i am having that same problem. what i'm planning is to have a birthday party theme of "Pink Winter Wonderland". since my favorite color is pink and my birthday is in winter. most of my friends are younger than me so what i am going to do is have the party venue look like a club. since many of them won't be able to go clubs for at least another year i kind of want to bring that to them. its also inexpensive since you don't really have to provide food since the theme is a club. it's also a great way of showing that i'm going into my adult years because i'm bringing it to the younger guests. i dont know if this helps but, good luck.
You can have a masquerade party. Have everyone dress up and wear their favorite mask or provide a particular color mask. You can also have a Candy Buffet with cupcakes instead of just a cake. Check out my sight at www.simplysweetbuffet.com
Help us out a little bit here.
What do you enjoy doing?
Do you/your friends enjoy surprises or do you like to be part of planning all along the way?
What do your friends enjoy doing?
What is your budget? For how many friends?
Have you looked at what other people have done and are presenting on Youtube? Anything look appealing?
I did a party for an 18 year old recently, it was like a good bye to childhood party. I came as a clown and taught the guests how to make their own balloon animals, did some awesome face painting, and a magic show (where the guests actually did the magic) I can even teach a couple of easy magic tricks you can do with everyday items! check out Merrily-Go-Round Family Entertainment
March 24, 2010
You could have a spa party for yourself and a few of your friends!