When you think of Laguna and all its fun places, the first thing that might come to your mind is the Enchanted Kingdom. And no, we don’t blame you. Perhaps everyone who has visited Laguna for the first time might head to this amazing amusement center. For people living there, it’s another story. If you’re one of them, and if you are bummed about where to throw your next party, why don’t you consider holding your own private pool party in Laguna?
See, pool parties are always fun. It’s an awesome source of fun and entertainment for any age. With a pool, you can throw a wedding party, a kiddie party, a frat party, or even a corporate launch! You don’t really need to pay a thousand pesos a head to give everyone a good time. Here are a few tips on how to throw the best private pool party in Laguna:
First off, you must make sure that you check the safety and sanitation of the private pool you’re renting. Owners should give it a good clean and check if the sides of the pool has no sharp or chipped edges. Sometimes, broken tiles wound swimmers, and the sight of blood on the pool is not really a good one.
After that, get a weather forecast for the date that you intended to throw your party. This way, you can request a tent or rent if the private pool facility does not cover that. For guests who are bringing kids, this will be of utmost importance. Ensure RSVP at least 2 days before the event. If the weather forecast looks grim, tell your guests to bring thick towels/ jackets because it could get very cold!
Although most days in Laguna are sunny, it would still help if you remind your guests to bring sunblock if they want to swim. You can make this a friendly reminder along with your RSVP reminder. Also, stock on extra toiletries just to ensure that your guests are well taken care of.
Lastly, we all know how people can get really hungry even after just a short swim. So ultimate tip: stock up on food. A lot of food. Depending on your party time, you may skip the actual buffet meal and just proceed to cocktails/ pica-pica. Just keep them, coming, though! Also stock up on cold drinks for instant swim refreshments.