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How to Throw an 80’s Party!

Step 1 - Create Printed Invitations
to Personally Hand Out to All Your Friends and Family

Step 2 – Set the Dress Code
80's Of Course!

Step 3 - Create a Fun Photo Booth
with Props and a Themed Polaroid Frame

Step 4 - Provide a Candy Bar
Use Candy Created in the 80’s and Records Cake Stands
Airheads, Runts, Bubble Tape Original Flavor, Gummi Worms, Nerds, Skittles, Skor, Twix Peanut Butter, Cow Tales, Chupa Cups Cremosa

Step 5 – Provide a Flashback of Games Created in the 80’s
Nintendo Entertainment System, Big Piano, Jenga, Trivial Pursuit, Pictionary, Taboo, Game Boy, Sega Genesis

Step 6 - Karaoke
Because it's Karaoke

Step 7 – Guess the Number of Nerds
Win a Prize!
Prizes: 80’s Movies in DVD Format - Top Gun, Goonies, ET, Ghostbusters

Step 8 - Provide Beer and Food
duh
Biggest hit were the pizza rolls, but also offered spinach dip, 7 layer dip, sloppy joes, and cool ranch Doritos

Step 9 - Enjoy Your Totally Awesome Party!

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