Now that January is in the past, party season is again upon us. Allow the celebrations begin! Celebrations are instances for sharing special moments with family and friends, like birthdays, weddings and birthdays. Other celebrations are just for the pleasure of it. Parties in my town start with the Super Bowl and just keep on coming until Christmas again. Some celebrations are for universities, charities and churches and are commonly called”party book” occasions.
In case you have been attempting to show off that new kitchen remodel for your friends, use your new barbecue or host a memorable day for the sake of a charity, then below are some party ideas which will surely be the talk of town.
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Chinese New Year Packets, Set of 6 – $2.99
1. Chinese Takeout Party
Chinese New Year is celebrated in February and is now a joyous time of food and traditions. Join in the fun with a small twist by hosting a Chinese takeout party.
The color red is a big part of the celebration. Red envelopes such as these are used to give gifts to friends and family, usually coins or dollar bills.
Pagoda Salt and Pepper Set – $60
Set your table with Chinese-inspired reasonable.
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Dragon Napkins – $125
It can be quite formal or as casual as you desire. Put the table based on the Chinese zodiac; 2013 is the year of the snake. Find the Chinese place together with all the yummiest takeout in the town and serve it directly from conventional takeout boxes.
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2. Poker Party
Throw a poker night with great food and friends.Make sure to have a lot of finger foods and cold beverages.
Classic Edition Monopoly – $149
You are able to host a family-friendly version of this party using another table for children and traditional board games, such as Monopoly and Bingo.
Town Hall Bingo – $129
Have an older kid keep score for the younger children and have prizes for the winners.
Cuisinart Electric Fondue Set – $69.95
3. Chocolate Fondue Party
This is just one of the’70s. Ideal for girls’ night, the chocolate fondue party is an enjoyable potluck-style party. Have your guests bring sliced fruit, marshmallows or graham crackers.
Throw in a touch color for the party. Color consistently makes a party festive by creating instant whimsy. Anything hanging from the ceiling is a great start to a celebration.
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Organize the food artfully with other goodies before everyone starts to dip.
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4. Movie-Night Party
Oscar night is February 24 in 2013. It is a great time to concentrate on films. This is a gathering my children love. This works great when you have a media room or just a big-screen TV. Make tickets and gather them at the door when the kids arrive.
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Enjoy a lot of conventional movie treats, such as popcorn, soda and ginger pop. Although not the funniest treats for children, every once in a while they make film night even more special.
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Mini Striped Popcorn Boxes, Set of 24 – $4
Actual popcorn boxes are available at most party stores or online. Personalize the boxes by writing everyone’s name on them.
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5. Concert Party
Have musical Buddies? Why not have a concert at home? A growing number of people are choosing music rooms in their houses, occasionally turning underused rooms, such as dining rooms, into miniature concert halls.
Gakki Percussion Set – AUD 67.50
This sort of party can do the job for kids or adults. Child-friendly tools are simple to find, and playing an instrument is a wonderful hobby to boost in children.
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For an adults-only version, set up a bar cart and serve delicious drinks as you listen to your friends share their musical talents.
Tell us about your favourite party heritage below!