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33 months ago

How much would you spend on a girls sweet 16 party?
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She didn't want a just at home party. We planned bowling, then swimming and lastly at home. Everything included came out to $250. That didn't include the gift ;-).
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baldguy6953

  32 months ago
Apparently I am in no position to spend any amount of money on a girl's sweet sixteen party, considering that for the time and energy invested in registering for Toluna, I was compensated what equated to 50 cents.
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Sandy Trevor

  32 months ago
That does not sound too bad at all. I think that if your budget could support $250.00, then that is not a bad price. Just if a cost starts to seem extravagant, that is when it probably is.
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Crafty45

  33 months ago
That seems like a HUGE amount of money for a 16 year old.
I'll go along with the poster "Star Stitcher 5" who said: Save it for their Graduation Party.
Also, such an expensive Party makes a lot of the Invitees feel bad bacause they can't afford an expensive gift. Also, what's going to happen NEXT year - are they going to expect you to TOP last year's Party?
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mckeean

  33 months ago
We don't have Sweet 16 parties but I think for any party it depends on how much you can afford. Often, the most memorable parties are the cheapest ones or the most thoughtful and appropriate, not necessarily the most expensive. Having said that, $250 seems to be a reasonable price. When I think of kids birthday parties, it costs $10-$20 per kid and most parents invite at least 10. Other parties such as bowling or spa parties are around $200-$250 so this amount certainly seems reasonable for a sixteen year old. I think that if she enjoyed it and this was the type of party that she wanted (it does sound fun by the way), then it was perfect!
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kissmesexxy175

  33 months ago
I wouldn't consider 16 special 19 yes as the real partying can begin
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chello_1234

  33 months ago
well it all depends on the thyme they want!! like for instance I spent about 700 on my 4 year old's birthday party????
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Valan5

  33 months ago
200 bucks all booze. Maybe a gift like a dress
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star_stitcher5

  33 months ago
I wouldn`t throw a sweet 16 party, I`d rather wait and throw a graduation party
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Karenhobbs53

  33 months ago
The party should be kept to a minimum. It's about friends, family and love. Not about how much you can spend or not spend. Keep it to a minimum and just have some good ole fashion fun. BBQ, water fights, music, and friends sitting around and having fun.
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Alobar1

  33 months ago
Depends on how much money you have, obviously. But also not so obviously. The amount of money a family have more often than not, defines, at least to some degree, their place in society, and what families they run with. This becomes an important part of defining who that family, and its members are. So spend the appropriate amount of money to perpetuate this shallow, defining part of who she and your family are. Or (and is this not a better idea?) not
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