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Hop or 50th birthday party? Already have ideas for your 50s
party but looking for some ORIGINAL ones? SEARCH NO FURTHER!
This incredible e-book has compiled OVER 30 pages of creative
50's party ideas to make your 50's themed party or event FANTASTIC!
This download includes ALL of the following:
Party Decorations & Atmosphere Ideas
50's Party Invitation Ideas
50's Party Food Ideas
Kid's 50's Party Games and Activities
Adult 50's Party Game and Activities
PLUS!!! - SIX, ready to print 50's themed
party game sheets!!! Perfect for those filler
activities!!! Test your guests on their knowledge
of 50's music, TV shows and movies. They'll have
a great time putting well known 50's songs in
chronological order, guessing 50's TV shows based
on the characters and MORE!
For a sample game sheet, click the image below:
As an added bonus, we've ALSO included a short
supplement for 50th birthdays and wedding anniveraries!
online for ideas can take hours...and typically the ideas
are either overused or incomplete. Below is an example found
on party website when searching the net for ideas...
"Put music notes on the walls"
(#8 in the Decorations & Atmosphere section of The Ultimate
50's Theme Party)
8. Teacher supply stores are great places to get supplies
for homemade party decorations. You can purchase very inexpensively
a pack of single colored construction paper. Unless your party
colors dictate otherwise, buy a pack of all black construction
paper. From used manilla file folders, cut out a few stencils
of music notes. For a variety of shapes, check out some sheet
music (libraries, friends, online, churches, etc.) for a variety
of notes and symbols. Once you have a few, invite some friends
over to help trace and cut out a ton of notes to hang just
about anywhere (the walls, from the ceiling, etc.) This is
also a fun activity that the kids get in on! If you want to
get a little more ambitious, get your hands on a skein of
black yarn and create a five line music staff on which to
put the notes. When spacing the lines, keep in mind the size
of your notes so that they are somewhat proportional. Also,
remember that the music staff doesn't have to be straight
across like on a page of music - you can have it zigzag, flow
musically in circles or in whatever direction your creativity
takes you! A finishing touch would be to make a large jukebox
as a focal point for the musical notes to come from. This
can be made from poster board, a couple boxes stacked on top
of each other (covered with butcher paper this looks REALLY
great) or just butcher paper. If you have a tall ceiling,
you can make a HUGE one from butcher paper (once again, found
at teacher supply stores) by hanging several sheets next to
each other. With such a single large decoration (with the
notes then flowing out of it) you'd need very little else
to decorate your party and your guests will be incredibly
almost 100 MORE just like this!!!
IS NOT A REHASH OF SCATTERED IDEAS FOUND ON THE INTERNET!!!
Although some ideas might be familiar (which is inevitable),
a conscious effort has been made to provide unique ideas -
ones you would probably not find ANYWHERE else - many originated
by the author himself - ALL TO IMPRESS YOUR GUESTS!
do our customers have to say about the Ultimate 50s Theme
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had an unbelievable response to the ideas we used from the
50's themed event. It was for my parent's 50th wedding anniversary
and since they were married in the 50's, thought that would
be a different way to celebrate. It was a huge hit. People
dressed up and really got into the theme. The record bowls,
50 trinkets on the tables, music ideas were all super. It
would have never happened had your ideas not been a part of
our celebration." Patti S.
purchased the Ultimate 50s Theme Party that included the 50s
Treasure Hunt for my son's 5th grade Valentine's Day party
everyone including the parents had a blast!
I have been wanting to do a treasure hunt party but was intimidated
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