Hanna Montana Party
by Teresa S.
We sent out tickets to a Hanna Montana Party for our 9 year old daughter. We had tickets made to look like a concert ticket. In the ticket packet we included directions (that looked like a receipt for the tickets) to the party with time info and backstage passes (laminated lanyards!)
Decor: We held the party in our backyard... first the guests walked into the backyard on a red carpet (it was a roll of red table cloth that I got at the party store). It was blocked off by stanchions (that we rented)...
At the end of the carpet before they entered the back yard the paparazzi (a cardboard cut-out) and then a family member taking pictures. When the guests came into the backyard there was a table set up with all kinds of food and special "rider" items that the birthday girl requested.
There was a VIP area set up for the kids under a pop up tent that we had roped off (my brother served as a bouncer for the day!!! He is 275lb 6'5" and tattooed head to toe, he had no choice!!!)
In the VIP area we had put down some bean bag chairs (from a local goodwill store) and a carpet for the kids to sit on. A small table was there so they could have their lunch there too. Across the yard was the stage area. We put up a black backdrop against the house (again just rolled table cloth from the party store) then placed a whole bunch of stars in the colors of the party (pink purple and teal) on it.
We also had made the birthday girls name in HUGE letters (one piece of poster board cut out for each letter then spray on glue then glittered) and placed it above the stage. We set up the karaoke machine and had Hanna Montana CDs on hand for the kids to hit the stage with their microphone (got blow up ones from the party store).
The backstage area (just a table set off to the side) had boas, sunglasses fake tattoos, hats, fake hair and makeup for the kids and adults to get dressed up in!! We made sure we had about 50 balloons and all of the colors for the table cloths, plates, silverwear and napkins were in out theme.
Activities: We had LOTS of silly string, dress up items and karaoke activities. The most popular was the "Party Like a Rock Star Contest". It was a stage act from the kids!!! Hysterical!!! We had all of the kids go up on stage to give us their best rock star act.
Costumes: Our birthday girl had a rock and roll guitar shirt with a matching tutu, glasses and boa (a color that no one else had) crazy rock star make up, fish nets, and pink gloves. Her sister did the same except her shirt (we found on that said "mommies little side kick") so we cut out the mommies little and it just read side kick). Then we layered the now torn "rock star shirt" with a funky color tank!! We added lots of gel to her hair and she was the rockin side kick! Everyone had the opportunity to get in costume when they arrived at the party.
Snacks: We had finger foods, some of the b-day girls faves and pizza. The cake was decorated to the theme by a local bakery.
Favors: We found guitar shaped backpacks that we were able to fill with (all of the dress up stuff they chose) candy and themed favors that we got at the dollar store and party store! The whole party was great.
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