When the Capulet’s servant asks for help reading the ball invitation list, Romeo helps the man. In return for his help, the servant invites him to the party. Romeo sees Rosaline’s name on the list and agrees to go to the party with Benvolio.
Before he leaves, Peter invites Romeo and Benvolio to the party – assuming, he says, that they aren’t Montagues. Benvolio tells Romeo that the feast is the perfect opportunity to compare Rosaline to the other beautiful women of Verona. Romeo agrees to go with him, but only because Rosaline will be there herself.
At the beginning of the book Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Romeo decided to go to a Capulet party because he saw that the girl he liked was on the guest list for the party . He was so in love with Rosaline, but he knew she didn’t love him, so he fell in love with Juliet.
Act 1 Scene 4
Summary: Romeo, Benvolio and their friend Mercutio arrive at the Capulet party in style. Romeo tells his friends that he doesn’t want to dance tonight – he’s too sad. Also, the night before, he had a dream that made him feel bad about the party.
Capulet invites her to the party. Romeo reads the invitations out loud because the servant doesn’t understand. That they go to the party and look for other girls instead of Rosaline.
Romeo belonged to the Montague family and Juliet belonged to the Capulets. Old Lord Capulet threw a big dinner. Although Romeo was not invited, he also attended the dinner in disguise. There he saw Julia on the dance floor and was attracted by her wonderful beauty.