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Montag, 19. Februar 2018, 09:05

Party

Guten Morgen ihr lieben Leute,
mein Freund hat demnächst Geburtstag. Er wird 24 Jahre alt und ich würde für ihn gerne eine Party schmeißen. Was haltet ihr davon? Habt ihr das schon mal gemacht? Hab schon bisschen angst davor, dass die Party voll in die Hose gehen wird. Hab sowas noch nie gemacht. Was braucht man denn unbedingt für eine Party? Vor allem will ich die ganzen Sachen auch nicht kaufen sondern vielleicht irgendwo leihen. Gibt es das?

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Montag, 19. Februar 2018, 13:21

Halli Hallo lieber Madmier,
finde es wirklich eine super Idee von dir für deinen Freund eine Party zu schmeißen. Also ich würde mich definitiv darüber freuen aber tut das dein Freund auch? Eine Party ist wirklich aufwendig. Du brauchst Tische, Stühle und coole Deko. Dann vielleicht auch einen DJ oder du legst Spotify auf aber dann musst du auch eine Playlist für die Party machen. Was ich auch noch cool finde ist einen Nebelmaschine. Diese und die anderen Sachen kannst du hier https://openairbar.ch/nebelmaschine-mieten/
einfach ausleihen. Cool oder?

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