Cool names for parties include a Winter Wonderland party, a Roaring '20s party and a Tropical Retreat party. Carry the fun name through to the party theme with invitations that explain the theme to guests. Consider adding specialized food, costumes and beverages to continue the fun.Continue Reading
Create a party with icy appeal when you choose a Winter Wonderland party. Consider offering guests hot chocolate, coffee and tea. Plan winter activities, and advise guests to wear their warm weather attire. Parties in an appropriate location may also include sledding, ice skating or an evening walk to enjoy the winter weather.
Celebrate the beauty and drama of the 1920s with a Roaring '20s party. Send invitations with this fun theme advising guests to dress up in their finest flapper attire. Be prepared to greet them with classy cocktails, mod decorations and food fit for the time period.
When the stress is mounting, consider hosting a Tropical Retreat party. Invitations to this party should advise guests to come dressed in their swimsuits or outdoor lounge wear. Prepare beach friendly food and cocktails that provide a taste of the tropics. Relax at the pool if one is available, and set up lounge chairs and appropriate decorations in the backyard.Learn more about Party Themes & Decor
A rigid pipe and base platform support stacks of balloon clusters to make balloon column decorations for parties. Display balloon columns at entrances or use them as party backdrops.Full Answer >
Some decoration ideas for children's parties include candy garlands, candy topiaries, hanging paper flowers and balloon animals. Other ideas are streamers, paper lanterns and banners.Full Answer >
Some themes for corporate parties include dance nights, such as a '50s sock hop, a '70s disco fever event or a salsa night, parties inspired by cuisine, such as a Hawaiian luau, a Texas barbecue or a picnic, or casino nights with an exotic location theme such as Las Vegas, Monaco, or a Caribbean island. Since many company parties occur during the holiday season, themes such as White Christmas, a masquerade ball or holidays around the world are also popular.Full Answer >
Great nonconfrontational conversation starters at parties include talking about the weather, the home team or family pets. Try to stay clear of controversial topics such as religion and politics. Engaging in small talk such as "Where are you from" and "What are you drinking" is a good way to find common interests.Full Answer >