Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Twilight Party Ideas - One Way to Celebrate Your Birthday


Using Twilight as a way to celebrate your birthday has become quite a popular event. I wonder how many Halloween parties it's going to inspire!

Your birthday is around the corner and you still haven't come up with a theme for the party. You're out of ideas and you start to panic- what should you do? Well, while everybody else has notions of princesses and fairies as their themes, why don't you try something different and more interesting? Think Twilight Party Ideas.

The Twilight book saga has been sensational so you know that parties based on these are going to be surefire hits. If you want your party to be memorable, then you should have a Twilight-themed party. How to get started? It's quite simple.

Let's begin with the basics- make your own party invitations. Cut thick papers into 5 inch by 5 inch squares. Blood red papers would be nice. Download an eerie picture of any Twilight scene you like (you can find these in the net). Glue one picture for each paper and attach a small black ribbon on top. Put the party details at the back of the paper in black ink.

Now let's talk about decorations. Naturally, it should match the atmosphere depicted in the movie. Something dark, with lots of twinkle lights to make it enchanting would be great. Alice Cullen always planned the parties in the book saga, and Alice went crazy with twinkle lights!

Prepare a black satin table cloth. If you can't find black, use red. Set the table. Make sure to put juicy red apples on top of each plate. Jelly Apples would work too. Put some red food coloring in melted butter and pour it on top of freshly popped pop corn. That will help the popcorn to look a little vampy.

Place some candles on the table. If you can get hold of an antique-looking table candle set, it would surely make the whole set up more suitable for the occasion. Put posters of Edward and Bella, the Cullens, and other vampires on the walls of the party area.

Get some party music going! Play some eerie music. Classics such as Bach Toccata and Fugue in D minor and Brahms Piano Quintet in G minor are quintessential spooky music. Too dark for you? Then use the music soundtrack from the Twilight movie!

Naturally, no party is complete without a party punch. To make it more attuned to the theme, you should prepare a red party punch. All you need are: 2 cups apple juice, 4 cups cranberry juice, and 1.5L lime beverage...I use whichever one I find in the grocery store freezer. Mix them all together and put some ice just before serving.

Now you are ready for an unforgettable Twilight-themed birthday party! Since the DVD was just released for sale, why not have a movie viewing for your guests. Play some trivia games and you can make up a Jeopardy game easily with the help of one or more of the books. I have been dazzled by Edward and am a big fan of the Twilight Saga and movies, I would enjoy watching the movie with my friends and I am sure your friends would enjoy it too.




Ms. Party Ideas is Jillian Gallo and she writes about fun party stuff! Find all the unique party ideas and cheap party supplies at http://www.partyideasparade.com You can learn how to plan and organize your party ideas....all kinds of kids creative party ideas, delicious and easy party menu recipes and of course, fun party games is what you will find along with some great cake and cupcake decorating ideas! Make it yourself party food, invitations and decorations. You can find some great tips for a Halloween party or the Twilight theme that is so popular today at http://www.partyideasparade.com/twilight-party-ideas.html
Jilly also likes to play Pinata games so you can find out the game rules and learn how to play the pinata game too. Jillian enjoys swapping good party ideas with you, so if you have a great party idea...please let her know!



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