Who to Invite
First, you have to decide how big of a party you want to throw. If you’re throwing the party solo and cooking the meal yourself, you may want to limit the amount of guests to a manageable small, intimate gathering, or you can collaborate with a few friends to throw a larger pop-up dinner, with each hostess contributing to food, drinks, decor, etc. Whether big or small, we suggest inviting an even number of people, that way no one’s left being the dreaded extra “wheel.” Once you’ve picked how big of a party you want to host, now you can invite your guests! Get your guests in the pop-up spirit by sending out fun, festive pop-up party invitations that fit the theme or setting of your party—for example, a 3D invite with pop-out shells or sea life for a oceanside party, or a bird-and-tree motif for a park-set dinner!
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