How To Host A Dinner Party – A Complete Checklist

Posted on July 16, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Dinner party planning is made easier when you take steps to organize and create a checklist for yourself. Here are some things to think about as you plan your dinner.

4 To 6 Weeks Before Your Dinner Party:

  • Decide whether you wish to host a casual dinner party or a formal dinner.
  • Who is the dinner party for? ( work, friends, family, etc..)
  • Establish your budget. Try this dinner party budget calculator.
  • Create guest list.
  • Create dinner invitations.
  • Establish a time and place. With PurpleTrail invites, you can build consensus with your guests to make sure everyone can attend.

3 To 4 weeks Prior To Your Dinner Party:
After you have established the type of dinner party you’ll be hosting and have a guest list, it’s time to start thinking about the dinner party food and decorations. These are some things you can do about a few weeks in advance.

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Nice post! I’m simply stopping by to say that I definitely enjoyed reading this post, it’s really clear and well written.

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