Planning for a perfect prom

March 8, 2010

January: Save money! If you are unsure of whether you will go, save anyway! You never know if you might change your mind as the prom date approaches or if your friends will persuade you to go. Remember, you don’t have to buy a $300 dress. If you’re having financial difficulties, you can ask an older friend who is a senior or even one in college to borrow his or her outfit. Dress prices can range from $15 to well into the hundreds. The more expensive dress or tuxedo isn’t necessarily the better looking or more attractive one. As far as the limousine costs, you and your friends can always split the costs.


Early March: Ask out a date or decide which friends you will go with. Once you have this decided, you and your friends can start thinking about splitting the limousine costs. If you’re going with a date, then you two can decide the color scheme of the tie and dress.

“Go with all the people you want to share that night with. Be safe, stay hydrated, have fun, enjoy the food and dance your face off!” senior Nikita Gurnani said.

If you are planning to ride a limousine to and from prom, have the limousine arranged by early March. Limousines get booked really quickly, and you want to make sure you get a limo that is in good condition. Also you may be get better rates if you reserve early.


Mid-March: Ask out a date or decide which friends you will go with. Once you have this decided, you and your friends can start thinking about splitting the limousine costs. If you’re going with a date, then you two can decide the color scheme of the tie and dress.


March 27: Enjoy and make the best out of this memorable day! Don’t forget to bring a personal camera to take pictures.

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