• Making Your Holiday Parties Memorable

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    August 29, 2017 /  Tours & Travels

    With the holiday season approaching, its time to start considering planning for parties. Some of the most creative, fun parties revolve around themes. But decorating for specific themes can be more difficult, especially if you dont know what to look for. But there are tons of places to get unique decorating supplies for your specific theme. One of the most memorable decorations you can get to have your party stick out among the crowd is a life-size statue to highlight your theme.

    Halloween Parties
    Halloween kicks off the holiday season in style. This is one of the best occasions for picking a specific theme rather than getting out your old standby spooky dcor. You could go with a pirate theme, which is always fun for everyone, and have a life-size pirate captain to greet your guests and trick-or-treaters. Even if you stick with the traditional spooky theme, a life-size witch or grim reaper can make your party stand out.

    Christmas Parties
    It seems every year there are dozens of Christmas parties, and they all feel like the same party. Christmas is a great time to stand out among the crowd by choosing an interesting theme. You get a life-size snowman for a winter wonderland theme. Or, if you want something particularly classy you can do a Nutcracker theme. A life-size nutcracker and the classical sound track are sure to make your party memorable.

    New Years Parties
    New Years Eve is a great time to play with themes. A glamorous party can be turned into a Hollywood themed party with life-size replicas of your favorite celebrities. For a more laid back party, you could have a karaoke night with a life-size Elvis up on the stage.

    Themed holiday parties offer your guests something new and interesting. Using a life-size statue to help create your theme will really make your holiday parties memorable.

    Posted by moveholiday @ 10:24 pm

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