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Considering hosting our first party and wondered if themes enhance the fun? Have you hosted? Have you had themed parties? What's a good number of attendees for a "house party"?

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Just remembered a couple of other things - Always have towels handy(just in case) Try to keep the "play" area in one central spot. Don't let couple's roam all over your house - it's easier the next day when you have to clean up after everyone: ^ ) We also try to incorporate some fun adult games into the mix. Good Luck!!

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We are planning a house party for next (maybe after we get our turbine up) and will remember Steamy's tips. Wonderful suggestions and ideas, although we live in the country and will not have a theme to the party, I actually copied these suggestions for that purpose. Anyone else have anything to add, please do.

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We really enjoy hosting party's!! We always do a theme, which everyone seems to love. We say BYOB, but we always provide mixers and snacks. We also like to throw in BYOT (We'll let you figure that one out : ^ ) We normally keep the party size to around 6 couples. We try and make sure a couple is compatible with at least one other couple. We tell the couples we invite that they are "no expectations" party's. Just because you are attending a "lifestyle" party with "lifestyle" people doesn't mean we are going to have a big gang bang on the living room floor. We think that's why our party's are successful - couples can come and have fun with other like-minded couples and if they want to "play" they can... if not...no big deal!

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STEAM$UPAs rules are GREAT. We have hosted house parties and have almost identical set of rules. Also be sure to send out the rules to ALL who have signed up so that they are aware of them. If you have pool party, you might want to add, bring your own towels.

We sometimes ask everyone to bring snacks or finger food to set out on communal table. This usually works well. and you get a good variety (although usually too many shrimp rings.......). We have also asked for 5$ donations and supplied some food ourselves. Just up to you.

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House parties are our favorite to attend and host. A few suggestions are as follows.. 1. Try to invite people you know and can trust in your home. 2. Invite more people that you really want. There are usually many no shows. 3. Lock up your valuables, you neaver know. 4. Set a doors closed time. If not you could have visitors at 2:00 AM. 5. Afetr a few drinks and chat, start a icebreaker like body shots. 6. If you have good coverings on your bed place clean cheap blankets over them. 7. Make sure the curtins or blinds are closed in the play rooms. 8. Have a group area, and seperate rooms for play. 9. Wipes and condoms are handy to have in the play areas. 10. Place extra towels in the bathrooms. 11. No drugs policy. Last thing you want is the police comming to the door and smelling pot. 12. Going to sound harsh. but do not supply or searve liquor. Let the couples bring and dispence there own. It's a legal thing. 13. If someone is intoxicated don't let them drive home. 14. Police the home after the party. You neaver know what you will find that you don't want someone ealse to see.

The List Goes ON...Host That Party and Have a Blast....Good Luck

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Thanks for the response. We have planned to keep the numbers between 20-40. Our home is spacious ~ 4500 sqf and we do have a pool. We are very fortunate to live in the country on a very secluded lot. Parking has never been an issue as we have a long driveway. Hadn't considered posting a sign on our bedroom and we will take that suggestion to heart as it is a good one in our view.

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Cher, Theme doesn't really matter at a house party, it's the quality of the people that attend. Generally you don't want to raise the suspicions of your neighbors so make it a small party of maybe 15 to 20 people. This would also depend of the size of your house, and what areas you plan on having open to the attendees. I would suggest that you do keep your own bedroom private and just put a sign up that makes your bedroom as a no enter area. Some good ideas would be a pool party with bar-b-que on a hot weekend day, or you can make it a pot luck dinner and party. The preference is yours to make it. Just remember that you do have neighbors, and they may complain if too many cars are parked along the street. Hope you have a successful house party.

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Considering hosting our first party and wondered if themes enhance the fun? Have you hosted? Have you had themed parties? What's a good number of attendees for a "house party"?

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