Do you have a kid who is graduating this summer? That is probably the best reason to throw a party there is. This is a perfect excuse to get all the family and your kid’s friends and their parents together for a graduation party. Here are some tips to help you pull it off.
Make A Simple Menu
As with any party, you have to decide just how much work you want to do. If you want to fire up the grill, then that means someone has to operate the grill. For things you’re cooking, you might be stuck in the kitchen for hours. Keep it simple and send out for pizza or get some trays of pasta or tacos from a local restaurant that does catering. Remember, it probably won’t take a lot to make this crowd happy in terms of food.
Get A Cake
Along with the easy food choices, you’ll want to get your local bakery or grocery store to make the graduation cake. Again, you’re not looking to blow away your guests with tiers of cake. You might even want to go retro and recreated their first birthday cake.
Utilize Party Rentals
Whether you’re throwing the party in the backyard or inside the house, you’ll probably need to bring in extra tables and chairs. A party rental company can help with that. They can also provide things like silverware, tablecloths and maybe a cotton candy machine.
Consider Hiring Help
You might want to look into hiring some help, even if it is just for the day. Having someone one clean up and replenish patrol will be a big help and free you up to enjoy more of the party. Some catering companies can offer this type of help which can come in handy when setting everything up.
Clean Up Clutter
Before the tables and chairs come in, you want to make sure you’ve cleared space. This is where a session with Junk King Birmingham can make a huge difference. The two-man moving crew who will be dispatched at your home can do some amazing clearing around your back yard. They can haul away a swing set, playground equipment or anything else that is taking up room. Let Junk King Birmingham help you get your home ready for a spectacular graduation party.