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  Party Planning And Etiquette (11 อ่าน)

9 มิ.ย. 2567 13:35

If you go to the trouble of hosting a party, the last thing you want to do is forget something or cause offence by making a small mistake. One of the ways to ensure all goes according to plan is to make a check list. You should also read up on "party etiquette". It may be a term we do not come across often but believe me, it is just as relevant to hosting a party today as it was decades ago. Party etiquette covers everything from formatting invitations to what presents to bring to a silver wedding anniversary.



In the next few paragraphs we will take a look at what party etiquette has to say about some of the standard elements of hosting a party such as the style of invitations and how a sit down meal should be served as well as some of the more delicate issues such as how to get rid of a guest that has out stayed their welcome.



After setting the date and venue for the party the next thing on your check list should be the invitations. This is probably the most changed element of organising a party. The advent of mobile phones and social media has seen a decline in the use of the postal service. Nowadays there is more chance of an invitation dropping into your e-mail account than onto your door mat.



Shop bought invitations using a "fill in the blanks" format are perfectly acceptable for informal parties. Occasions such 21st Birthday parties and hen nights generally do not require the printing of bespoke invitations but no matter what style you choose make sure you include a section for RSVP details. Asking people to indicate whether or not they are accepting the invitation will allow you to plan the finer details, such as seating arrangements.



When deciding to host a party you probably have an idea of who you would like to attend but don't try to invite more guests than you can cater for comfortably. If that means changing the format of the party then you are better off doing that than causing offence by not inviting people who would expect to be asked.



Party etiquette comes into it's own at formal dinner parties and events. Guests who receive an invitation to a formal party expect a certain standard. They expect to be served at a table that is set with a full set of cutlery and wine glasses with the guest of honour seated to the right of the host. It is not acceptable to ask guests to arrive in formal attire and then serve informally.



At most parties people tend to leave in or around the same time. For people with young families it is usually between 11pm and midnight. However it is not unknown for a couple of guests to draw things out a little longer, often to the point of annoyance. If that is the case try dropping hints such as, do you need the number for a taxi, or would you like a coffee before you go. Depending on the time and your relationship with the guest you may want to try other approaches.



Hopefully after reading this article you will see that doing a little research into party etiquette can pay dividends. You can be sure that any query you may have about what to do in certain situations or how a particular type of party should be organised can be answered simply by making reference to any online or offline party etiquette resource.

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