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You want to host a party but you want to do something different for your party than everyone else. You want to have a party that everyone will have fun at, people will think is cool, and will tell everyone what a fun time they had. Make this party something that your friends will want to post to their story and remember fondly for years and years.
Your first decision is selecting your desired theme. Choosing a theme for your party is the best way to create a starting point for planning. You can decorate like crazy, serve fun and tasty theme related food, listen to some music, dance and play some party games. Rest assured that hosting your party with some teen party ideas, will make your party go off without a hitch.
Things To Consider:
Is your house ready for a party? Simple “Party Proofing” will save you from a lot of trouble and unnecessary grief. Do a sweep through and put away anything valuable or breakable. Tech and jewelry can also go “missing” at a party and should also be placed somewhere safe. If everything is set and organized before the party starts you and your guests will find it more enjoyable.
Decorating can make all the difference. After you have your theme you can begin to organize your ideas to transform your party space. Whether you are renting a space or hosting at home you want to organize colors, stations, and all the fun things that will help to transform your spaces.
I’m putting this in here only from past experience and because I was a teen once too. Hide all of your parents' liquor bottles and anything else that really shouldn’t be in the hands of your guests. Your family and yourself are liable if there is anything illegal happening at your home, so beware of your local laws. When teens get together they create a lot of peer pressure. Some creating a safe environment will be helpful.
Do you know everyone coming to your party? Send out invitations and make it known that only certain guests are invited. It is super easy for numbers to get out of hand at a party. If you have unexpected guests arrive, don’t be afraid to uninvite them if they are causing grief. Have your phone handy for a quick call for some help. Plan for the worse, hope for the best.
Respect Your Neighbors
Everyone was a teen once. However, some forget and are not as forgiving when it comes to some teen behavior. Sometimes a courtesy call before your party letting them know that you are having a few friends over, will win over a neighbor and save you from a noise complaint. A lot of districts will have noise laws, where the noise needs to be turned down around 11pm for instance, so make sure your music is adjusted and your outdoor guests are respectful to both the noise level and your neighbors personal property.
Keep it cool
Parties are fun, and as a host you are supposed to have fun too. Planning ahead with a few of these teen party ideas will help you relax and enjoy yourself. The five keys for Perfect Teen Parties: decorating, music, food, refreshments and games/activities. Have lots of games and activities to help keep your guests happy and occupied.
We wish you all the best hosting your perfect party.