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Topic: 18th Birthday "Girly Skulls" Party...need help  (Read 516 times)
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« on: May 23, 2011 02:58:11 AM »

We are giving a party for my daughters 18th Birthday in July. She has chosen "Girly Skulls" as her 'theme', we have an image for the cake, and the invites made, colors are Hot Pink, Black & White. Other than that I am stumped. lol

We were thinking maybe a pasta dish with garlic bread, some pizzas & salad & of course cake & ice cream. But I am willing to change this if any ideas I like better! lol I can keep foods hot in crock pots on the serving table, but cant keep cold foods cold at the table, would have to store those in fridge in kitchen.

We have rented a medium sized bldg for the party, she is planning to have a DJ & dancing if they wanna. There is a full kitchen on site.

Thats about as far as we have made any plans.
Please give me ANY ideas you got!!!!
Thanks all!

« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2011 03:25:14 AM »

Would your cake image print out to a roughly skull shape? If so you could print out dozens, cut 'em out and use them for bunting. You could print out labels for the food using the image too.

Skull shaped mugs are available around halloween, perhaps you could use those (maybe painted to go with the theme?).

If you make your own pizza, you could make the dough roughly skull shaped.

If you can get hold of it, you could put your cold items on a grill tray just above a container of dry ice, you'd keep it cool and get the amazing smoke drifting down over the floor too.

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