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Topic: Twilight Twentieth Party  (Read 1292 times)
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« on: August 14, 2008 10:24:52 PM »

I decided a month or so ago that I had to have a Twilight themed twentieth b-day party. I had it a little early because of school and all, but I think it turned out ok. I actually think I had more fun making all the decorations and stuff.

I painted this background to give my living room a very Forks/Twilight feel.

Here's a closeup of the road and sign....

And the Cullen's house of course....

I made a Jacob pinata, which looks more like a beaver/squirrel/thing, but it doesn't matter. Didn't actually get a chance to beat him to a pulp so he lives to see another day.

I used black and red plates, utensils, cups, streamers, etc.

We had mushroom ravioli and coke because that's what Bella ate with Edward on their first semi-date thing. Then I made cupcakes with Twilight pairings and titles, but I got lazy so I just threw some sprinkles on the rest.

I had a lot of fun just being with my closest friends and talking about Twilight. I know Twilight is pretty popular right now so maybe this can serve as an inspiration to anyone else planning a Twilight themed party.
Thanks for looking!

Isolde Darling
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2008 11:30:14 AM »

I adore Twilight! This is such a good idea.. my friends and I had a little party of our own when Breaking Dawn was released. It wasn't nearly as extravagant as this though.

However, I must say.. Jacob is definitely my favourite and doesn't deserve to be beaten up ahahah  Wink

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« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2008 08:44:25 AM »

Thats a really great idea! You did a wonderful job with the decorations. I thought the ravioli  with mushrooms and coke was a great touch  Grin

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