Where did those golden days go where partying never went out of style? Not that it ain’t fun anymore, but some of those awesome old-fashioned traditions that were the life of the party have kinda disappeared over time. We just don’t do them anymore. Don’t really know why.
Do you miss those traditions?
These 6 awesome old-fashioned party traditions might give you a reminder of what you’re missing out on and maybe, just maybe, you’ll think of including them in your next party!
- Paper invitations
The joy of receiving paper invitations is just something else. It gives a sense of how much effort your host has put into planning the party and making sure that you get an invitation that makes you feel special. And then technology came and ruined it.
- A dress code
Having a dress code for a party never goes out of style. A specific theme according to the mood of the party, and everyone’s creative ideas coming to life in the form of clothes is such a popping sight! Well, this also means better posts to your Instagram, right?
- Playing records
Bring records for your music and that will light your party up like nothing else! It’s going to be super cool to have vinyl albums playing instead of a playlist from a sound box. Take your moves to the floor as you admire that old-fashioned classy music!
- A signature cocktail
Your chance to show them who’s the best host is right here – a signature cocktail. Get ready with a signature cocktail, a drink that would stand out from all the others at the party and be the boss of your party.
- Playing charades
Beer pong and other drinking related games are not the only games you can play at a party to have some great fun. You could turn to the classic charades and have an amazing night of entertainment! It sure is old, but never stops being fun. And well, drinks and charades does seem like a very interesting combo. So, try it next time!
- Sending Thank You notes
If you had some great fun hanging out at your friend’s party, then send a thank you note! And not a text message or a tag on social media, but an actual note, handwritten by you. Yes, it is a little old-fashioned, but trust me, it will make your friend feel so good that you took time to appreciate their efforts. And it will hardly take you two minutes. Just try it the next time. You’ll like it, and so will your host.