Published on April 8, 2015

plan ahead
Leaving the party planning for the last minute means forgetting important details like inviting the bride or forgetting the cake.

do what the bride wants
A sit-down tea party probably isn’t the best idea for the quirky friend who's all for adventure.

book an appropriate form of entertainment
Whether you're going the traditional route with classic games, or with something a little more risque.

don’t assume you’re going to get one
Sometimes clues go unnoticed. A little nudge (or blatant hint) won't hurt!

curate the guest list
Invite close friends and family members. The bride's accountant from four years ago? Probably not a good idea.

when throwing a surprise party…
Plan carefully. Sometimes they can backfire.

curate the guest list
Invite close friends and family members. The bride's accountant from four years ago? Probably not a good idea.

go with the flow
When things go south, take a breather! Try to make the most out of the situation, you just might be surprised by the outcome!

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