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Party Planning

By: Mary Mernda, Fri Aug 4th, 2006

So you've decided to have a little party. Congratulations!!! You'll have fun and it won't be as hard as you're probably thinking right now. What's your plan? Inviting a few friends over for an evening of conversation? A 30th birthday party for your spouse? A victory celebration after finally paying off that mortgage that you thought would never go away? It doesn't matter. Any reason is a good reason to have a good time. Whether it's a catered affair or you do it all yourself, the object of the event is enjoyment, so why not enjoy getting ready for it also? Remember, any event can be broken down into 3 easy steps:

- Preparation - Presentation - Produlation What's 'produlation' you ask? That's the best part!!! It's when you produce the results of your preparation and presentation and receive the congratulations of your guests (and yourself, of course).

Preparation One of the keys to a successful gathering is preparation. And the earlier it starts, the better. We think it is important for a couple of reasons. First of all, it is a way to get organized. But more importantly, if time is spent in the preparation phase, you won't be running around at the last minute attending to details. This will better allow you to relax and enjoy your time with your guests. We've divided the preparation phase into three easy categories: - Menu - Layout - Cleaning If you've follow the above steps, you should be able to get a good night's sleep and relax while waiting for your event to begin!

Menu

Welcome to the most exciting section on the preparation for your party. Sure, as you look at the different options under preparation you see that terrible choice called 'cleaning'. But let's not think about that right now. Instead, why don't we just have some fun and let our imaginations run wild. The first decision you will need to make is whether you will be doing your own food preparation or using the services of a caterer. There is no right answer. We will tell you that once they were organized, many people have actually admitted that they enjoyed preparing the food. If that is your desire, read on. If you decide to follow the caterer route, it might still be a good idea to read the rest of this section to help prepare for the questions they will be asking you in order to help make your event memorable. The two most important words that come to mind when preparing your menu are variety and quantity. It's a good idea to provide your guests with a wide variety of choices. Some hot, some cold. Some dry, some with sauces. Add a few meats, vegetables, cheeses a couple of dips and maybe even some fruit and voila, you have a menu. Do you have a special finger food that is a little bit out of the ordinary? Add it to your menu. It's always a good idea to have a few old stand-bys such as chicken wings and chips for those with a less exotic palate. A typical menu we've seen included: wings with a variety of sauces (although they were just as good plain), pepperoni bread with a little spaghetti sauce on the side for dipping if desired, a variety of potato and tortilla chips with a couple of dip choices a vegetable tray and a selection of olives and pickles. Another idea to consider is having a few items on your menu that can be prepared in advance and reheated so that you are not rushing to prepare the food when you would rather be relaxing and thinking of the fun you will be having. After covering the variety of choices, it is now time to look at quantity. Always prepare more than you think you'll need. It may seem like a waste of money at first, but remember, you get to eat the leftovers. Or, as the host, you will be able to offer your guests a little going home gift. Now settle in and let your imagination run wild.

Layout Layout is an often overlooked part of the preparation. At many events there is a last minute rush to try and squeeze everything in and a considerable amount of time is spent rearranging things to ensure that both your guests and the food will all fit in the desired area. Of course, there are many factors which need to be considered when planning your layout. Such things as location (indoor or outdoor) and the amount of space you have. We've been to some events in 3000 square foot houses and others in 1000 square foot houses. Certainly the ones in larger areas made things easier, but even the smaller areas were successful because the host had taken the time to plan his layout. If at all possible, it is best to create three separate areas to help provide a free flow of guests and help eliminate traffic jams. One area will feature the food. Another will contain your drinks and drinkware. The third area will be used for plates, napkins, utensils and items of that sort. Without a doubt, the food area will be the most popular, so here are a few tips to help in that area. The first thing to consider is the option of setting the food on a table that will allow people to walk completely around it. The idea of setting plates, etc. in a separate area will allow people to pick up a plate and proceed to an open area of the food table in order to begin serving themselves. With the plates at one end of the food table, everyone feels obliged to walk around the whole table, even if the food the desire is at the very end. Now in setting up the food itself, there are a couple of things to consider. It is best to put what you believe will be the most popular food in the center of the table. This will allow your guests to have easy access from anywhere. Also, it is always a good idea to place any sauces near the edge of the table. This will prevent accidental spills into other foods which may make them unpleasing to your guests. Now close your eyes and start dreaming of the wonderful layout you have designed for your guests.

Cleaning

As the saying goes, "cleanliness is next to godliness". Unfortunately, cleaning is probably the least glamorous task at hand. However, it is also one of the most important because it leads to the next major area, presentation. It is best to do as much of the major cleaning as possible on the day before the special event. This will help prevent wearing yourself out on the appointed day or cleaning too early and finding it necessary to reclean. We've included a handy check list and some pointers that we've learned from experience. This is all going to sound like pretty common sense information, but while being in the middle of preparation, it is sometimes easy to overlook even the most basic elements. Checklist:

Kitchen:

_____ Clear off as much as possible from coutertops. This will help the area to look neat and uncluttered. It is expected to see certain things on a counter top such as a coffee maker, canister set or a cookie jar. But the 3 cans of soup you bought last week should be put in their proper place. _____ Clean all dirty dishes. Nothing says unprepared like walking into a kitchen with a sink full of dirty dishes. _____ Once the dishes have been cleaned, store them properly. _____ Have a trash can available in the vicinity of the serving area if this is not a formal dinner. Always be sure to use a clean trash bag. If necessary, take a half full bag and store it out of the way until the event is over. Bathroom:

_____ Clean the toilet (including the top of the tank) and the sink. _____ Again, clear off as much as possible from coutertops. _____ Do you have a large family? Are there various towels and washcloths hanging around? Put them all in a clothes hamper. It looks so much neater that way. _____ Place clean towels in a area where it is convenient for your guests to dry their hands. _____ If you have one of those liquid soap dispensers, ensure that it is atleast half full. Totally filled is best. _____ Place a spare roll or two of toilet paper where they can easily be seen. A small basket holding these can add to the overall appearance. _____ It looks best if the shower curtain is drawn shut. This will also hide any clutter from shampoo bottles, etc. If there are doors on the shower, shut them.

Serving/Eating Area:

_____ Clean all corners and baseboards. These areas tend to be neglected during routine cleaning. _____ Dust any horizontal surfaces. This is another area that can be overlooked from time to time. _____ If you are using a room that will feature a view of the outdoors, take time to thoroughly clean any windows. And you're done! Now that wasn't so bad after all.

Presentation

Congratulations!!! You've made it through the most difficult section, preparation and moved on to presentation. This is the area that is featured by most people, but we believe good preparation leads to good presentation. While it is important to consider the layout and presentation of the food serving area, we feel that some time should be taken to consider the overall appearance of your event area with the food starting out as the focal point. As you are undoubtedly aware, the serving area will become unkempt, therefore, it is a good idea to include the entire event area when working on presentation. One point to consider is the style of the serving dishes. Once again, this will be somewhat dictated by the location of your event. There are those who prefer the clear or colored glass type of serving dishes. Others prefer a ceramic dish. The choice is yours. Since this is a special event, we suggest refraining from the use of cheap plastic serving dishes if at all possible. Many people have told us they've picked up quite a collection over time discount stores. Some have even told us of finds they've made at dollar stores. The next thing you might want to think about is the use of a center piece. While there is nothing wrong with this, we are of the belief that the food itself is the center piece. Now that your guests have enjoyed the food that you have prepared, it is time for them to relax, mingle and talk with each other. A nice idea that we've seen to help promote conversation during the quiet periods is to place a few photo albums in an area where your guests can browse them. This is especially helpful if you have a group of people that tends to spend a lot of time together. As they flip through the pages they will recall bygone days that you've spent together. If you have children, maybe an album of kids photos as they were growing up. This may spark memories of their own children or even their childhood which can lead to some pretty interesting conversations. Another idea we've been made aware of is setting out a conversation starter book. An example we've seen is a book that asks questions about Christmas. There were questions such as 'what was your favorite Christmas gift.' Remember, even though you may be dealing with adults, they're still children at heart. Produation

You may be asking yourself, as many before you have, "what is produlation?" It is the euphoric feeling you get when you PRODuce a premier event and receive the congratULATIONS of all who attend. You've done such a fine job you can even congratulate yourself. You've put all of the hard work behind you. As you were preparing, I'm sure there were times when you were asking yourself if it was worth it. Now you know it was, so ENJOY yourself!!! One last thing, which will help the produlation continue. If you read the menu section, the produlation will continue as you pull out some of the food you've held back and restock your party feast. ranchandpenthouse.bravepages.com Ranch and Penthouse 2003. All rights reserved.

About the author: I'm a 50 yaer old happily married housewife with 3 nearly grown children. Through the years my husband and I have enjoyed entertaining family and friends in our home. As a result, we've created a small list of do's and don't's that make party planning easier and more enjoyable.
 

 

 

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Throw a Rockin' New Year's Eve Party

By: Dee Schrock, Fri Mar 31st, 2006

Traditionally, New Years Eve parties were focused on couples only. Fortunately, not anymore! It is also not as exclusively formal as in previous decades. It is much more common to include the whole family and singles in the celebration as well. Alcohol, no alcohol, anything and everything goes these days.

Decorate with black, silver, and gold. Go all out with feather boas and top hats. Don't forget the noisemakers and party poppers to bring in the New Year.

Here are some fun activity ideas to bring in the New Yaer:

*Resolutions Roast. Give each guest a turn roast their resolution for 2006. It is usually related to some sort of weight loss or self-improvement idea. For example, say "goodbye (name) and hello to a lighter, tighter me!"

*Costume or masquerade party. Don a mask and be a lady or gent of mystery!

*New Years around the world. Have guests bring dishes that reflect their ethnicities and countries of origin.

*Murder mystery party. Purchase murder mystery scripts or use a local murder mystery company to host the event.

*Create a time capsule to be opened in five years. Include some of 2005 items and a questionnaire about what they think it will be in 2010. Make a video of the party to include in her time capsule.

*Board games or card game championships

*Take a day cruise on a local body of water.

*Hire a bellydancer or salsa dancer to give lessons and give the guests a little spice for in their lives. Everyone will have a good laugh as they try out their new skills!

*Hold a couple's party and play the Newlywed Game to see who's most in tune with each other.

*Gambling on a winner? Choose a casino night for an easy to put together bachelorette party.

*Is a happy and prosperous year in the cards? Use a fortune telling theme complete with palm readings and crystal balls.

*Go out dancing at the host's favorite club.

Drop balloons at midnight and toast your friends and family!

About the author: Dee Schrock http://www.fun-theme-party-ideas.com has put together hundreds of theme party tips and fun ideas for easy (and budget conscious!) party planning. Copyright 2005. Feel free to reprint this article on your site as long as the article is not modified in any way and the resource information (about the author) is listed as above.

 

 

 

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Christmas and Holiday Party Fashion Tips

By: Katie Rose, Mon Dec 19th, 2005

Have you given any thought to what you are going to wear to the holiday parties this year?

An invitation to a special Christmas or New Yaer's Eve party can strike fear in the hearts of the most fashion-conscious among us - to say nothing of the fashion-impaired.

Finding the perfect outfit should not cause a grown woman to cry - even though socially the decision ranks right up there with what to wear to an ex's wedding or the prom.

There are several big mistakes that women make most often:

1. Trying to impress with the latest style even if the style is not meant for someone their age/body shape/personality - they often succeed only in looking foolish or as if they are desparately clinging to their youth.

2. Overkill - wearing all of your jewelry at once or wearing your lowest-cut dress with your nosebleed-high heels.

3. Dressing too sexy to be appropriate for the occasion - office holiday parties are not the place to try out that plunging neckline or up-to-here skirt.

4. Making no effort at all - wearing picnic casual to a black and white New Year's Eve ball.

When choosing attire for a party try to pick something your will feel comfortable in, something that will get you compliments for your taste in color, style or fabric. When you try your outfit on try to imagine the color photos making the e-mail rounds next week.

One great option is to pick a fairly plain dress in basic black or holiday red and let your accessories do the hard work. Add one show-stopping piece of jewelry like a gorgeous long strand of pearls or a sparkly Christmas-themed brooch. Carry a beautiful beaded handbag or wear a contrasting festive scarf or cape-like coat.

Pay special attention to your lingerie - a little undercover help can also totally change an outfit. Try a minimizer bra if you are too well endowed or a push-up or padded bra if you need a LITTLE cleavage to accent your dress. Almost any body shape can benefit from a smoothing undergarment just to straighten out lines and bulges and give a polished look to your outfit.

Don't forget your make-up. This is a great time to pamper yourself at a department store beauty counter on the afternoon of the party for a make-over or splurge at a local spa. Professionally applied make-up can light up your face and people will remember your feeling and glow of self-confidence and beauty.

A party is a perfect place to try a little bit of a new style but do not go overboard - after all, you hope you were invited for your sparkling conversation and contribution to the group, not as window dressing.

About the author: Copyright 2005 Katie Rose Intimates Sexy Costumes and Lingerie

Katie Rose is the owner of Katie Rose Intimates Sexy Costumes and Lingerie - a fine lingerie shop featuring romantic Christmas and holiday gifts, fantasy clothing, leather and lace and intimate apparel in sexy, erotic, romantic Valentines clothes and unique styles

 

 

 

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How to "Theme" Your Kid Party

By: Chris Yates, Sun Mar 12th, 2006

Planning a children's party can be a little overwhelming... even scary. After all, throwing a great party is something your child will remember for a long lime. On the other hand, if the party bombs they will NEVER forget it.

The easiest way to ensure a successful party is to build it around one central theme.

A theme will allow you to integrate all the different elements of the party, it will point you in the right decorating direction, and it will help you plan your activities. Having a theme is essential.

How to Choose a Theme

Choosing a theme for your child's party depends on three key factors:

- The age of the child

- The child's interests

- The time of year or reason for the party

The Age of the Child - The age of the children who will attend the party will have a lot to do with the party theme you choose. Blue's Clues might be great for a pack of three year olds, but a seven year old birthday boy would be mortified! By the same token, Harry Potter might serve you well for a group of pre-teens, but a group of kindergarteners just wouldn't get it.

The point... be sure your theme is appropriate for you child's age.

The Child's Interests - What is your child interested in? Some kids love particular sports like gymnastics or soccer, while others have a keen interest in super heros or science. Just about anything that a child is really interested in can be transformed into a great theme for a party.

The Time of Year or Reason For The Party - A halloween party has a built in theme, so a birthday around that time of year might have a Halloween or costume theme. Summer parties are often "pool parties" or outdoor themed parties. Obviously, you wouldn't have an outdoor pool party for Christmas if you live in Canada... it just wouldn't make sense.

The "Best" Way to Choose A Theme...

Talk to your child and get them involved in the planning!

Most kids have a pretty good idea of what kind of party they want. If you fail to talk it over with your child, you might both be disappointed.

Children often have unrealistic expectations. A lot of kids have a whole scenario layed out in their head -- they've imagined every little part of the party and they expect you to deliver. Talking it out can help you both find a realistic common ground.

Sometimes it also helps to provide a younger child with two or three theme choices and let the child choose his/her own party theme.

Once you've decided on a theme, it becomes fairly easy to plan the party. The invitations, decorations, food, favors, and activities will all be based on your theme. Choose a theme that truly fits your child's personality and you'll be sure to create an awesome party experience for both of you.

About the author: Discover how to have an Awesome Children's Party! Kid Party Ideas makes it Easy with tons of Free ideas, tips, themes, games, and activities. Make A Memory That Will Last A Lifetime! Visit: http://www.Kid-Party-Ideas.com

 

 

 

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Child Party Planner - 9 Steps To A Successful Party

By: Mike Dougherty "Grandpa Mike", Mon Nov 7th, 2005

Why Run Around At The Last Minute?

By following these 9 steps your kid party planning experience will be lots more fun.

You'll take the stress out of planning, make things easier on your pocket book and you'll have a fun and successful party.

Give Yourself Plenty of Time

If at all possible, start putting together your child's party several months in advance. This will give you plenty of time to put everything together without having to run all over the place at the last minute until you're worn out, stressed out and find yourself saying "I'll be glad when this is over with."

Your Party Date And Time

Since it may not be practical to hold your child's birthday party celebration on their actual birth date, you need to consider a few things before deciding on the date of their party.

Make sure your party date won't conflict with any holidays or other events.

Also consider the best time of the day for your party.

After lunch will mean you won't have to serve food other than snacks, cake and ice cream.

Your Birthday Party Theme

One of the most popular ways to celebrate a child's birthday is with a theme related to something your child enjoys. A movie, a TV show, a sport, hobby, general interest, or a favorite character like a Disney character...

If your child likes Barbie, choose a Barbie theme, if your child liked the movie Shrek, you can base an entire birthday on the Shrek theme.

This is the perfect time to let your child become involved in planning their party.

We encourage you to spend some quality time with your child discussing which theme they are most interested in. But be sure you agree with their choice before proceeding. Your child will only be thinking about which theme will be the most fun, while you need to also consider what may or may not be practical.

And once you and your child have decided on a kid birthday party theme, everything else will fall into place.

Your Guest List

When considering your kid party planning, experts advise you should invite one guest for every year of your child's age. This keeps your party manageable. Other considerations include your budget and the location of your party.

But the question of how many guests you should invite to your birthday party can only be answered by you and your child... I suggest you mainly consider your budget and your party location... If you're comfortable with a house full of 20 kids for your child's 8th birthday, then go for it!

Your Birthday Party Location

You may want to control your child's birthday party by holding the celebration in your home and/or backyard. Or you may want to consider having your birthday party at another location like a local restaurant (where they do most of the clean-up) or a local park, amusement part, zoo or some other fun location. To keep your child party planning manageable, call any other locations your considering in advance... You don't want to hear "we're all booked up on that date."

Kid Birthday Party Invitations

Once you and your child have decided on a theme, your party date, time, location and guest list, you can create or purchase kid birthday party invitations involving your theme. Putting together creative invitations is a great way to spend quality time with your child. Let them help you pick out the invitations or let them help make the invitations. And remember, your invitations should be creative, fun and let your invited guests know your party is going to be special.

Kid Birthday Party Food and Drinks

The first thing that comes to mind when you say "birthday Party" is a birthday cake. You can purchase a ready made cake, have one made especially for your party, or you can have a wonderful time creating a special cake from an easy recipe that fits your theme.

For other snacks and treats, keep your party theme in mind.

Kid Birthday Party Games and Activities

Put together a list of games and activities to keep your party guests busy and having lots of fun.

You may also want to include quiet games, puzzles and other activities designed to wind your party down so your guests will go home a little less excited.

Birthday Party Thank You Notes

A day or so after your birthday party, sit down with your child and send out thank you notes to each of your guests. This will help to teach your child responsibility and how to thank their friends for being kind enough to bring them a gift or birthday card.

By following these 9 steps to a successful kid birthday party your party planning will be so much easier and lots of fun.

For more information on planning your kid birthday party take a look at Fun-Kid-Birthday-Parties.com

About the author: Mike Dougherty has years worth of experience putting together parties for his two children and now two grandchildren. Mike is now webmaster for Fun-Kid-Birthday-Parties.com and a movie web site Best-DVD-Movie-Club.com

 

 

 

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Tips On Hosting a Christmas tree trimming party

By: Adam Lenk, Wed Jul 26th, 2006

Do you remember when the Christmas season was less of a hassle and more of a joyous time spent with family and friends? Back in the day, families just seemed to have enough time to sit back and enjoy the holiday season. Today, on the other hand, many people get harried, rushed and basically stressed out during the Christmas holiday. There just seems to be no time to enjoy any of life's simple pleasures when there is so much shopping and entertaining to squeeze in during a short period of time.

Take trimming the tree for instance. As a kid, I can remember the whole family gathered around the tree, Christmas music blaring in the background, warm home-baked cookies and cool milk in our tummies, as each of us took a turn to place our most precious and beloved ornaments on the tree. And when we got done trimming our Christmas tree, we loaded up and went to Grandma's and started the whole thing over. It was a time of being together, a time of love, laughter and celebration that the whole family slowed down to enjoy and appreciate.

Now, fast forward... I'm not going to say how many years; that would be too revealing. Let's just say to today. In many households the act of trimming the tree has evolved into more of a hectic holiday task than a chance to enjoy and celebrate the season. I've even heard many moan and groan about having to put up the Christmas tree when they got home from work. If this is the way things are at your house around the holidays, maybe you should think about hosting a tree trimming party to recapture that holiday spirit.

A Christmas tree trimming party can turn what was once viewed as a tedious chore into a joyous holiday gathering with your closest friends and loved ones. All you need is a tree, decorations, a few appetizers and your favorite people.

Here's how you can host a tree trimming party at your home during this Christmas season.

Invitations. With so many competing functions to attend, even your closest relatives can forget an event if you only invite them informally. By sending out invitations, you can formally invite your closest family and friends and give them the sense that this is something worth attending. Invitations do not have to be expensive. You can pick up simple cookie-cutter invitations at the dollar store or party supply store. You can also print invitations up on your computer.

Ornaments. Ask each of your guests to bring an inexpensive or homemade ornament to hang on your tree. In years to come, when you unpack these ornaments, you will be reminded of the special people who attended your tree trimming party and the memories that you created.

Appetizers. While you do not need to plan a lavish banquet to serve your guests, you should serve a wide variety of appetizers which include hot and cold entrees and a little bit of the sweet stuff. If you have family members or friends who are health conscious or follow specific diets, keep them in mind also while you're preparing the menu.

Setup. Place beverages and appetizers on several tables or counters, in a room separate from the tree, in a way that guests can flow freely around the buffet to choose their favorite munchies. Nobody likes to have to fight or squeeze their way through a tight crowd to refill their drink or get a little something to nibble on. The same thing goes for the "tree trimming room." Place ornaments openly on tables so that guests can move about freely and their special touch to the tree at will. Also make sure that there is plenty of space for guests to mingle and move throughout the house.

As you can see, a tree trimming party can be a great way to get a holiday chore done while enjoying precious time with your family and friends in a casual atmosphere. If you do not want to host a Christmas tree trimming party in your home every year, you can pass the torch on to other family members so that you can trim a tree at a different home each year but still get to spend quality time together.

About the author: By Adam Lenk

For more christmas tips and articles visit Christmas Visions

 

 

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Kid's Movie Party Theme

By: Mike Dougherty "Grandpa Mike", Sun Jul 30th, 2006

Kid s Movie Party Theme

Lights! Camera! Action!

Now with our exclusive movie party theme, your birthday child can star in their own movie!

That's right, with fun kid birthday parties one-of-a-kind movie making adventure, you can turn your child's birthday party into a movie making party they'll never forget. Imagine how excited your birthday child will be when they get to tell all their party guests that everyone is going to be in a movie... Wow! This is going to be super fun.

"The Great Birthday Treasure Hunt" is an original 3 minute mini-movie script exclusively from Fun Kid Birthday Parties and it's yours absolutely FREE.

And when you order your free movie script we'll even send you our easy to follow tips on how to put together this super fun one-of-a-kind movie party theme that everyone will love... And you'll have a great time too!

Movie Party Theme

Everyone has dreamed of starring in a movie... And now your birthday child can star in "The Great Birthday Treasure Hunt" a fun 3 minute movie production.

Movie Party Invitations

Make your invitations into a "Movie Star Contract." You might write something like this:

Movie Star Contract

"You're so talented and glamorous that (your family name) Productions would like for you to sign this fun contract to appear in our latest blockbuster movie production titled "The Great Birthday Treasure Hunt."

We're celebrating (first and last name of birthday child)'s birthday on (day and date of the party) at our (your family name) Productions movie studios from (start time and end time of your party).

(First and last name of birthday child) will be starring in our movie adventure and wants you to be one of the movie's co-stars.

"The Great Birthday Treasure Hunt" will be filmed on location in and around our movie studio.

Our movie party theme will include time for autographs, movie games and activities, movie screenings and our studio commissary will be providing delicious movie production treats for our entire cast.

Please sign this Movie Star Contract and call your agent (name of agent to ask for) at (telephone number) to RSVP for your movie star roll in our original movie production."

The (family name) Productions movie studio is located at (address).

Come dressed as your favorite movie character. (or you can have everyone show up in whatever costume you'd like, western, The Incredibles, Princess, fashion, or whatever theme you want).

Movie Party Theme Decorations

Your decorations can include a director's chair, a megaphone, scene slate, light cut outs, camera cut outs, studio signs like "Hot Set". "Birthday Movie Set", "Hollywood Studio". .

Movie Party Theme Games And Activities

You can make your movie production your entire party or you can set up some movie related activities and games.

Movie Party Theme, Screen Your Dailies

After you shoot the scenes for your movie, "The Great Birthday Treasure Hunt", you can screen the raw unedited footage. Your guests will love seeing everything, including all the fun out-takes and bloopers.

Movie Party Theme, Snacks And Refreshments

Movie sets always have lots of snack food nearby for all the actors and crew... Favorites include M & M candies, Gummy Bears, nuts, fruit slices, veggie slices, chips and dips and any other finger snacks your birthday child might like. Have fun and put a sign on your table that reads "Studio Commissary".

Kid Movie Party World Premiere

One of the fun things about shooting a movie as a special birthday party is that you can have a second party as well. We've done this and everyone loved it!

Once your movie is edited, you'll want to have your movies "World Premiere." Print out some movie ticket invitations, roll out a red carpet, invite the "paparazzi" (photographers) to snap pictures and video as your stars arrive.

Have some popcorn, screen your movie!

Follow your movie's world premiere with an Academy Awards style party. Hand out awards (special best actor certificates) to all your actors! And let everyone make an acceptance speech. This is a lot of fun. This will be a movie premiere that everyone will remember!

To get you started on this unique, one-of-a-kind movie making adventure, Fun Kid Birthday Parties will send you a copy of our 3 minute movie script, "The Great Birthday Treasure Hunt" absolutely free. And we'll include our easy to follow tips on how to put together this fun movie production for your birthday child.

To get your free kids movie party script visit us at

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About the author: Mike Dougherty is a movie and television writer, producer, director, video editor and regional Emmy award winning videographer. Mike is web master for Fun-Kid-Birthday-Parties.com and a movie based web site Best-DVD-Movie-club.com

 

 

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