Planning Your Birthday Party
Your Birthday Party
Want a Party that's not 'run-of-the-mill'?
Below are a few ideas:
A Night at the Oscars!
During your evening stage an awards ceremony. You could have an
award for the funniest friend, or the friend with the most obscure
excuses, the ideas are endless....and very amusing. In addition you
could have an ongoing quiz by getting your DJ to play well known
tunes from Hollywood films for your guests to name.
Your DJ could the play number 1 hits on your birthday each year.
Throughout the evening your guests could try to name the year.
Choosing a 50s 60s 70s or 80s theme is fun as it gives opportunity
for guests to dress in appropriate fancy dress. Decoration of the
room could be appropriate for that decade as well as the music.
50s - rock and roll, fair ground themes, juke boxes
60s - flower power and vivid clashing colours
70s - glorious glam rock.....and lava lamps.....and Saturday night
80s - the age of Star Wars
there are many other themes such as Wild West, Hawaiian, Monsters
and Ghouls, Gangsters and Molls, Pirates of the Caribbean.....the
list is endless!
Ideas for planning your party and things to consider
1. Venue: First point of call is finding a venue within your
budget, easy access for the majority of your guests and available
for the desired date of your party. Always check with the venue
about times, especially availability for accessing the room prior to
the start time in order to decorate it. Remember to check what
facilities or essentials are available for your use such as tables
and chairs, clothes, plates, cutlery and glasses. If your venue
doesn't have a bar you may need to arrange an outside bar. Many of
these provide glasses.
2. Invitations: Give as much notice as possible. Remember to
include the date, time, last day for RSVP and most importantly
directions or small map of how to get to the venue.
3. Book your DJ: Click here
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