Throwing a surprise party for someone has become so common today that the person easily anticipates the surprise. No regular surprises work on people these days. Hence, when it comes to really surprise your loved one on his or her birthday, one needs to think out of the box.
Personalised birthday cakes, gifts, and friends, this is a combination that can make the day of a person on his or her special day. If you are also thinking about planning a surprise party for someone special, use the following ideas to do that.
1. Make the birthday person plan the party
It is the most amazing way to surprise a person. The person won’t realize that he or she is planning for his or her own birthday. You just need to change the time and date of the surprise party. Tell the person that you are planning for someone else. Create an imaginary birthday. The person will help you in arranging everything for the parties and when the day comes you can surprise the person according to his own plan.
2. The kidnapping method
It is a nice idea, but should only be used on the people who have a strong heart. Usually, guys create this kind of surprises for their buddy. In order to do this, you and other friends need to put on masks. Go to the house of the birthday person and kidnap them. It is better to blindfold the person to add more drama in the act. Then, take him or her to the venue where you have arranged the party. Open the blindfold and let the person see the friends and family singing the birthday song.
You have to get some help from the family members in order safely conduct the whole act. Talk to the parents of the birthday guy or girl, tell them about your plan, so that, they stay prepared on the day.
3. Provide clues to the person to navigate the way to the party
The clue method also works well, especially in the case of kids. Putting hand written clues at different places where the person goes regularly is an effective method to surprise the person. Here, you need to make sure that the clues are natural, so the person doesn’t realize that he or she is heading to a party. This can be done within the limit of the house too. The family members can hide notes in the shower, inside a book, or in the kitchen. Every single clue should lead the person to the other one and finally to the party area.
4. More than one surprise
A person might detect a single surprise. But when two or three surprises come one after another, he or she won’t anticipate that. In order to do so, you have to include the people from all the places where the person goes regularly. It could school, office, a restaurant, club, or even a store. Arrange personalised cakes at all the venues and surprise the person wherever he or she goes.
Aren’t these amazing ideas?