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You will need A schedule A venue A budget. A guest list Invitations A menu A theme Decorations Centerpieces and entertainment.
Step 1. Make a schedule of events to keep track of everything that needs to be done.
Recruit family and friends to help with the many last-minute details.
Step 2. Pick a place to party.
Decide whether the party will be held at a home or at another location.
Step 3. Set the budget and date, decide how many people to invite, and send invitations.
Don’t forget the little things that add up quickly, including centerpieces and ice cubes.
Step 4. Decide whether to cook or have the food catered.
Step 5. Pick a theme and decorate.
Shop for center pieces, invitations, and other party supplies centered on the main theme.
Step 6. Designate a staging area for a band or DJ and get ready to party.
Did you know A 2009 report found the average rate for U.S. public high school students graduating on time was 73 percent.
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