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Jane Miller | makanmate

How to Organize Party without Any Glitch

Nov 14th 2014 at 2:20 AM

Planning for the party has always been a time for trouble call for most of the party hosts. Sending invites on time and ordering for food and drinks is not sufficient. It is just the beginning of your trouble since there is a lot more from where this came from. If you are the throwing party for the first time on a special occasion, it is better to keep a rain check on everything. Organizing a party is easy given you have maintained everything in right order along with being ready to face troubles until your last guest leaves.

Some of the simple tips to plan, throw and enjoy the party are:

- Plan it through!

Planning for the party properly can reduce most of your troubles during the event. Make a quick checklist of everything that is required in the party such as paper glasses, paper plates, chairs, tables, decoration, food, drinks, music, space to dance and arrange everything. In case of house party or college party, try to choose the part of the house with maximum space.

- Get everything in sufficient number!

Even though you are expecting only invited guests over for the party, it is wise to get every utility in multiple numbers. Some of the people are habitual of bringing their friends to their friend’s parties so the number will surely be more than you have expected. Get more glasses, plates, drinks and arrange for more food with help of the catering services in Singapore.

- Keep food in separate places!

Some of the party throwing people tends to do a major mistake spoiling all the food to be served by storing it all at the same place. Storing cold foods and hot foods at the same place will spoil both of them. Keep your cold foods or salads in refrigerator for keeping it fresh. Heat the hot food right before serving and keep it covered with foil to preserve the freshness and heat.

- Keep drinks sealed!

Often hosts open all the bottles they have in order to save a couple of minutes for serving them. This can kill the fizz of the drink in case you are serving beer, soft drink or wine. However, wine should be allowed to breathe for a couple of minutes before serving, leaving the bottle open for hours are not advisable.

By following above mentioned tips, you can avoid most of the troubles related to utilities, food and drink supplies. Do not forget to consult the caterer for further suggestions regarding food and drinks.

About the Author…

Jane Miller is in the field of catering service from the past several years. Currently she is working with Makanmate.com, which is leading Catering services provider in Singapore. She is also writing on various topics related to Seminar Catering, Royal Catering, Corporate Food Catering and Event Catering service etc.

 

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