When planning a 75th birthday party, make a guest list first to determine how to plan, choose a venue, and then send out invitations requesting an RSVP. Plan the music, and put together some visual aids and memorable photos that include historical events from the person's lifetime. Hire a photographer to document the party, or provide photo opportunities with disposable cameras or a photo booth.Continue Reading
Make an invitation list that includes family as well as friends, possibly even tracking down the person's close friends through the years. Ask family to help put the list together or to approve the final draft. Based on the guest list, choose an appropriate place to hold that number, and decide on food options, as well as cake size. In the invitations, ask all guests to send any pictures they have of the birthday person whether they attend or not.
Put together a collage or slide show using the photos the guests send in. Create poster boards of historical events, figures and inventions, as well as important moments in the person's life. Create a music list of popular music from the person's youth, especially his favorite songs. Create an order of events, allowing special time for generational photo opportunities, speeches or special gift presentations.Learn more about Birthday Parties