, sprinkles, chocolate sauce, chocolate chips, and so on.