Would You Hire a Bus Boy For a Party?

Would You Hire a Bus Boy For a Party?

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Sarah Rae Smith
Dec 8, 2011

Parties can be stressful and the headache of doing dishes will always be present. Even if you have a dishwasher, it still takes time and energy that many of us just don't have after a long night. Our friends at Prairie Hive have a different idea — hired help!

Sure you can hire someone in from a company, but the folks over at Prairie Hive have a better suggestion. Why not hire in a friend or family member that might like a little extra cash to come help clean as things happen.

They can help keep the clutter down, the dishes done and things cleared away so you have one less thing on your plate to worry about. In the past I've used the idea for larger gathers and it's worked out quite well, plus the kids we used were more than happy to come help out in exchange for the new video game they've been pining away for or some new shoes.

Would you ever hire in help at a party or are you a lone wold and prefer to work alone? Don't trust anyone else to clean your champagne flutes? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Read More: Prairie Hive's Party Tips from Prairie Hive

Related: How to Throw a Dinner Party: 25 Ideas, Tips, and Resources

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