Old-fashion Party Traditions We Need to Bring Back

Old-fashion Party Traditions We Need to Bring Back

It’s time to bring back the old-fashion party traditions, especially if you’ve never hosted a fondue party, and it’s been a long time since you last made a thoughtful toast. It may be time to bring back the traditions of the old-fashion party. Old-fashioned party traditions bring nostalgia, but guarantee a good time to spend with friends.

Have an old-fashioned Potluck

Too often, the person who organizes a party enjoys less. Chill out.

Hosting a potluck can give you the opportunity to enjoy your guests and the food that is offered. The main idea is that everyone brings a dish that can feed many people: the result is a varied and ample buffet.

Few things are more the 50s than Potluck, they often turned into occasions when people shared recipes and food. But, what if everyone brings macaroni and cheese? You could ask your guests to prepare various dishes such as casseroles, baked pasta or a fresh salad. And if you cannot cook, bring pizzas.

Personal Invitations

Today, most people use invitations to social media events, but being invited through a social media site is impersonal. It is most impressive to send personal invitations by mail, with an old-fashion touch.

Put together Something That’s Homemade

It’s always fun to serve something homemade at parties. Precisely for this reason, it is advisable to cook something simple together with your friends. This way you can be with your friends and you can have fun without stress. I suggest preparing a quick and easy dessert or homemade popcorn.

Get People Up And Moving

If you’re worried about your party falling flat because everyone’s sitting around looking at their phones, plan ahead by setting up a few interactive experiences. For example, have a board game or a karaoke session, so people will be more inclined to get up and move around. Whatever you choose, you’ll help your guests connect better with you and others, and make your gathering more enjoyable.

Set Out A Punch Bowl

Today we have a lot of fascinating mixed drinks, but nothing screams old-fashion party quite like a bowl.
For this reason, I suggest preparing an old-fashion punch bowl with fresh fruit if you prefer.

Play Records

Take out some of your favorite vinyl and give them a ride. In the past, people brought their favorite vinyl or CDs with them. You can remember an epic moment of your life simply by playing a record. So what are you waiting for? Also, do it with your friends.

Hold An Afternoon Tea

It’s five o’clock in the afternoon and you want to feel like an English lady. Then that means it is tea time.

All you need are a few tea bags, some small snacks like finger sandwiches or other treats. This idea is perfect if you and your friends feel stuck in a rut and you want to do something different.

Dress Code

When throwing a party, feel free to wear whatever makes you feel most comfortable in the event. And if that means dressing up, go for it. Changing things up for the occasion could be fun. And, of course, it’s something most people went out of their way to do back in the day.

Give A Thoughtful Toast

A perfect old-fashion toast is about five minutes long, thoughtfully prepared, and practiced, but delivered as though it was improvised. Thoughtful toasts that include witty anecdotes are something we should bring back.

Collect Up All The Phones

How embarrassing are those parties where everyone looks at their smartphones and isolates themselves from the rest of the world? For me, it is the hell!

To avoid this, you may want to consider collecting everyone’s phones in a bowl and leaving them in another room. Moving attention to your event in a place where guests are enjoying the sounds, tastes and people in real-time is definitely a trend that I want to see making a big comeback.

Celebrate The Little Things

Before the advent of social media, people found every little excuse to meet, whether it was a walk or to meet for coffee.

So why not bring it back? Hosting small, but frequent events in your home are a great way to bring together communities that we do not see as often. It’s very important because it keeps people together.

Host A Fondue Party: it’s old-fashion

Take a fondue pot, cut some pieces of bread and enjoy.

It’s like a form of entertainment because you’re talking and sharing food. It also creates a sense of sharing. And of course, there is cheese.

Bring A Hostess Gift

Whether it was candles, flowers, or a bottle of wine, you brought them a gift to the host as thanks.

It was always appropriate in the past to bring anyone who is hosting an event or give a  gift. Even if a little frequently people still do it today. So let’s bring it back. If you simply present yourself with a bag of peanuts, this totally counts.

Have Everyone Sign A Guestbook

Propose a guest book for your event: it’s essential to look back with great affection to the notes left by guests over the years.

In conclusion, old-fashion parties are fun because they break the routine and allow you to have fun with your loved ones.

Find out more about old-fashioned traditions here and here.