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Pick a theme that the person whose birthday would be interested in. A sport, a movie theme ( I did a Twilight party when the movie first came out). Next decide if you want it home or at a skate park, restaurant, or a beach. The possibilities are endless. Make a budget of how much you can spend, whether or not you will serve alcohol, what kind of food you will serve to fit your theme. A Luau is popular, I did a unicorn theme for an adult that loves fantasy. If you do it at home, make sure you can find decorations to fit your theme. The hardest things to find are paper plates and napkins in all themes so check and see if you can find the ones to go along with it. Places like Party City can give you some ideas. I am giving my sister a Queen Elizabeth party in May. I found all of the Party goods on EbayUK. Use your creative side and bowl that person over in amazement. We gave a Leave it To beaver Party last year starring June Cleaver and it really went over well.You can make your own banners with a message such as Keep calm and Carry On (for Queen Elizabeth). Have Fun and don't forget a cake that matches.