Host a Teen Party Scramble for a special
guest of honor. First enlist the help of several friends. Interview the guest of honor to find out his/her favorite foods/recipes. Set-up the party to be progressive, this means that the party will begin
at one home and move to several others. At each location the host (and helpers) will prepare one of the favorite
dishes of the guest of honor. This would mean that at the first home you could have
appetizers...remember the favorite of the honoree. At the second home you could make his/her favorite salad. The third house would host his/her favorite entree. Arriving at the fourth house everyone would enjoy his/her favorite
desserts. After dessert or at another home you could plan games, entertainment
and/or gifts. To add some fun to the evening chauffeur the guest in his/her favorite
rent a sports car, convertible or hire a limousine
anything to make them the
center of attention.
For a twist try this party during the breakfast hour and make it a real
Teen Party Locations
like to have a teen party somewhere other than home, try one of these
Staying up late, telling stories, doing makeovers,
having pillow fights, watching movies, and giggling
all add up to one fun sleepover night with friends!
For breakfast the next day, serve funny face pancakes
or bagels; they'll be a hit!
Teens like things quirky. So why not try a "Backwards" party. Wear
your clothes backwards, have the food served "backwards" and do all
activities "backwards"! It makes for a fun-filled evening and will
be a party everyone truly remembers. Present a slideshow of the
guest of honor and do it from present to baby - "backwards" so to
speak. If you can locate an old turn table you could even play the
music "backwards". Don't use spoons for that ice cream...serve it
with forks instead. You will think of 100 things you can do
backwards. Just start brainstorming and think opposite of whatever
is the norm...it will keep everyone's head swimming. Start with the
invitations and cake...order the wording backwards...it will be a
American Idol Teen Party
To host an American Idol party you'll want to create a theme decor setting. Decorations can includer posters from the paparazzi of celebrities.
Did you know...American Idol contestants are between
17 and 29 years old?
A Hollywood movie awards theme seems to tie in well
with the American Idol theme and/or a Bling theme which accents the
glitz and glamour of Hollywood.
Party activities might include an American Idol karaoke lip sync contest, fan club meetings, photo shoots. Create a
Star Walk Of Fame and allow each
guests to write their own name on each star.
For each guest make them feel they have a celebrity status.
A schedule of lively games, activities, and prize
awards will generate as much excitement and pleasure as expensive entertainment.
For teens try to plan a party around a do-it-yourself theme. Although such parties could get quite messy, they are good for teens. Some ideas are taco building, cookie decorating, tie die art t-shirts, and clothing or cosmetic makeovers.
For a rambutious crowd try having a Karaoke contest or dance-a-thon!