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As we come to the end of our month of engagement-themed posts, there’s no better way to finish off than with a party!
In this case, an engagement party, because if you’re just engaged, this is the first celebration that might be on your mind.
Engagement parties are such a lovely tradition (although certainly not something you should feel you HAVE to have, time and budget being major considerations for many) as they give you a chance to celebrate a very exciting moment in any couple’s lives with their nearest and dearest.
Here are some guidelines and ideas to get you started. Traditionally, an engagement party is thrown by the parents of the bride, and you may still want to give your folks the opportunity to do this – especially if they’ll have less involvement in organising and paying for the wedding itself.
But that’s not to say that someone else – another friend or relative, or even the bride and groom – can’t host the party just as well.
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Of course, if your engagement is shorter or circumstances mean your party comes a few months after the question is popped, that’s fine too, but bear in mind that if it’s within three or four months of the big day, you’re already going to have your hands full, so you might want to give it a skip. This will depend largely on the sort of party you’re throwing – for example, if it’s an intimate dinner, you’ll want to invite only your close family and perhaps your groomsmen and bridesmaids, or you might want to throw a much bigger bash where everyone’s included.We're much more likely to throw out some foods than others - and Wrap's Love Food, Hate Waste campaign has singled out 10 items which UK households are binning every week without fail.