Start Throwing a speed dating party

Throwing a speed dating party

It’s like a combination of Pictionary and telephone – and the results are ALWAYS hilarious. Don’t like the spotlight on you when you are acting?

In this case, an engagement party, because if you’re just engaged, this is the first celebration that might be on your mind.

Engagement parties are such a lovely tradition (although certainly not something you should feel you HAVE to have, time and budget being major considerations for many) as they give you a chance to celebrate a very exciting moment in any couple’s lives with their nearest and dearest.

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In fact, there’s nothing to say that you can’t have more than one party, to celebrate with different groups, although one big party can be an opportunity for your guests to get to know each other ahead of the big event. Again, there are no rules, although ideally you’ll want to throw the party soon after the engagement to celebrate the proposal and the start of this special time.

You could even surprise your guests with an announcement, although usually the only way to pull this off is if the groom organises it an advance of his proposal, or if you have another viable reason to gather everyone together.

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