3 Se­crets to Guest Invit­ing g

Anju Chu­lani, the­atre ac­tor and pro party host, ex­plains p how a party p y can go from blah to wow just by en­sur­ing g y you in­vite the right mix i of f peo­ple. l

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en­ter­tain­ing at home, in­vite peo­ple whose com­pany you ac­tu­ally en­joy. That way, chances are ev­ery­one will have a great time as you won’t be stand­ing on cer­e­mony try­ing to make po­lite con­ver­sa­tion with peo­ple you don’t par­tic­u­larly care for. 2Don’t

try to amuse your­self by invit­ing peo­ple to din­ner who you know hate each other. I’ve seen this hap­pen quite of­ten. Un­pleas­ant­ness is not en­ter­tain­ing or amus­ing for any­one, and your guests will col­lec­tively end up judg­ing you and not at­tend­ing your dos’ again. 3If

you’re hav­ing a sit down din­ner, make the ef­fort to find out if any of your guests are veg­e­tar­ian or have food al­ler­gies. The last thing you want is some­one chok­ing from a peanut in the salad dress­ing. There should be enough va­ri­ety and suf­fi­cient op­tions to keep all your rev­ellers happy.

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