Party Themes

From the simplest to the extreme. How to stage, manage, etc...theme parties.

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Some Fabulous Cake Ideas!



We've teamed up with Pillsbury® to create the best birthday cake recipes in the world! And check out our fantastic cupcake recipes created right here at Birthday Express!Or shop our Cake Decorating Supplies for cake pans, cake toppers, cake decorating kits and candles.

Birthday Cake Recipes: Birthday Cakes and Cupcakes

Here are some great cake ideas and recipes from Birthday Express and Pillsbury.  More ideas can be found at:  http://www.birthdayexpress.com/bexpress/planning/BirthdayCakes.asp


Above is another sample of a cake on their site.  Have fun!

Kristi

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Monday, August 07, 2006

Questions for a caterer!

Many people discover that a catered event is the biggest expense of their wedding or event. The total cost of your catered party includes food, beverages, kitchen staff, wait staff, rentals, the decorations, and the reception site itself which can add up to over 50% of your total event. Therefore, it is very important to know how to interview and choose a caterer.

Party Plus / Tips & Advice / Questions for a Caterer

Although this article comes from a rental store site, http://www.taylorrentalnaples.com/tips_advice/questions_for_a_caterer.htm , it has some great questions to ask a caterer the next time you are ready to hire one!  And don't forget about your local rental place the next time you have a party!

Kristi

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Sunday, August 06, 2006

Party Tips!

Party MusicMusic is an important element of most parties. If pre-recorded music is to be used, consider the musical preferences of your guests. Have a variety of music available. Put your depressing music selections away, keep the music upbeat and "mass appeal" for best results. Music helps set mood, so use with discretion. Find a tremendous assortment of music on sale including free music cds, by visiting the Music Department at Free World Mall. The best music web sites selling cd's, cassettes, and DVD's may be found there.

Party ideas Party tips party planning party games Holiday Party Birthday Party

This article comes from Vermont Living , www.vtliving.com, but don't let the location dismiss you from checking out the tips.  There are several, and they are fabulous!  This site includes tips on parking, smoking, seating, gifts, spills, and even jokes!

Party Safely and have fun!

Kristi

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Monday, July 24, 2006

Idea for Kids Party!

Make a MuralCreating a group mural is a great project for a birthday party!by Franny Shuker-Haines

Sesame Workshop - Make a Mural

This is a fabulous idea that will keep them busy for a while!  Good job Franny Shuker-Haines.


Have fun!

Kristi

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Sunday, July 23, 2006

Hollywood Party? Need Decorations?

Hollywood Mega Store - Film Accessories & Prop Collection


Check out this site for any Hollywood party theme need! They have some awsome stuff! Life size cut-outs even!


Have fun!

Kristi

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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Party Supplies And More!

A1 Party Suppliesoffers party items online to help you creatememorable events & enhance your themes.Browse our unique selection of novelties,accessories, gifts and favors.

Party Supplies For ALL Occasions

A-1, has a large selection of items and decorations for themed parties.  The above pictures are just a few.  Check them out!

Have a party and have a blast!

Kristi

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Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Play a Game!


Here is a fairly simple and very un-embarassing game that can be played at a party with small attendance or large. "The Memory Game"

On a tray, place about 10 to 15 small items (e.g. pencil, watch, comb, shoe lace, spoon, toy car, etc.) and cover with a cloth. Sit everyone in a circle. Place the tray in the middle of the circle and remove the cloth for 60 seconds. Everyone has to remember the objects. When the time is up, replace the cloth. In turn, each person has to name an object on the tray. The first person to fail to name an object, repeat an object or name something not on the tray is out. The tray is then removed and some or all of the objects replaced, and the game re-started with the person following the one who is out. If the game is too easy for the group, add more objects or reduce the time.



Have Fun!

Kristi


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