October 06, 2015
Planning a party can be overwhelming. There are so many details! How many people are coming? What all are you going to need? Food, drinks, decorations, a location, and people! Don’t forget the people, they are vital. One of the best ways to get this process rolling is to pick a theme for your party.
Benefits of a Theme
The hardest part of planning a party is getting started. This is where picking a theme is so important. It gives you a framework on which to build your party! If you pick a good theme, half the party planning is already going to be done for you! Paper Eskimo provides products organized by theme. If your two year old loves elephants, lions and clowns why not throw a circus themed birthday party? Well conveniently Paper Eskimo has an entire line built just for you! Now you can check decorations and supplies off of your shopping list and start focusing on all the other little details.
Remembering the Fun
No one likes a party with too many rules. Don’t let your theme run your party. Let the party be shaped by the theme. The priority here is to make sure everyone has fun. Decorations are fun, food is fun, drinks are fun, and activities are fun. But stay away from rules. If you want people to dress up for your party, you should encourage them, not makes demands of them. If a particular activity or game isn’t working, that’s okay, move on! Does a recipe you found on Pinterest look delicious, but not fit in exactly with your theme? Who cares, make it anyway! The goal at any party is to have fun and make memories. The primary theme of any party you throw should be a simple one: FUN!
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