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Want to Organize a Garden Party? Here are 7 steps to Follow
13 September 2021
It’s time for a garden party. After attending many garden parties yourself, it’s time to organise one yourself. But you don’t know how. Well, that’s where we come in. We are here to help you out with 7 steps to organise your own extravagant garden party.
1. Which theme is the one for you?
If you’re planning on throwing a garden party for at least 10 people, we suggest choosing a theme. Think about composing a moodboard on pinterest or real-life, because this will visualize your party scheme. Wish you were in Mexico during your garden party? Throw a Mexican party with a pinata and bright colours. You can also go for soft colours such as white, beige and sand. But, you can also pick a theme that’s very crazy. Whatever you pick, it’s up to you.
2. Design a beautiful invitation
Even if it’s just an informal garden party, sending invites is always a nice idea. These can be sent through actual cards, email or just a simple text message. You can use Canva to create a beautiful invitation to send to your guests. In that invitation you should be specific about the date, location, time of arrival. Also request an RSVP (répondez, s’il vous plaît) so you know exactly who’s coming.
3. Start think about decoration
Did you pick a place in the garden where the party can be held? Then you can think about what kinds of decorations you can use. Bring out the balloons such as helium balloons, pom poms and paper lanterns to amplify your theme. Our tip is: don’t hold back on ambience lighting. Because when the sun goes down, there is a whole other vibe to your party. Your backyard will look like a twinkly paradise once you have installed lanterns, loads of candles and string lights.
4. Being comfortable is key
Your guests being comfortable should be your top priority. Whether there is a heatwave going on or it’s pouring down with rain. Of course, you want to have sunscreen lying around in case of hot weather. Also, think about shaded areas of umbrellas, big top tent rentals, or big open areas for tents and heating lamps for nighttime. And if it’s really hot, make sure you have some citronella candles and bug spray on the tables for all the insects. Also make sure you have plenty of different seating arrangements. A bench over here, a table with chairs over there. Even create some chill spots on the grass for people to lie on.
5. Seasonal meals for the win
Serving a seasonal menu will be a big hit for your party. Whether a chef is coming to make it for you, a catering company delivers it or you make it yourself. There are different types of ways you can implement seasonal food. For example, you can start with a cocktail with seasonal fruit ingredients. But you have to know that food doesn’t have to be that expensive. It’s all about the things you want. Do you want to serve a five course menu or just want small bites during the night. Throwing a barbecue, buffet or even a tea party. These are all points you need to take into consideration and which one will suit your garden party style the best.
6. Play some fun garden games
A garden party isn’t complete without a lot of fun garden games. Think about some lawn games such as criquet or jeu de boule. And when the night starts to evolve and everyone gets a little bit tipsy, get a limbo stick and show how low you can go. You can also consider renting games in the xxl version such as giant jenga or twister.
7. Music to set the mood
Disclaimer: If you have close neighbours, don’t put the music too loud. You don’t want to have a feud going on because of a party. And if you don’t have close neighbours, turn it up and have fun.
Playing music is a great way to get the atmosphere in the right direction. Maybe you can hire a DJ or make a spotify playlist in which every single attendee can add numbers to it. That way, everyone can have fun with their own songs.
Are you ready for your summer party? Follow these steps and we’re sure you will have an amazing time.
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