Hosting a party this spring? Check out these DIY party entertainment ideas to save money and impress your guests. Visit our Coupon Book Finder to see if our coupons deliver to your area.
Having people over this spring? After all, it is the season for graduation parties, celebrating Memorial Day, and throwing birthday parties for spring chickens. And don't forget about the spring baby showers and weddings. There's always an excuse to entertain! Save money while creating an awesome get-together that guests are sure to remember. Use these DIY ideas for entertaining guests at your next spring event.
Did the party really happen if there aren’t photos? In today’s social media-focused world, a photo backdrop ranks high in importance for party entertainment ideas.
Some DIY ideas:
You can even simply tape decorations like streamers, paper flowers, or balloons to an indoor wall to create an interesting backdrop. Add photo booth props like a feather boa or props on a stick, like word bubbles and mustaches, for silly shots.
For big outdoor parties and parties with kids, you may be more comfortable using paper or plastic cups. You can still make them festive with some DIY touches.
You can also print out custom adhesives and stick them onto cups.
Table decorations add more visual appeal. They don’t have to cost a lot to make a meaningful impact.
Add cheap votive candles to interesting holders you have on hand. A candlelit glow always looks elegant.
Speaking of a glowing atmosphere, twinkly lights are another way to elevate a space inexpensively. Enhance basic string lights by:
You can decorate string lights with just about anything you currently have, whether it’s by DIY-ing your own light cover or simply affixing something to the light string itself.
Want your guests to leave with something memorable? Create your own functional and fun party favors.
You can also create edible party favors. Fill jars with candy or dry ingredients to make hot chocolate or cookies.
Guests love DIY party entertainment ideas because they show off a personal touch from the host. You can save money and put more of yourself into your spring party when you DIY.