Planning a Party?

Hosting a party sounds exciting, but how stressful could it be? As the date draws closer, you could not help but worry about so many things. Apart from the menu, you should also be thinking about whether or not your food would be enough for the people coming, the food presentation, the decors, and so many other things.

Perhaps itโ€™s time to look into tailgating ideas. Tailgate party ideas are just brilliant, whether you are planning a simple cookout with friends or a formal, intimate gathering with closest family and friends.

Times like these, you need the help of experts and nobody does it better than tailgate!

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  1. jhackie says:

    yum yum yum yum yum !!
    my tummy is full na because of the photos…
    Indeed we need some expert advice here.

  2. Pinay WAHM Blogger says:

    I agree! Hosting a party is very stressful, specially the planning stage! I get tired just by thinking about it. LOL. But despite all the stress and tiredness, I admit, planning a party is surely fun!

  3. GreenEggs & Moms says:

    I actually don’t enjoy planning parties but I might consider having one since the food looks so good ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Angela says:

    I would love to hold a party in every occasion… budget lang ang di ko kasundo :))

  5. I am not good with hosting parties… I am just not a party person but there are times I need to do so, so I need all the help I can get.

  6. Malou says:

    This is new to me. I will research more on this. I often have small parties, not more than 10 people invited.

  7. Sherry says:

    Great way to find out how we can save on party too

  8. LOURDES says:

    If there’s only a handful of people, it’s not too hard to plan a party but if you invited a lot of people then it’s hard.

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