How to throw a non alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty

Save

A birthday party for an adult older than 20 does not have to include alcohol. Throw an non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than 20. This is a useful way to host a fun birthday party where everyone from will feel welcome.

Things You'll Need

  • Birthday party invitations
  • Birthday theme idea
  • Wide variety of non-alcoholic beverages
  • Catering

Inviting the Guests

  • Invite guests to the non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty who will appreciate a dry party.

  • State the nature of the non-alcoholic party in the invitations. When you make your invitations for the non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty, be sure to include information about it being a "no-alcohol" party. Encourage guests to bring their own "non-alcoholic" beverage of choice.

  • Select guests from different walks of life to the non-alcoholic birthday party.

  • Diversify the guest with co-workers, family, fellow church members, or friends from the gym. Inviting people from these groups can help diversify the group and make the party, and the non-alcoholic birthday party more interesting.

  • Include guests who will appreciate attending the non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty.

Choose a Hot Birthday Theme

  • Choose a birthday party theme to make the party more interesting. The theme should be something of interest to the person having the birthday. Make it an interesting enough theme for all the guests invited to the non-alcoholic birthday party.

  • Include relevant information about the theme in the invitations. Ask guests to bring gifts which match the theme. The theme could also be optional, and you can state that on the invitations.

  • Select birthday party decorations that will also complement the birthday party theme.

  • Prepare food which reflects the them for the non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty.

  • Create invitations and even thank you cards which celebrate the theme. The invitations can be in ticket form for a movie theater theme, or in a ball shape for a sports-related party.

Focus on the Food

  • Focus the party around the food, the activities and the social interactions when you throw a non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty. This will keep the focus off the lack of alcohol.

  • Serve a sit-down meal to keep the party social. The food can be casual, but make food which encourages people to sit and eat with utensils. Having a sit-down meal will help create a more intimate feel to the party. Guests will feel more free to have conversations and interact with each other.

  • Encourage each guest at the table to share three things. Ask each guest at the non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty to say something about themselves, about the birthday party guest of honor, and about the person sitting to their left. This can help break the ice.

  • Set up food which encourages group participation. This could be a simple cheese fondue and cut up pieces of sourdough bread. Set up one fondue part for every four guests. Have different cheeses and different foods at each one, to encourage party goers to mingle.

  • Create a fruit and chocolate dipping station with nuts and coconut and other toppings to help guests interact when hosting a non-alcoholic birthday party for people older than twenty. Guests will have fun making these desserts and interacting with each other.

Stock the Non-Alcoholic Bar

  • Stock up the non-alcoholic bar for guests older than twenty. Variety is the key to making the non-alcoholic party work.

  • Vary the types of soda including regular soda, caffeine-free soda and diet soda. For evening parties, be sure to have ginger ale and other non-caffeinated sodas on hand, which can run out first.

  • Provide seltzers, club sodas and fruit juices for non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty to make their own natural soda pops. Slice up lemon and lime wedges to garnish the natural soda. Cut up orange circles as well. The orange circles can add flavor to any homemade soda.

  • Serve up hot beverages as well, especially for a non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty that takes place in the evening or at night. The same is true for birthday parties held when the weather turns wet or cold. Guests like to have the option of drinking a hot beverage, especially when it's a on-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty.. Serve up hot teas, herbal teas, coffees, Chai teas, hot chocolates or hot mulled cider.

  • Blend up healthy fruit smoothies for a daytime or brunch non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty. Fruit smoothies are also a tasty non-alcoholic drink to serve at outdoor parties or pool parties.

Party Outside the Home

  • Encourage guests to move around and be active at the non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty. Choose a sports theme or outdoor theme that focuses on team play and games.

  • Host the non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty at a local laser tag center and have guests meet there. This can be a fun event for guests older than twenty.

  • Select a location for the non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty at a local venue with a walk-climbing wall, canoeing, or other active, outdoor activity.

  • Make the non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty even more social by choosing outdoor activities which will pair people up or require the formation of teams.

  • Give guests at the non-alcoholic birthday party for guests older than twenty a variety of outdoor activities by setting up various activity stations including horseshoes, croquet or badminton.

Tips & Warnings

  • Consider a sports-related, active birthday party that can be held outdoors.
  • Do not invite the guests that cannot show up without bringing alcohol.

Related Searches

Promoted By Zergnet

Comments

You May Also Like

Related Searches

Check It Out

How to Throw a Halloween Dinner Party

M
Is DIY in your DNA? Become part of our maker community.
Submit Your Work!