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« on: April 22, 2009 04:10:08 PM »

well its that time of the year again. but this time im at a lost.
my birthday is alittle over a month away and i have nothing ready.

i recently decided i want a disney party. i love disney so i though it would be a great idea.

but after that i am lost.
anyone have and advice or ideas?
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2009 08:38:10 PM »

Instead of the obvious Disney princess/hero theme, why not go with a Disney Villain party?  Everyone loves a bad guy.  Your invitations could call a meeting of evil masterminds to a secret lair.  Guests could come dressed as their favourite villain (bonus points for bringing minions or henchmen). 

Games or activities might include:
Hero darts (darts with pictures of Disney heroes taped to the board)
'Guess that monologue' (where you listen to a clip from a movie and guess which bad guy is speaking)
Diabolical Scheme Mime (have to mime a plot to destroy the world, etc and others guess)
What's My Theme Song? (perform theme songs, etc as group skits)
Capture the Damsel (capture the flag with a scarecrow type damsel instead)
The Lair That Jack Built (come up with your own 'This is the house that Jack built' song pertinent to villains)

Award prizes for best costume, best use of maniacal laughter, most inventive insult to a hero.

Serve bittersweet chocolate cake with frosted sour grapes and toxic punch.

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« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2009 08:09:23 AM »

I love the hero darts idea!  I'm totally on for a Disney villains one.  Rossie is dead on that that'll be the most fun for your 17th (definitely not a 7 year-old's cutesy princess party).  I would also serve poisoned apples, chicken wings (and call them Snow White's/Cinderella's stupid birds), and another drink option labeled Sleeping Potion.  If you can make a pinata, make it look like one of the pretty princesses' faces and then bash it in.  This is a really good idea, Rossie!

I love planning parties - come to me if you need any ideas!
« Reply #3 on: April 23, 2009 02:39:41 PM »

those are really good ideas.
thanks A LOT
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