Girls Party IdeasCould today's young ladies enter Victorian Society?
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The party ideas listed here are all suggestions for girls parties that are designed to be hosted, by anyone enthusiastic enough to bring a sense of direction to the mayhem that follows just after a typical group of girls arrive for a party!
The Victorian Tea Party (Victorian theme with Victorian tea and parlor games).
This is the subject of our first party kit. The idea is to incorporate Victorian parlor games into a Victorian setting. There are many sites on the internet that give suggestions on tea party recipes as well as Victorian activities. Our own party kit takes the Victorian theme one step further by providing a setting under which todays young ladies may be instructed on the manners and customs of Victorian society. The games and activities in our party kit are designed to both entertain and enlighten your party guests.
Fairy tale workshop (Fairy tale theme with team games).
This party idea is for younger guests and involves a fairy tales (including princesses) theme. The idea is to decorate around the fairly tale theme, possible fancy dress. The kinds of party games that can be played include the "Arrange a story" party game. Story telling, by the host or hostess, can also be a part of this party idea. Also play acting works well here as guests can entertain each other by acting out well known stories (such as Goldie Locks and the three bears). If this acting out is to be done then the host or hostess should keep the action moving and try to involve everyone by doing many short plays, rather than one or two longer ones.
Witches night out (Halloween theme with magic tricks).
There are many party ideas that use the Halloween theme but one that will encourage everyone's participation is amateur magicians (or witches). This party idea entails a basic Halloween theme and magic tricks. Each guest is given a magic trick (nothing elaborate and many can be found free on the internet). The guests are given cards or other items needed to perform their own trick. You should be able to find a box of childrens magic tricks at your local toy store (or thrift store). These tricks are not sophisticated and their appeal, especially for older children, is often in the fact that the trick or illusion is not that magical. Explain to the guests that they have to each learn the trick provided (or possibly two) and then present the trick to the rest of the party. Their presentation, in performing the trick, should be as elaborate as possible in that they should try and imitate a real magician. If needed guests may act as assistants to each other.
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