Disco Dance Party
Get Ready to Boogie
Give guests a taste of the 70s with cool tie-dye and pet rock activities that can double as fun favors, glittery decorations and desserts, and of course, plenty of time on the dance floor.
Celebrate the guest of honor by crafting a bold monogram as part of the decor. All you need is a giant chipboard initial (available at your local craft store), and funky paper that matches your theme to cover it.
Those fab mirrored balls can be everywhere at your party -- fill a decorative glass bowl with miniature versions, hang small-sized ones from ribbons over your cake table, and don't forget a big one over your dance floor.
Let partygoers try their hand at crafting colorful tie-dye shirts -- then send them home with their fun fashion creation.
Green frosted cupcakes turn into little witches with chocolate dipped cone hats, candy corn noses, M&M eyes, and black licorice shoelaces as hair and eyebrows.
Keep the kids movin' and groovin' with super-fun games like freeze dance, silly karaoke, the limbo, and a hula hoop contest. Hire a local dance teacher to teach some hot, new dance moves.
Pet Rock Painting
Clue your crew in to the hot fad of the 1970s -- glue googly eyes onto plain rocks, and set up a spot at your party where guests can personalize their future pets with paint and glitter glue.
Funky Chevron Cake
This cool cake is deceptively easy to make. The secret behind this chic chevron pattern? Simply embed your favorite candies (we used sixlets) in a zigzag stripe pattern.
Glitter Cake Pops
Add sparkle with glittery cake pops! Start with your favorite cake pop recipe (check out ours here), and give them that disco ball look with edible glitter.
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