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    so my friend and i are throwing a joint 18th birthday but we need ideas for a theme. We don't want a huge complicated theme, just something that will allow people to dress up a bit but not have to go 'all out', something thats cool and fun but not lame as some 18 year olds can be judgemental :P. (we are getting a photo booth and a band to perform as well)
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    (Original post by vanessamacintosh)
    so my friend and i are throwing a joint 18th birthday but we need ideas for a theme. We don't want a huge complicated theme, just something that will allow people to dress up a bit but not have to go 'all out', something thats cool and fun but not lame as some 18 year olds can be judgemental :P. (we are getting a photo booth and a band to perform as well)
    Ultimately, what would YOU enjoy dressing up as..? That should give you some kind of indicator.

    I'm sure something that involves face paint would be fun, like a jungle theme or even a clown theme.

    Other things could be a 90s theme or famous action movies or a toga theme or... anything really.
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    (Original post by Kevin De Bruyne)
    Ultimately, what would YOU enjoy dressing up as..? That should give you some kind of indicator.

    I'm sure something that involves face paint would be fun, like a jungle theme or even a clown theme.

    Other things could be a 90s theme or famous action movies or a toga theme or... anything really.
    Thank you so much these are great ideas!!! We were thinking about incorporating a glow in the dark theme where everyone wears glow in the dark makeup and we will decorate the room eg. glow in the dark balloon etc.

    Whatcha think?? (i probably shouldn't stress over it so much XD)
 
 
 
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