Here is a list of some of the parties we can accommodate at The Rendezvous:
After-party: An after-party is a party that is held after a musical or theatric performance or after some other event, such as a wedding or a school dance. Guests are usually limited to friends of the host.
Anniversary: Anniversaries are special whether it’s your 1st or your 71st, because they celebrate
your history and memories. Often people only think about the “big” anniversaries—a Silver 25th or a Golden 50th, but any wedding anniversary is certainly something to commemorate.
Bachelor Party: A bachelor party (Canada, South Africa and the US), also known as a stag party,
stag night or stag do (especially in Commonwealth countries and Ireland), a bull's party (South Africa), or a buck's party or buck's night (Australia), is a party held for a man shortly before he enters marriage, to celebrate his "last night of freedom" or merely to spend time with his male friends, who are often at his wedding party afterwards. A bachelor party is usually planned by the best man or other friends of the groom, occasionally, with the assistance of a bachelor party planning company.
Bachelorette Party: A bachelorette party, hen(s) party, hen(s) night or hen(s) do, is a party held
for a woman who is about to be married. The terms hen party or hen night are common in the United Kingdom and Ireland, while the terms hens party or hens night are common in Australia and New Zealand, and the term bachelorette party is common in the United States. The term stagette is used in Canada. It may also be referred to as a girls' night out or kitchen tea (South Africa in particular) or other terms in other English-speaking countries.
Bar/Bat Mitzvas: The great tradition of the Bar or Bat Mitzvah continues into the 21st Century as a religious ceremony and landmark event. The young man or woman is now ready to enter society as a prominent and respected member of the Jewish community. The reception can be a simple luncheon, a lavish dinner, or something in between. The planning that goes into producing such a party must be done with intelligence, sensitivity and – most important – with attention to your thoughts and insights.
Birthday Party: A Birthday Party is a celebration that occurs to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of the person honored. Birthday parties are, nowadays, celebrated in many cultures.
Bridal Shower: A bridal shower is a gift-giving party held for a bride-to-be in anticipation of her
wedding. The custom originated in the 1890's and is today most common in the United States, Canada, and by North American influence, in Australia.
Christening, Confirmation, First Holy Communion Party: Celebration of these milestones in Christian life are important and memorable occasions.
Corporate Events: Corporate awards ceremony, meetings and holiday parties all reflect your company’s image. Your event is too important to trust have just anywhere.
Costume Party: A costume party or a fancy dress party (British English), mainly in contemporary
Western culture, is a type of party where guests dress up in a costume. Costume Parties are especially popular in the United States around Halloween, when teenagers and adults who may be considered too old for trick-or-treating attend a costume party instead. Costume parties are also popular during the Carnival season, such as at Mardi Gras. Costume parties are also held for popular science fiction and fantasy events, movie openings and book releases.
Dance Party: A dance party is a social gathering where people dance. Dances may be casual, such
as at a party, or they may be an organized event, like a school dance. Dances commonly take place
during the evening, although some occur earlier during the day; such events are formally known as tea dances. Dance parties may be held in private houses, bars, nightclubs or community centres where the guests informally party to dance music.
Engagement Party: An engagement party is a party thrown to celebrate a couple's recent engagement and to help future wedding guests to get to know one another. Traditionally, the bride's parents host the engagement party, but many modern couples host their own celebration.
Farewell Party: In many cultures, it is customary to throw a farewell party in honor of someone who is moving away or departing on a long trip (sometimes called a bon voyage party). Retirement parties for departing co-workers fall into this category.
Fundraising Party: A fundraising party, or fundraiser, is a party that is held for the purpose of collecting money that will be given to some person or to some institution, such as a school, charity, business, or political campaign. These parties are usually formal and consist of a dinner followed by speeches or by a presentation extolling whatever the money is being raised for. It is very common to charge an admission fee for parties of this kind. This fee may be as high as several thousand dollars, especially if money is being raised for a political campaign.
Graduation Party: In some places, parties to celebrate graduation from school, college or university are popular.
Holiday Party: Whether you are planning a party to celebrate Christmas, Chanukah, New Year’s
Eve, Easter, 4th of July, Halloween, Valentine's or even St. Patrick's Day, it should be a fun and exciting event.
Surprise Party: A surprise party is a party that is not made known beforehand to the person in
whose honor it is being held. Birthday surprise parties are the most common kind of surprise party. At most such parties, the guests will arrive an hour or so before the honored person arrives. Often, a friend in on the surprise will lead the honored person to the location of the party without letting on anything. The guests might even conceal themselves from view, and when the honored person enters the room, they leap from hiding and all shout, "Surprise!". For some surprise birthday parties, it is considered to be a good tactic to shock the honored person. Streamers, silly string, and balloons may be used for this purpose. Evidence of a party, such as decorations and balloons, are not made visible from the exterior of the building, so that the honored person will suspect nothing.
Repast: This gathering usually occurs directly after a burial or burial ceremony has taken place. This meal allows the family the opportunity to catch up on each other’s lives. While funeral services provide the more formal rites of death, the repast demonstrates the continuity of life even in the face of death.
Sweet 16 Party: A sweet sixteen party is a type of birthday party in the United States celebrating a
sixteenth birthday. Sweet sixteen parties mark a coming of age. For females the shoe ceremony is common at sweet sixteen parties. In this ceremony, the birthday girl sits down in a chair while her grandfather, uncle, godfather, or father approaches her with high heels on a decorative pillow. The girl would traditionally be wearing flat shoes, such as slippers, and the father ceremoniously helps her into her new high heels. This is symbolic of the girl transitioning into a woman.
Tea Party: A tea party is a formal, ritualized gathering for afternoon tea. Formal tea parties are often characterized by the use of prestige utensils, such as bone china or silver. The table is made to look its prettiest, with cloth napkins and matching cups and plates. In addition to tea, larger parties may provide punch, or in cold weather, hot chocolate. The tea is accompanied by a variety of easily managed foods: thin sandwiches, (tea sandwiches) such as cucumber or tomato, cake slices, buns or rolls, and cookies are all common.
Welcome Party: A welcome party is held for the purpose of welcoming a newcomer, such as a new
club member, a new employee, or a family's new baby.
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