Economical Party Ideas
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A millionaire can throw a lavish party, but what if you don't have much budget? You don't need an impressive bank account to throw a nice event.
Today, I will share some of the best economical party ideas with you that will allow you to throw an awesome party with a minimum budget.
It's all about organization. Create a list of the things you are planning your party and feel a must for you!
Here are important things to think of when throwing a party:
The first thing you need to think of before making plans for a party is the place! Most sites are expensive these days. This might be the most expensive part of your party wish list. If you are planning on having your party on a low budget, here you can find good ideas for free, safe, and awesome venues:
In the wild and nature: You can always throw a party near nature, close to the riverside, in a park, in the valley or at the beach. You choose what type of fun you would like to have. The only thing you need to keep in mind is your safety. If you were not part of the boy scouts when you were younger, you must prepare a safety kit just in case of an emergency. Remember, you will be out in the wild. Once you have that, get ready to party and build amazing memories for very little money.
A house party: This one is common, but it never gets old. This is the best thing you can do to avoid booking a venue. You only need to watch out for your furniture and house items; you don't want your things to get broken or damaged over on a night of partying.
This one is my favorite! For some people, like me, decoration plays a big part when throwing a party. The decor can be expensive, the chinaware, the silverware, the furniture... oh no!
Guess what? There is no reason to stress out about it! Instead of stressing out over China plates, mix and match different plates, bowls, cups, and cutlery designs. This will give a nice fashion effect and save you money!
If you have a couple more bucks, you can always contact a party rental supply company, and they can supply you with china plates too.
What about the decor? If you are a DIY person, you can save some bucks and have fun while doing it. Skip the pricey fresh-cut flowers and create your own centerpieces. Just pick the party's theme and get your hands on it if you are a skilled full person; you can forget about natural flowers and design your own paper colorful flowers to put inside the cups. Recycling can be your best friend. Instead of buying fancy containers for centerpieces, you can be creative and, at the same time conscious, collect a few milk bottles or wine bottles, and you can paint them with oil paint you can find at any supermarket. The materials you need are simple, and you can find them at a dollar store. All you need are cups and some material to fill them; it could be colored rocks or even colored cotton. Buy cartoon paper and toothpicks and create your own themed posters. If you use your creativity, you can create nice centerpieces for less than 10 dollars!
If you are counting on a pretty tight budget, it is a good idea that you keep a short guest list. That way, you will also reduce the cost of food and drinks! Forget about fancy main courses and throw some nice economic appetizers like Soup shooters, meat skewers, and dips, but remember, don't compromise flavor. Alcohol can be a major budget booster, so I advise you to get two types of drinks, maybe buying some cheap wine and prepare sangria or any cocktail drink. Remember to include none alcoholic drinks for designated drivers and people who don't drink alcohol.