How to save money while throwing a party!

partyWhen you are invited to and hear the word ‘party’, you jump with joy and look forward to another reason to have a gala time. But, when you hear the word ‘party ‘as a host, the only worry that batters your brain is- how much will it cost. No one wants to spend a fortune of their hard-earned money on a party, however much important it is. You must leave no stone unturned to save as much as you can on each aspect of party planning. A penny saved is a penny earned and when you can get the best of party facilities in much lesser the amount at shindigz then why fret?

It your party, make it large and talk of the town by spending much less. Read on to know some money-saving ideas for a party.

1w011cWhen you know that you have to throw a party on Halloween and Christmas, then why wait for the occasion to be round the corner to start planning for the party? For the inevitable, buy and store personalized party items and decorates (cards, banners, decorative, hats, etc.) much before the D-day so that you can save some dough because their prices increase if you shop for them just days before the festival. This way you will not cut corners and will buy whatever is mentioned in the party list.



If you want to throw that party at a particular venue, away from home then book it in advance. This way you end up paying less as you have booked it in the off-season and numerous options are available for you to choose from. Book it before the festival closes in and reserving a venue catches momentum. Another way of saving on party supplies is by opting for menu that does not involve expensive and exotic ingredients like imported fruits, vegetables and foreign made liquor. If your party mostly comprises of kids then perhaps you can ask your own kids to paint, draw and color some square pieces of paper so that later they can write invitations in their own handwriting. This will be a huge saving on your invitation cards.


The ideas and products on offer at shindigz will keep you addicted to them for life. There are huge bunches of ways they will help you to save money on your party like buying shindigz coupons, deal of the day, reward points, wholesale program, military discounts, etc. This 87-year-old family-owned company will provide all the assistance and party supplies for busy parents who want an exclusive party but don’t have time to plan one. Whether your guests are fifteen or five hundred in number, shindigz is just a call and click away to tackle all your party problems.

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30 Responses to How to save money while throwing a party!

  1. Alyssa McVey says:

    I always have my parties somewhere besides my house. Hosting a party is stressful enough without having to make sure every corner of my house is immaculate.
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  2. Amberm says:

    Great tips! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Kandi says:

    Wonderful tips! My family gives me a hard time because I start planning my kid’s bday like a month in advance but with their birthday’s at high travel times I have to!
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  4. Great tips for saving money, I know this time of year with all the family gatherings that saving money for those parties and events is always welcome
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  5. Those owls! I love love love them!
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  6. Deborah says:

    Oh, what a brilliant and exceedingly helpful post! I remember, years ago, using Oriental Trading Company to get reasonably priced cools “stuff” for the goodies bags (even for adults). Thank you for sharing this.
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  7. I really need to listen to you here and just assume that I’ll be having a holiday party for everything. I end up scrambling at the last minute when I could be buying things well ahead. Great advice.
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  8. I love the owl set! Good tips on avoiding expenses when it’s my turn to play hostess!
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  9. I dread doing birthday parties because it costs too much. Thanks for the tips!

  10. Love the idea of getting the kids to help create the invitations using their artwork.
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  11. Great tips. I have a few parties coming up in the Spring, so I definitely need to save money on them! Those ares are ta die for cute, by the way!
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  12. Dawn Lopez says:

    Thanks for these fun tips, I always love to have get togethers… but it gets too expensive. Even having people over for dinner frequently can be a real challenge!
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  13. Helene Cohen Bludman says:

    I love entertaining, but it does become expensive. I try to stock up on paper goods whenever they go on sale, usually after the holidays.

  14. trisha says:

    Honestly, I cannot tell you the last time I had a party! But after seeing those owls you may be inspiring me to have one. WHAT CUTE stuff. And its not because of the money, its because everyone is always so busy in life to come over.


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  15. Shauna S says:

    This is a wonderful and helpful post. The last event I had planned was my wedding and that was a while ago. I love those owls, so cute.

  16. Vonnie says:

    I love getting my kids involved in helping me with small tasks they can handle! 🙂
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  17. Heather M says:

    I love being prepared! It makes things so much more frugal. I will have to check out shindigz.
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  18. Leah Shumack says:

    My daughter writes thank you cards on pictures that she colors for someone…hasn’t thought to flip it around and do it for invitations!

  19. These are great ideas. I always host a holiday party at our house and work to find economical ways to host it.
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  20. Jennifer B says:

    This info would have really helped my sister this Thankgiving for her inlaws! This way she could have had the party somewhere else than at her house!

  21. Danielle says:

    These are some wonderful ideas, thank you! Some of the best deals I’ve found have been the sales that happen directly after the holiday itself.
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  22. I love saving money so I will have to check out ShinDigz. The white owls are sooo darn cute too!! I want them for my mantle.
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  23. Milena says:

    I love hosting parties! These are great tips. I have also found that asking guests to bring a snack or drinks helps! Plus people like pitching in. I’ll have to visit ShinDigz and see what they have to offer- Thanks!
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  24. Pam says:

    These are some great tips. Thank you for sharing this post!
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  25. There are a few good ideas here that I will be using to do a graduation party for my teenie bopper and a you are getting old party for my husband. Thank you for sharing these.
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  26. great tips, thank you for sharing. I love saving money and frugal tips!
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  27. mommy2jam says:

    I love throwing parties and celebrating so this was very helpful for me. Thank you so much for sharing and I can’t wait to check out this company
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  28. I love the idea of having the kids make their own invitations. Great idea.
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  29. Dawn says:

    Booking in the off season is a great idea. We do this for our vacations, too.
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  30. Lisa says:

    I love your ideas!
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