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When you are planning a reunion party, it can be difficult to figure out how to make everyone happy. After all, reunions are when people who have been apart for a long time come back together to share their lives once again and catch up. That means planning one is going to be a matter of bringing together people who have far-ranging tastes and expectations and doing so without the ability to coordinate with all your attendees directly.
Putting Together the Invitations
The first significant step after you pick a date and location is to set up your invitations. When you plan your reunion party invitation design, it’s important to remember the various pieces of information your guests will need. That means being clear about the party location, the time, the duration, and any extra expectations like bringing a dish to share. It also means customizing your reunion party invitations to send the right message to attendees. On top of the information you need, friendly messages let your guests know what the party is all about and what to expect, and adding some photos can help excite them about attending.
Planning the Party Itself
It’s possible to build reunion parties around some themes, from family reunions to bringing high school classmates or siblings in Greek fellowship together. No matter what kind of organization you are planning your reunion for, there are a few elements you will need on the day of the party. Decorations along a color theme that helps bring the room together are a minimum, and if they have a caterer for your event, you might need menu cards or place cards, which you can easily customize from wedding paper product choices to suit the needs of your get-together. You can find more information in our party planning guides about how to put together a reunion that your guests will remember.