Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Throwing an Amazing Housewarming Party

You have now moved into your new home! You are probably experiencing a lot of excitement with just a touch of relief.

It's been a long haul, but you have finally finished. There have been a lot of obstacles to jump over that you have had to deal with in the past couple months.

You knew you wanted your house to be built, but you had to find a small piece of land that was just perfect for you and your little family. Next was finding a company that would actually build the home.

Once you found that, you had to wait patiently while the company took the time to build the compound. Hopefully the process went as smoothly as possible, but sometimes problems can easily arise in the building process.

Once the actual house was built, then you needed to pack up your hordes of stuff and move it into the space! If you have large pieces of furniture like couches or pianos, this can be easier said than done.

But now you have everything moved in and situated. Your family can get settled in, and you are done, right? Not yet!

You still have one more important thing on the list- you have to throw a housewarming party! Besides, you need to celebrate all the work that you have accomplished over the recent amount of time.

Hosting a housewarming party is not an easy walk in the park, though. There are certain things that you need to do in order to make it a great social gathering.

So what exactly do you need to do to make it the best gathering possible? Here are some great tips that your family can use to make your bash the talk of the new neighborhood.

The first thing that you need to realize is that the housewarming party needs to be hosted by the actual family that moved into the house. In some families, the grandparents or another member of the family will try to take control of the festivities and try to host the whole thing.

Don't let them do this! You put all the work into this new home, and you need to celebrate it yourself so that you can feel good about it.

Once you decide this fact, it is time to plan the festivities. The first thing you need to do is send out invitations.

You could rely on just telling people yourself, but sending out invitations is just much more formal and efficient. You will also know exactly who is coming to your party, so you don't have any party crashers!

Don't invite too many people or send out too many invitations. It is a good idea to keep the festivities small.

This might entail only inviting a few of your choice neighbors and immediate family members. Why exactly would you want to keep the party small?

If you think about it, you have just moved into your new home and it will never look as spotless as it does right now. Inviting too many people could track unnecessary dirt and grime into the house and start your living situation off on the wrong foot.

Having a small group of people invited will keep the clutter under control so that you don't have to deal with the aftermath of the fun later.

Once you have started the party, you need to make sure to give everybody a grand tour of the home, so that they can see exactly what they are there for.

It is important to do this once you know everybody is present at the party, so that you can do it all in one sweep. Otherwise, you will spend the whole night giving each individual guest a tour of the rooms, which takes you away from the party.

Also be sure that all the rooms in your house are clean and boxes are put away. I don't think your guests want a tour of a home that looks like the entirety of it is packed away in boxes.

Finally, the grand tour won't be the only thing that you will do at your party. Make sure there are refreshments, games, and plenty of other things for your guests to do.

1 comment:

  1. Yes, you've got a point there. It is your celebration so it should be your own festivities. Some of the fun housewarming party games that you can try are gift bingo, dancing and design a room. That'll be fun.

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