Have a pre-prom party to ease the tension. It helps to get together with your friends and their dates in a less formal setting. Set the dinner a week or two before the prom. This will help everyone seated at the same table to get to know each other come prom night.
Plan a fun, less frilly post-prom activity: ice cream at a hotel, dancing at the club you frequent—even a visit to McDonald's, whatever floats your boat.
With your barkada, write out a "10 Years After the Prom" manifesto. Make predictions about each of your friends and their dates. Write about what you think will happen if you do plan out a prom reunion exactly 10 years after the big day, and put it in a time capsule.
Exchange prom pictures with your classmates!
Don't throw away your souvenir and invite. Keep them in a special box along with extra pictures you may have. A prom keepsake box is something you'll want to rifle through when your own 16-year-old has her prom one day.
.~'* GRAB THE MAG! *'~.
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This was taken from the Prom Special of January-February 2004's issue.
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