The keys to organizing an unforgettable party are: Choose your guests well, use your creativity and spend little money. The issue of capital invested is fundamental, many people believe that only spending fortunes can make a good party and this is… Totally false!
Food and drinks: If you can’t spend much money on food and beverages, we recommend that you organise the party at midnight so that people will have already eaten something. Just a few good drinks, beer and summer smoothies will do. Another option to spend less is for your friends and guests to cooperate by bringing drinks or something to eat.
Place: If you can’t use your home or a friend’s home, don’t worry, have you ever thought about partying in a park or public place (on your way to the mountains or near the river)? It’s much fun, though, don’t mess up the area, and make sure you clean up before you retire. Moreover, in case you want to rent a home, ask several people and choose the cheapest option.
Food and drink: To avoid spending money on dishes, we recommend that you think about foods that you can serve on a napkin (sandwiches, empanadas, snacks). Do not soil your dishes and do not buy disposable as it damages the planet.
Invitations: When inviting your friends or colleagues, we recommend that you use online software. The invitation will be sent to their email address, and they will be able to book that day (save the date) – easy, cheap and safe!
Budget: Establish a budget in advance and be guided by it. Don’t spend any more or less. Something that is very beneficial for your pocket is to buy the essentials first and then the ones you want for pleasure. Check what you can do yourself and save money. You’ll see that they are infinite and that you may even have a budget left over.
Creativity: Be creative! You’ll save yourself much money if you use your imagination. With few materials, you can give your party the best vibe. Phrases with paper letters, balloons, garlands, cotillion…. check out what is used and put your creative part to work.
Guests: When we talk about choosing the right guests, we mean not inviting everyone out of commitment. Surely your party has an objective (to celebrate something meaningful, to welcome someone, to say goodbye to a friend, to celebrate an engagement, etc.) and it is better to be guided by that goal. Ask yourself, “Who would be important to that friend?” Is it necessary to invite people I haven’t seen in a long time? There are many people I know but would it be okay to encourage them that day?
Moreover, if you want to spend even less money than you have planned for your party, Venue Finder gives you the opportunity to have the best service of party venues London at a price far below the standard while maintaining the quality of the place.