By Stella Bolton. Party Decorations. Published at Monday, February 26th, 2018 - 15:48:31 PM.
Bear Party - Game ideas: Pin the honey pot on the teddy bear - if you have an artist in the family, draw a large teddy bear on poster board and cut out honey pots. Blindfold each child individually and see if they can put the honey pot into the teddy bears hand. Hot Teddy Bear - like hot potato only pass the teddy bear to the music. When the music stops, the person with the teddy bear is out. Toss the honey pot - draw a large bear head with an open mouth on poster board and lay it on the floor. Using yellow beanbags as the \"honey\" each child throws the bag to see if it will land in the bears mouth.
Balloon arches are extremely fashionable. They are simple to build and extraordinary to behold. A small balloon arch discerningly speckled across a cathedral ceiling finds an admiration in the eyes of the guests. Balloon decorations are the perfect way to jazz up your party. Mylar balloons are a milestone to the adult birthdays . Whether its a 16th birthday, 18th birthday or 21st birthday, these balloons is an absolute daze. These balloons can also be used as gifts on a birthday along with a teddy bear to add wonder. There is a Happy Birthday balloon bouquet which consists of six latex balloons and two Mylar happy birthday balloons.
Black Lights. Considered the most essential supply for any glow in the dark party is the black light. Black lights are simply bulbs or fluorescent tubes that emit a very dim or dark blue light. In the party venue, you can’t use the regular bulbs or tubes that produce a very bright light. This will eventually destroy the entire party’s theme. Black lights can provide a sufficient amount of light to allow movement in the venue but dim enough to preserve darkness. When choosing black lights, experts suggest the fluorescent tube types instead of the bulbs because they are more efficient in providing that needed black light.
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