Not everyone loves to throw a good party, however it is one of my favorite things to do. I love the idea of getting all my friends together to spend the day or evening catching up over great food and drinks. There is something about a party that makes everyone excited and put themselves out there a little more. It is a great way to meet people and you can also introduce different groups of friends who may not have spent time with each other in the past despite the fact that you are friends with both of them. The downside to throwing a party is that there is a lot to think about, and keeping all the details straight can feel impossible. It might also be that you have just never thrown a party like the one you are throwing so you need some tips on how to make it a blast. Do not fear, because I am here to help you throw the best party ever. I always love to have a theme for my parties so I suggest starting there. Recently I hosted an evening of table tennis at my house and it really seemed to have people excited. Throwing a table tennis party is easy if you follow a few pieces of advice.
Make Dressing Up Fun
If you want to add some extra fun to your party, you can ask everyone to dress up according to the theme. For a table tennis party, you would treat the attire like real tennis. Asking everyone to wear tennis skirts and visors or tennis shorts and shirts. Recommend that everyone head to the Sunglass Hut to get themselves some great shades too since some of the tennis tables will probably be outside depending on the size of your house and property.
Add Some Tennis Themed Food
Having the food go along with your party can be really cool even if it comes off as tacky. For tennis, I would suggest doing cupcakes with tennis ball frosting to make them look like a tennis ball, but other than that I would serve food that you could get at any tennis match at the stadium. This means hot dogs, hamburgers, popcorn, and nacho chips.
Make Sure You Have Enough Tables
This is probably the most important aspect of the party so you want to really think about the way that this will be set up and how many people you have attending. Of course, not everyone will want to play but I think that most people will. You can be really specific on the invitations and ask them to RSVP with whether or not they would like to be included in any of the rounds. I would recommend buying one table so you can have it for the future, but rent the rest. It would be a waste of money and space for anyone to purchase more than one tennis table. You can look online but there are plenty of places that rent tennis tables, as well as sell them.