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Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Summer or Spring Party


So we thought as the weather is finally brightening up in Wales, an unusual occurrence, we are going to share with you our ideas for a summer or spring party in your back garden. We don't really have summer or spring parties but as we are so down in the dumps with our exams we thought that a party would be a great pick up on the stress and nerves we have had.

Firstly it is important that there is enough space for the number of people that you are inviting. Therefore your garden needs to be big enough to have a party if you want to take advantage of the sun whilst it is still there.

We take full advantage of having a bar in the back garden and even get excited over a bottle opener on the bar. You can decorate the bar to fit the theme of your party and it is a great way to liven up the party. We find that using solar powered fairy lights is a great effect  and a nice setting when the party leads into the evening. Keeping drinks here is good as ours is next to our make shift dance floor and therefore it is easier to get a drink when feeling tired.

The decking is a great little make shift dance floor compared to the grass although most of us end up on the grass anyways. It is a great dance floor when it leads into the night and there are solar panel lanterns creating the party feel but also adding a touch of romance.

If you have any archways into the garden it is good to decorate them as it makes a good photo area and is a nice little entrance into the main area of the party. It is also good to have a lot of small little party snacks that people can just go back and forth to the archway for these and not miss out on any of the party. The food will also not be in any danger of bugs and falling on the grass.

Send us your pictures of your parties on our twitter or tag us in the photos on Instagram which is linked at the very bottom or tweet us some of your favourite party moments. You can also leave us a comment on what you would like to see in the future and if you have any tips from us on our ideas. Don't forget to tweet us that you have shared our blog or that you have read it so we can give you a shout out and a follow,

Thank you see you next week x


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