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First Date - Dating Tips For Girls
You've seen it before numerous times in skits, movies and TV shows. A room full of people with the
lights off, where some are hiding and everybody tries their best not to make a noise. As soon as the
door opens, everybody yells: SURPRISE!!! And you now have yourself a surprise party. But aside
from this old trick, what do you need to throw a successful surprise party? No matter what occasion it
is for, planning a party takes a lot of hard work, preparation and creativity. But when it comes to a
surprise party, all that must be doubled.So what's the difference between a surprise party and a regular
party? Well, before all the preparation like food and drinks, venue, guests and date, there's one item in
the checklist that should be taken cared of: get the celebrant in the party!
Now, before you brainstorm for that, ask yourself this: does the guest of honor have the humor for a
surprise party? Because, let's face it, not everybody appreciates or enjoys a surprise.If you answered
YES, then let's go ahead and plan that surprise party.First is to think of who's in charge of bringing the
celebrant in the event. This person is in charge of getting the guest of honor into the party. So, yes. He
or she is a very important element in making Sciatique SOS the surprise party a success. Just one slip of
the tongue from this person and you can kiss your surprise party goodbye.Who to choose? This must be
somebody close to your celebrant or somebody that he or she trusts-a lot! Not only is this person in
charge of bringing the celebrant, this accomplice is the only person the celebrant would celebrate this
Aside from a good keeper of secrets, the accomplice must also be a good actor. Well, it's because every
surprise party needs a fake activity.Let's start with what this "fake" activity would be. I am assuming
that you personally know the celebrant (because if you don't, well, you're gonna have a very, very hard
time pulling off this party) so use that to your advantage. You most likely know what he or she would
want to do on this occasion. Is the celebrant the type who'd go out to bars and party? Or maybe a small
dinner at home will do? Well, whatever it is, ask your accomplice to invite your guest of honor to this
"fake" plan on the date and time you have set. So now that the bring-the-celebrant-to-the-party project
is clear, what you have to worry about now is your guestlist.
Whether it is a through a text message, an email, or personal and even a formal invitation letter, be sure
that the words SURPRISE PARTY are understood by all the guests. You should also make sure that all
guests are clear with the time of the party.If you expect the celebrant to arrive at 7:00 p.m., tell the
guests to start coming to the venue around 6:30 p.m. Another sure-fire way not to ruin the party is
through instructing the guests to park their cars far from the venue. Especially, if you'll be celebrating
in the guest-of-honor's house or friend's.To ensure also that no one slips about the surprise party, you
should call or personally talk to the guests if it's clear that the party is indeed a surprise. Another way to
ensure this is to think of the people who are known to be secret-spillers.