Examples of catchy phrases for party invitations include: "Cheers," "Let them eat cake!" and "Let the Bubbly Flow!" More specific examples might include "Hot diggity dog" for a BBQ party or, for a bowling party, "Let's get things rolling - with an afternoon of bowling!"
A popular catchy phrase that can be adapted for many "milestone" birthday invitations (that is, 30, 40, 50 and so forth) is: "Oh no - say it isn't so... The big 3-0!"
Such phrases can be used as a punchy opening to invitations, then followed by more details on the event, date, location and contact details for sending RSVPs or "regrets."Learn More
To get a silver award in the Girl Scouts, a scout must complete a community service Take Action project. Girl Scouts in certain regions must submit a form after completing the project. Fifty hours is the suggested minimum time for completion of a Take Action project.Full Answer >
Some ideas for scavenger hunt items include toys like yo-yos or hula hoops, stationery like paper clips and staples, musical instruments like tambourines and natural items such as leaves from a specific tree, pine cones and sea shells. Scavenger hunt items tend to range in their difficulty of procurement, or at least in the effort required, often with an according number of points assigned to each.Full Answer >
To dress in disco clothes, wear polyester, spandex, slinky clothing and platform shoes. Think of over-the-top, tacky and shiny accessories and white polyester suits like the one made famous in "Saturday Night Fever." Find examples online or look in a costume or thrift shop for inspiration.Full Answer >
Making sure the house is decorated with nothing but Mickey Mouse decorations is a must when it comes to throwing a Mickey Mouse Clubhouse birthday party. Banners and streamers are great decorations, but there also should be plates, cups and napkins adorned with the happy mouse. A cake in the shape of Mickey's head works great for this party theme.Full Answer >