Are you done with the excessively crowded clubs where there’s no crowd and music filter? We understand your misery and here’s why we think that pledging to indulge in house parties is a much better bet. And guess what, there’s no time limit unlike in a club where you wish that the DJ could play at least one more track.
But as fancy as the concept sounds, arranging a house party is an act where your organisational skills are put to test. While the guest list is yours, so is the music and the hours till which the party stretches, you could use a few tips to make this otherwise cumbersome task easier and less taxing. The one most significant thing to keep in mind is to delegate work and divide responsibilities amongst friends as opposed to playing a high-flying, solo host and bearing the brunt of the stress and inconvenience to handle multiple tasks.
Tip no. 1
Well, you can’t expect to throw a party and have people feel hungry or left with no choice of alcohol, right? While food can either be furnished from your kitchen or be called for as home delivery, to identify the booze requirements is tricky and also, an expensive affair. While some stick to Smirnoff, others would want to savour Black Dog. So, the best way is BYOB (Bring Your Own Booze). Each person can carry a quarter or bottle of what they’d like to drink and make it a whole lot easier for the host and also themselves.