I love the details of party planning, but what do you do when you have a tight timeline and little assistance for setup. You follow my 3 steps to planning & executing a party:
- Know your theme
- Evaluate the size of your space and plan accordingly
- Be detailed without going overboard.
Everyone is different, but these are the rules that I tend to stick to.
I’m big on Pinterest, but I don’t let those themes go to my head.
I can usually come up with big ideas, but I am usually a one woman production when it comes to set-up and execution, so I have to stick with what’s realistic for me. I already know that I’m going to be the mom that brings back the hot-dog and Cheetos type of party with a good old yellow sheet-cake!
(These themed one year old parties are cute…. but I’m not interested in having a wedding style party that my child may only remember from looking at pictures. No shade, that’s just me. #Frugal)
Still, having a nice party or get-together is a great thing to do. One way of accenting a space without spending a ton of money is to use effective lighting. That’s where this DJ Party light comes in.
I received this item at a discounted price to review and I was super excited about the opportunities it presents for future events. I would use this for a dance party, church sleep overs, or even for a Christmas Party (or outdoor Christmas lighting).
Here’s a video clip from my YouTube Channel (no sound).
You check out the item here on Amazon