Get Down and Boogie with These Planning Tips for our Disco Themed 1970ís Party Supplies!
If youíre planning for a dyno-mite 1970ís themed disco party and a trip down memory lane, our Disco 1970ís Party Supplies will help you get there in a cinch! The ďanything goesĒ disco craze of the 70ís provides a palette of festive neon colors for your decorating pleasure. Tableware from the Disco 1970ís Party Supplies feature a groovy disco-ball dance floor theme and creates a flashback for that killer party with some of your cool cats.
That 70ís Party with Some Way Cool Costumes!
Asking guests to come in a costume is one of the coolest ways to make your 70ís party a hit! The 1970ís provides a lot of funky wear like polyester, hot pants, bell bottoms and platforms. Toga parties were also a huge hit of the Seventies and can be super easy to make with a simple sheet. Be sure to notify your guests about the theme you choose for your party when invitations are sent.
Totally Digginí Your Crib to Catch Saturday Night Fever with Disco 70ís Party Supplies!
Decorating for this funkadelic party should be colorful with lots of different colored streamers and balloons. Ideas that go great with our Disco 1970ís Party Supplies is black lights, strobe lights and other disco themed items. Try hanging several of the Disco 70ís Party Decorative Disco Ball Cutouts
throughout your room, or if you want to try making one that is 3-D you can purchase a Styrofoam ball from your local craft store, break up old computer cdís and hot glue the chunks all over. It is a little time consuming but the result can be fabulous and cool. A beaded curtain or hanging streamers in the doorways can create a cool ambience to your main party room and help block lights from other areas of the house. Nostalgic posters hanging on your walls (you know these were hanging in every teenagerís room of the 70ís) like Farrah Fawcett, John Travolta, Bo Derek, Star Wars characters, Starsky and Hutch, etc. will really take your guests a step back in time.
Clearing the furniture out of a room for some night club style dancing can prove to be the main event of your 70ís disco themed party. Pumping up the disco music can easily be accomplished with a home computer and accessing music specific for the era through a free internet site like Pandora Radio. If you want to spend a little bread renting a karaoke machine is an option, or go all out by hiring a DJ with a selection of disco hits.
Serve Up Some 70ís Party Smiles with a Super-Styliní Salad Bar and a Happy Face Cake!
The Seventies was all about choices, so salad bars became all the rage and can provide a great menu choice, for this party theme. Arrange several bowls in a nice pattern. Line the inside of the bowls with kale before filling to them that professional salad bar touch you see in the restaurants. Fill several bowls to your heartís content with items like: Ambrosia Salad, Watergate Salad, Chicken Salad, Coleslaw, Wilted Spinach Salad, three-bean Salad, Jell-O molded Salad, Tuna Salad or Waldorf salad.
For a make your own garden salad bar some good choices might include: lettuce, tomatoes, broccoli, shredded cheese, onion, celery, peppers, beets, garbanzo beans, red cabbage, bacon bits, chopped hard-boiled egg, croutons, and a variety of dressing choices. Must haves to create smiles on the over 40 crowd might include alfalfa sprouts and bean sprouts, sunflower seeds and avocados.
In addition to a salad bar, itís a good idea to serve some appetizer items or a main course item. Some popular 70ís party choices for appetizers include: deviled eggs, stuffed celery (peanut butter, tuna salad, Cheez-whiz), green and black olives, cocktail weenies with dipping sauce or wrapped in dough and baked, chips with Lipton sour cream n' onion dip, Chex-mix, Cheese Doodles, chicken drummies w/ BBQ or sweet n' sour sauce, Crab Rangoon, or a veggie platter with hummous. A great main course item choice with all those salads might be quiche as it was an extremely popular item in the 70ís. If your crowd has a keen sense of humor and youíre a brave hostessÖdare we say itÖHamburger Helper!
To mimic that popular yellow happy face of the 1970ís decade and to bring on the smiles, bake a round cake and paint it with yellow frosting and a black smiley face. Baked Alaska, Cherries Jubilee, Bananas Foster, Pineapple Upside Down Cake and Strawberry Shortcake are also popular dessert choices of the Seventies.
Freak Out for These 1970ís Inspired Party Favors!
Send your 1970ís party guests home with memories of a great night and a sweet new pet that requires no care! Pet rocks were all the rage in the 70ís and can either be created by you ahead of time or set up a craft table at the party and let your guests get creative with some paint, glue and google eyes! Either way, these little critters will be totally tripping!