If you’re planning to celebrate a wedding anniversary, birthday, graduation, bridal shower and a lot more, throwing a garden party is a great idea. Garden parties provide your guests with the opportunity to appreciate nature as they enjoy the special moment.
Here are some tips that will help you spruce things up and throw a successful garden party.
Choose a Theme for Your Garden Party
When organizing a garden party, you need to set a theme that will match the reason for your celebration. Colors set the tone of the party. For you to be able to bring out your theme, make sure that the color you have selected doesn’t seem amateurish. Avoid using too much color since it might give your garden party too much of a carnival look (unless your theme is carnival, then decorate away!). It’s best to have at least 2-3 colors which complement one another. Make sure that the color you will use is bright and the other set is light. To achieve a better look, you can incorporate it in flower arrangements. Just make sure that flowers have a good scent to establish a garden haven.
Prepare the Lawn
If your garden has a lawn, you can alter things to provide a better look. If there’s a pathway through the lawn, you can try placing things a little different by utilizing lanterns or holiday lights. These can be placed on both sides of the pathway. For example, you place a lawn sign that welcomes the guests at the entrance to your garden. With a welcome sign, you’re creating an inviting atmosphere particularly when people are strolling around and chatting.
Establish Your Garden Party Menu
Being a party organizer, you have to understand the various types of delicacies which will surely cheer up everyo
ne. You can work with several options to meet all your guests’ unique taste. If you do not know how to cook, you may hire a catering service that will provide you with great services and cuisine. You can also obtain referrals from friend if they know someone who is reputable when it comes to catering garden parties. When it comes to drinks, as much as possible, you need to have a good stock of drinks that caters to all types of guest. Don’t forget to have extra cases as you will not want to be running to the store in the middle of your garden party.
Garden Party Set-Up
This refers to the arrangement of tables and chairs in an organized and fascinating way. Choose comfortable, airy furniture, such as wicker patio furniture. Make sure that everything needed is in proper place such as interaction, food, fun zones and a lot more. Adding music can lighten up the party, making guests comfortable and positive.