Malibu, CA (PRWEB) April 21, 2013
Extravagant parties are on the rise, and parents and brides alike are more than willing to spend a lot of money to achieve a one-of-a-kind celebration, says GigMasters.com. The party site recently released their top kids’ party trends of 2012, and the figures are astonishing. 33% of parents spent $300-500 on their child’s birthday party while 14% spent over $1,000, reflecting the opinion held by 25% of parents that the more extravagant the party the better. These numbers carry over to other types of parties, including bridal showers and receptions. Do the Bride a Favor believes that a personalized, detailed party is extravagant in itself.
When planning your party, keep these tips and tricks in mind:
1. Set a timeline. Setting a timeline for your party is important. Having dates written down for the completion of party details is incredibly helpful, and takes the guesswork out of planning. Bad planning can mean last minute costs.
2. Create a board on Pinterest or an idea board. Pinning ideas you love onto a board, or cutting them out of a magazine is a time-saving secret. Not having to remember directions or ideas to create custom bridal favors is a concrete way to save time on planning and helps you remember the money-saving deals you find along the way.
3. Do it yourself. Many favors and decorations can be created at home for pennies on the dollar. Use the internet to find deals on your supplies, and take advantage of sales and coupons by using coupon code websites.
Planning a party should be fun and enjoyable. Do the Bride a Favor believes that putting some work into your celebration will go miles in making it a one-of-a-kind event!
Do the Bride a Favor is proud to release their tips on saving money while party planning, on the heels of some surprising party planning figures.
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Do the Bride a Favor is a website designed to help you throw a one-of-a-kind party, complete with tips, tricks, and vendor advice.