An evening celebration whose organization is inspired by a real or imaginary fact, film, current events, music, lifestyle, history, colour, etc., the theme evening has been a fashionable concept for a few years now. To celebrate an event, anniversary, company party, success or other, organizing a theme party is one of the best ways to get out of the ordinary and impress your guests. Here are four ideas for theme parties that you can easily reproduce and create a sensation.
1.Old School PartyThe70's and 80's are full of references and styles, both clothing and music, that can inspire a theme party. Your guests will be able to dress in the fashion of the 80s: elephant legged trousers with a tight shirt unbuttoned to the chest, denim trousers and jacket, tracksuit suit or a brightly coloured jumpsuit. A fluffy wig will also be welcome to complete the style.
The disc-joker will also have to remain in the register of the 70s and 80s with titles from celebrities of the time such as Joe Dassin, the Jackson 5, Eagles, Michael Jackson and others.
2.Casino NightCasinogames at the heart of your birthday party! Here's an idea that your friends are sure to like. To make a success of this theme evening, the room must reflect the universe of a real casino, with slightly muted blue and red lights. The decoration should include cards, dice, numbers, chips, and why not a poker or blackjack table to start the evening. If your budget allows it, you can rent a pinball machine to be installed in the room. For the meal, plan a green table marked with numbers, such as a roulette table.
The appropriate style of clothing will then be a classic look with a shirt and bow tie.
3.Medieval EveningThetheme of the Middle Ages is also a great inspiration for organizing a themed evening. Knight, queen, viking, king, prince, princess, priestess and others, you will not be short of ideas for dressing up appropriately. As for decoration, your imagination is the only limit: wood fire in the courtyard, dragon garland, royal pennant and coat of arms, tapestry, swords, etc. To remain entirely in the spirit of the 15th century, in the kitchen, you will opt for chicken or pork stews and roasts, but also fruit, sausages and bread. Organize a real banquet without forgetting the barrels of red wine, the flute and the drum.
4.Greco-Roman mythological eveningRevisitthe entire Greco-Roman pantheon for an evening.
For more fun, the invitation cards that you will distribute before the party will indicate to each guest the character to be represented: Zeus, Apollo, Hermes, Venus, Aphrodite, Jupiter, Athena, etc. Disguises are far from being a puzzle. A white sheet, a belt, a pair of sandals, and you're done. Your party room will then be decorated like a Roman palace, with large white curtains, ivy and laurel leaves, candles and antique paintings. Don't forget the bunches of grapes and wine glasses.