"Friendships are one of the few things that improve with age." This year I would love to spend my birthday with people who I have grown close with over the past couple years. Of course, everyone is welcome at this event!
Be sure to look for the meetup sign -Adam and Shan will greet you with name tags!
DJ Rockstar Aaron who heads up the music for Forbidden Bingo on Monday nights at Maloney's will be available to do the music for the evening! Costumes are requested but not required.
Here are some fun ideas:
Pirates: I haven't yet come across the person who doesn't get a kick out of the thought of dressing up in something naughty and nautical, so this theme works well for a grown-up gathering, but kids love it too. Nothing says party quicker than a lass in a pirate wench costume.
: There are so many to choose from, and costumes can be had, or made, at a steal (think thrift shops, old capes and tights).
Monsters: A monsters theme costume party is perfect for Halloween. Or be even more specific and have a vampire or ghost party.
Tarts and Vicars: This is a really fun adult party that's popular in Great Britain. All the girls come as, well, "tarts" and the guys come as priests. Definitely a fun excuse to dress up!
Fictional Characters: Imagine the limitless bounty of costume ideas. You could do the Cat in the Hat, Headless Horseman, even the Mad Hatter. As long as it's in a book, it's fair game!
Angels and Devils: Plan this around Valentine's Day for a fun party, let your guests choose whether they want to be evil or good...or come as a neutral third party like Cupid.
Movie Themed: If you're over forty, then chances are you remember the Rocky Horror Picture show and the wild costumes that attendees would wear to the theater? Why not choose a popular movie and everyone dresses as a character from it?