Preparing the dinner menu for a loved one’s 65th birthday bash can be exciting yet confusing. You must take full care not only about the celebrant himself but also for all the guests invited to the grand gala birthday party. If you want to make a 65th birthday celebration interesting and fruit, try these simple and unique menu tips:
Match your dinner menu with the party theme
The party can be made more interesting by ensuring that the dinner menu matches the theme of the party. For example, if you have decided to have a heart theme for your mom’s 65th birthday party, serve your food in heart-shaped dishes. Heart shaped cookies and cupcakes will be highly appreciated not only by the children but also the very young at heart! 65th birthday ideas such as this will not only satisfy the celebrant and your guests’ appetites for the night, but it also makes a unique and fun impact on party goers.
Never forget to include the item which the celebrant likes most in the dinner menu
Be sure that all of the party foods will truly be pleasing to the birthday person. The menu should definitely include some favorite dishes of the celebrant. Not only the celebrant would cherish the food served this way, but also the invited guests would get a chance to become aware of the celebrant’s good taste in food. In addition to some of your best dishes, you should also plan to serve foods that some of your other guests will enjoy.
Make sure to think of delicious and healthy options for dinner
It may be that the celebrant has a restricted diet for some health reasons. The dinner menu must consist of dishes that are not only tasty but healthy and easy to digest as well. For the 65th birthday dinner, prepare those items which are tasty and healthy so that the celebrant will enjoy them. You might also find this helpful, especially if you find that other guests need to consume a healthy diet, too. Serve good food that everyone at the party can enjoy.
Don’t forget about the children
Take note of the possibility that kids will be coming to the party. Make sure you serve tasty and healthy foods for the children. To make the menu special, you should serve favorite childhood foods of the celebrant. You could research popular kids’ toys and games or ask the celebrant about activities that were popular when he or she was young. This idea is something the kids will love, the adults will appreciate, and the celebrant will remember.
Consider dishes from different decades
Another idea to spice up the party is to plan your meal according to what was popular during different times in the life of the celebrant. You can serve an appetizer which was popular in the 50s, soup from the 60s, main dishes offered from the 70s-90s, and the desserts which is popular in recent times. It will bring back happy memories from the past about celebrating and feasting if your menu is truly unique.
When preparing the menu, always remember that your dinner food should always be fun and healthy. Keep the menu exciting and healthy, so that the celebrant and guests will enjoy the dinner and remember the night far into the future.