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« on: October 12, 2007 07:38:18 PM »

So I'm having a little dinner party soon, and I kind of wanted something for everyone to do, but I'm unsure what. I was thinking about getting plastic champagne glasses and letting people paint them or something, but I don't think anyone would want to wait until the paint dries before drinking.
And also I thought that might be too kid's birthday party. So if anyone has any non-kiddie ideas that might appeal to some slightly dorky college students (or maybe something that might become more appealing as people get more drunk), I would appreciate it!
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2007 10:53:17 PM »

How classy do you want this dinner party to be? (Just cause most of my ideas tend to fall on the "very" end of the dorky spectrum) I have painted plastic champagne glasses to use as fountains in centerpieces, and the paint definitely took a long time to dry (we had to leave them overnight). Maybe using stickers and sharpies or other decorations that can be a little more instantly-usable would work.
Or doing some kind of food art thing could be fun, like decorating cupcakes/cookies with various funky toppings. Or you could put out a big piece of butcher paper on the table and have people draw all over it (it might be a little too little-kids-at-a-restaurant, but I totally still ask for crayons when I can get away with it).
Hope that helps a bit.
« Reply #2 on: October 13, 2007 12:03:39 PM »

That helps very much! I like the stickers idea. My friend said I should try getting everyone to make something and then we can have a gift exchange afterwards, which I thought sounded fun.
And as for classy, I try, but then everyone just gets really drunk.
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