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Planning a Secret Surprise Party

>> Apr 10, 2012

Life is full of surprises, and when you have someone in your life that you want to do something special for, then a surprise party can be a very fun and thoughtful way to treat them. Throwing a successful surprise party is all about being able to execute well-planned details in secret, so that on the big day the guest of honour has no idea what is coming. The following tips will help you plan such a party for your special someone, and to help make sure it is a party to remember.

Know the Inner Circle
The very first step to planning a surprise party is to know all of the important people to invite. The longer you have known the guest of honour, the easier this step will be. Planning a surprise party requires a lot more interaction, so you should be ready to get in touch with all of the guests yourself so that you can clue them in on the details.

Plan for Good Timing

Timing is everything when it comes to surprise parties. You need to be absolutely sure as to when the guest of honour will be arriving to the chosen party location, and then have all of the party attendees arrive well before then. Another important aspect is choosing the day that both the guest of honour and the invitees are available. To ensure the guest of honour will be ready for a party, it is wise to make a fake plan with them so that they aren’t surprised in a bad way.

Decide on a Theme
As the organiser you will have all the responsibility for planning, but you must be careful not to plan the party as if it is yours. This is the tough part of planning a surprise party, as you really need to focus on what will be most enjoyable to the guest of honour. Keep reminding yourself that you are planning a party for someone else, and that your sole job is to organise the details. If you are at a loss, you can get together with some of the invitees who know the guest of honour well, and do some brainstorming about what kind of party would be best.

Invitations
Invitations are useful for any kind of party, but are especially important for surprise parties. Since timing is so important, an invitation with the time, date and location on it will ensure that all invitees are at the right place at the right time. On the invitations, state whether people should bring gifts, food or drinks or anything else with them. It might be a good idea to arrange catering, or pick up a few
gourmet hampers for a tasty and diverse selection of cheese, wine and other great party snacks.

Eye for Detail
On the day of the party, start early to make sure all the loose ends are tied up. Have the food ready, as well as any party favours or decorations that you want to include. If you have caterers or a DJ, give them a call to confirm the time that they will arrive. Last, but not least, have a small gift or bouquet of
flowers ready to give the guest of honour when they finally arrive to their party./image:theoutlethome.com/

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