If your birthday is coming and you are planning your birthday party, there is indeed a lot you can do. The first thing you will need to do is to set a budget in advance so that you know what you have to work with and start working on your party from there. It is important for you to remember that it is far better for you to have a party with a smaller number of guests where you will be able to give each guest a better experience rather than an event where you have many guests and each guest has a mediocre experience. As such, concentrate on keeping the event small.
Make a list of the things that you will needYou will need to get many things for your party including carnival stalls in Singapore, cake, food and various other things. You can have your favourite restaurant cater the entire event or you can have someone you know cook for the event. You will be able to save quite a bit off money if your mother, your aunt or someone else in your family can make the food for the party. This said however, your guests are unlikely to eat too much food and will likely be too busy dancing and partying to focus on the food.
If you have the money, you might even want to consider hiring an event organizer to take over the whole burden of the party planning from you so that you will just have to sit back and watch as your party becomes a reality. Most of these companies are not likely to charge too much money and for the amount of stress that they are taking off your plate, it certainly is worth the price to pay them and outsource it.
Party on a budgetIf you are on a strict budget but you still want to have a party, you can still have one. There are many ways to save money on parties if you are creative enough and still have an amazing event. One way of saving money is to have the party at your own home instead of hiring a hall or an event area. Location hire is possibly the most expensive part of the party and you can save thousands in getting rid of this expense. In terms of food, have your mom make a few sandwiches and a few finger food items that people can have while dancing. They will not be likely to eat much so there is no point in spending excessively on food.