Planning a 75th birthday party involves picking a theme, a venue and a date, as well as planning a guest list. Choose decorations that reflect the 75 years, celebrate memories and personalize the party with the birthday honoree's hobbies as the theme to celebrate the milestone.Continue Reading
Consult your guest of honor about the venue choice. It could be a favorite spot, like a garden or golf club, or someone's home. Choose the date and time of the party based on the guest of honor's availability.
The theme can be anything that reflects the person's interests or hobbies. For instance, a fishing-themed birthday party could be held for an avid angler or a flower-themed one for a gardening enthusiast.
Depending on your budget and size of your venue, make a guest list. Check with family members to see if you have forgotten anyone, especially if the list of invitees is a wider group of friends and family. Send out invitations at least a month in advance. The invitations should include the RSVP details, as well as information about a dress code.
The venue can be decorated according to the theme. In keeping with celebrating 75 years, some decorating ideas are a photo collage of the person in the shape of the number 75 or a photo banner announcing their 75th birthday,
The cake could be a photo cake with edible images of the person's life or it could be in the shape of the number 75. Food can be kept to just finger food or a buffet, depending on the budget. A toast celebrating the person is integral to the party.
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