How to Behave at a House Warming Party

August 29th, 2013 by Alice Leave a reply »

When you’re invited to a house warming party, it’s important to be an enthusiastic and polite guest. This means that you behave appropriately at the party, but it also means that it’s important to bring a gift. A gift will show your host that you are excited about his new house and that you appreciate being welcomed into his home.

Many guests opt to bring a small token of appreciation. This could be a gift certificate, a painting, a scrapbook, or even a candle. These are all fine gifts and perfect for someone you don’t know very well or if you received a last-minute invitation. Don’t forget to wrap the gift and include a card. Even though the gift is small, your presentation should be spot on.

If you know the host better, you’re close friends, or you are relatives with the person whose home you are going to, you might consider purchasing a larger gift. You can get corner TV stands at StandsandMounts.com, go all out for a large painting, or even get some yard equipment. Anything you get will be much appreciated by your host. After all, the purpose of a house warming party is to show off a new home and spend time with treasured guests and family.

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1 comment

  1. Agron says:

    Housewarming party isn’t a formal event but we have to behave very well and respect the homeowners

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