Host a Cost-Effective Housewarming Party

by Penny Palmer 09/04/2020

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What better way to unwind after all the stress of moving and settling into a new house than to have a housewarming party? It doesn’t matter if it’s going to be a large shindig or small party, a fancy dinner or a casual barbecue. Whatever the plan, a housewarming party is a fantastic way to show off your new home.

After the cost of moving, you might not want to spend too much on your party. The good news is you can have a housewarming party on a budget. There are no rules or guidelines as to what a housewarming should look like, so work with your space, time, and budget — just ensure you and your guests have fun. Use the tips below as a guide for throwing a housewarming party in your new home without putting a dent in your pocket.

Make a Budget

The first thing to do is to figure out how much you want to spend. You do not have to go overboard financially to throw a great party; work with whatever amount you have available.

Set a Reasonable Date

Choose a date and time that’s comfortable for you — financially and mentally. After the stress of moving and settling in, give yourself enough time to recover before hosting friends and family.

Cap Your Guest List

When there is a budget constraint, limit the number of guests you invite. Restricting guests to your closest friends, your immediate family, and your new neighbors will help you keep costs down especially when it comes to providing food and beverages for a crowd.

Utilize Free Invitations

There are multiple free invite options available for you to use, but a simple Facebook or WhatsApp message will do. Request RSVPs from your guest so you can prepare for the number of people attending.

Skip the Decorations

The purpose of your housewarming party is to show off your new home. You do not necessarily have to use other forms of decorations. If you intend to decorate anyway, buy decorations that serve you after the housewarming such as a string of festive fairy lights or tiki lamps for your patio.

Throwing a housewarming party on a budget means inviting people over to your place to have fun with what you have available. Ensure you have fun while at it. Your agent is an excellent resource for local specialty shops to find unique party décor or local foods to try.

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Penny Palmer

Penny is professional licensed REALTOR. She helps her clients buy, sell and invest their homes with the least amount of stress, while working within the demands of each individual client. Her knowledge of the real estate industry and her access to an extensive amount of resources allows her to get her clients the best deal. The Real Estate industry is forever changing and Penny believes in order to provide the best service to her clients it is crucial to keep up with these changes. She does so by continuously educating herself. She holds special designations as a PSA (Certified Pricing Strategy Advisor), CBR (Certified Buyers Client), and ReTP (Real Estate Tech Pro), which provides great benefits to her clients. She bases her business on being honest, loyal and dependable. She is willing to go the extra mile to make her clients happy.

Penny is a true believer in giving back to the community. She personally does this by donating, volunteering, and participating in numerous fundraiser for various causes. She holds a special place in her heart for causes pertaining to animals and servicemen/women. 

In her free time she loves spending time with her family and friends. Staying physical fit is important to her. She loves all water sports, cross fit, rock climbing, races especial OCRs, yoga, and anything new that catches curiosity. 

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