Love To Throw Parites? Make Money As A Party Planner

housewarming partyThe holidays are just around the corner and many people will be having parties or attending. If you love plan parties  from the guest list to adding the last touch to make your parties extra special, why not get paid for it.

Put your organization skills to work and coordinate an event that will stand out. There are many types of parties: Holiday, Birthday, Baby Showers, Weddings, Office, reunions, anniversaries and the list goes on.

You can start by volunteering to help a friend with a Church group event, school event or even a backyard over the top BBQ. This will give you an idea of how other people plan good or not so good and what you may do differently. Your style will stand out and people attending the party may want you to do one for them. Word of mouth is still one of the best forms of advertising, so be sure to have business cards on hand.

From your choices of themes, food and customer service, you can be known for your expertise. Start with a small group for say a bridal shower,  baby shower or birthday. There are many things that are already on hand to choose from for your theme.

The key to success is organization and being able to network with many people for different party’s. This means you will want to bring in florist, caterers, rental companies for chairs, tables etc.  If you want to just be the expert for Baby Showers or Weddings you can stay focused on that and still do very well.

Get Your Name Out There

Once you have added a few parties to your resume, (including the ones you volunteered for) get your name out there. Order business cards (VistaPrint.com offers a great deal for first time business cards) then build a website or blog to add to social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

You do not have to have a degree to be a party planner but a few courses in management, money management would be good for the business side.

Have a list of everything you need that you can check off from start to finish. Head on over to The Tip Junkie where she has 11 Free Printable Party Planners and idea’s!

 

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How To Throw a Baby Shower

ID-10096030Baby Showers have been a tradition for many years throughout the world. Some countries celebrate after the babies arrival and others before the arrival. In earlier days, the baby shower before the babies arrival, was to educate the new mother to be on how to take care of the baby and to bring gifts she would need for the babies care. A blanket, booties, cap, etc.  In the Victorian era, new mothers were not allowed to be seen in public soon after the baby arrived, therefore their baby shower was a tea party with gifts and the tradition of the parasol or umbrella was created and filled with the gifts.

Today we have all sorts of ways to celebrate a baby shower and many themes to choose from.  The one key to a great baby shower is organization ahead of time. If you are going to have a baby shower for a new mom or mom having another baby, here are some steps you can take to make it a success.

Set The Date

Give your guests and Mom to be time to prepare for the party and mark their calendars. Try to set a date that is at least 6 weeks before mom to be’s due date. This way in case she goes into labor early, you run less risk of her missing her own party. This also gives her a chance to pick up anything she did not get at the party before the baby arrives. Also when letting her know about the shower, ask if there is anything special she wants for the baby or if she is registered at any store.

For the guests, this will give them time to plan for that day and purchase or make her a gift.

Invite the Guest

Put together a list of new mom’s friends and family. Place a note in the invitation of where the mom to be is registered or of certain things she really wants like, special diapers, bottles, clothes, etc and if they are choosing for a boy or girl. Include an RSVP so you can know not only how many will be showing up but this also helps with an idea of how much food to serve.

Delegate, Delegate, Delegate

Team up with another friend or a couple of friends and split up the responsibilities. Get together and make a list for Decorations, Food/Drinks, Games/Gifts and if it is a surprise party, who will be in charge of getting the new mom to be to the shower.  Split up the list between your team or just you and a co host. One can be in charge of decorations and decorating the day of the shower, another the food, and another in charge of finding games and gifts for the winners. When considering the food, have favorites included that you know the mom to be will like.

There are plenty of online sites that have baby shower games to get idea’s from. When choosing the prizes for the winners of the games, choose something that is not to expensive but useful. Scented candles, a gift card, a lotion and soap for the bath small gift basket, kitchen ware, pretty photo frames. etc.

Visit my board on Pinterest for Baby Shower Games Idea’s.

Say Cheese!

Take plenty of pictures at the baby shower and put them in a photo album for the mommy to be to have as a keepsake.

Enjoy!

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