How to Throw a Great Party

Being social should be a priority in everyones life. It keeps things interesting and keeps you excited with something to look forward to. Parties can be a time to expand your social network, meet your new guy, get dress up in your fancy clothes, put your heels on, or even show off your creative side. And whats better then being the hostess of the most faboulous parties in town.if you want everyone checking their mailboxes for your next inviation, scavenging the mall on a hunt for their next party outfit, checking off the dates on their calender till your party, their are a few rules you must follow. But there's one thing that people dont understand when throwing a party. the more money u spend doesnt garentee a better party. u can keep your coasts low and still have an fab party. so its true everyones being affected by the recission today dont let that affect ur social life. you can have your cake and eat it too.
so follow these rules for throwing a fab party on a budget

determine a budget for the party. and make sure everything fits around your price range. It could be $10 or $1,000, but the main idea is to limit your spending. Write down everything you think you'll need for the party and an estimate of the coasts. Make sure you stay in that frame. This helps you become more aware of what funds are going where. there are three area where money usually gets spent, decorations, food, and entertainment.

decorations fit your decortations around your party's theme.Keep in mind that not everything needs to be purchased for this party. Be smart find a simple house hold item that you may be able to loan from a neighbor, or purchase at a thrift store for next to nothing. Such as extra chairs or tables, this will have the same effect as brand new items. anything you do need to purcashe should be purchased from the dollar store. live at the dollar store, you can find anything you need there, from plastic utensils, streamers,ballons, birthday hats, snacks, and...