How to host a good party at my Apartment ??? - Never hosted before !!!?!

Question: How to host a good party at my Apartment !?!?!? - Never hosted before !!!!?
My roomate/ex boyfriend is gone for the weekend so I'm having all my friends over for a party!.

I don't have a lot of seats!.!.!.!. I have 2 couches that's it!.

Anyways!.!.!.!. I don't want people to get bored, I don't want to end up sitting ther twiddling our thumbs!.!.!.!.

I don't want to force them to play some game!.!.!.!.

so what do i do !?!?!?!?

We're all around 20-24 years old there's goin to be 10-15 peopleWww@FoodAQ@Com

Just have some music playing and have drinks and snack/munchie type food and people will entertain themselves!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

i guess my first question would be is going to be a co-ed party or just girls!? You can make up some games to play to break the ice with the ones that may not know each other!. Game ideas = Name that movie / (Have this already typed and ready to hand out) Take lines from moves and everyone try to guess the movie title!.!.!.!.(you could do the same thing for songs)!.!.You could have a prize for the winner!. Let everyone vote on what movie to watch!. Serve some drinks (alcoholic and nonalcoholic) finger foods (chips and dip, finger sandwiches, pigs in a blanket) And take plenty of pictures!. Something else you can hand out goody bags (dollar tree has tons of little goodies) put in a disposable camera and maybe a picture frame for everyone!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

based on the age group make it a game night with card games and lots of beer, mixed drinks , appetizers, haveeach guest bring a dish to pass even if its drinks or chips,even make them come in their pj's for funWww@FoodAQ@Com

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