Twilight Zone Party – Part 2
To continue from yesterday’s post Next Stop…The Twilight Zone Party Part 1, today I’m sharing all the fun we had during the party!
Costumes just make parties more fun, don’t you think? With Halloween being my favorite holiday, it was such a thrill to open our front door and see all of the fun costumes my family wore to celebrate the boy’s birthdays!
We dressed up as various Twilight Zone characters? Can you guess which episodes?
Acting like a Robot.
The Birthday Boys!
Minions, Gru and Spider Girl!
Captain America, Lady Cop, Iron Man and Ariel!
Python Nu Kapp from Monsters University and Willie of Duck Dynasty!
1950’s Sock Hoppers!
Ninja, My Brother (not sure that counts as a costume, lol) and Snow White
Photo Booth Fun
One of my favorite aspects of party planning is creating themed photo props. Using my Cricut Explore, I created several photo props for our makeshift photo booth with Mr. Rod Serling.
Props and their coinciding Episodes:
- Mr. Rod Serling, Neck ties and E=mc2 – Intro
- Alien Hear – “To Serve Man”
- Phone – “Night Call”
- Astronaut helmet – “Fear”
- Spaceship – “The Invaders”
- Paper Mache Mask (from Michaels) – “The Masks”
- Vintage Camera – “A Most Unusual Camera”
- Retro TV – “What’s in the Box?”
So fun! I love how everyone participated! These photos will be cherished and included in my boy’s scrapbooks.
Pin the Tie on Rod Serling
I always like to create an activity for the little ones to play at my parties, and more often than not there it’s a variation of the classic Pin the Tail on the Donkey game. This time around, we played Pin the Tie on Rod Serling!
My little niece. Isn’t she the cutest?
Such an easy and fun game for kids of all ages!
Of course, all the kids received a small muslin goody bag filled with themed treats!
Goody Bag Contents:
- Whirly pop and unicorn lolipop
- Shelton parachutist
- Glow in the Dark Mice
- Glow in the dark Alien
- Thick Henry Bemis Glasses for the boys
- Clingy Eyeball
- Eyeball Whoopie Cushion
- Stretchy Skeleton Hand
- Halloween hair ties for the girls
We also all had fun playing “Two Truths and One Lie”. What a great way to learn new things about your family! It was a fun evening eating, laughing and celebrating my big boys. Thank you to all who joined in on the fun!
Thank you for visiting and I hope you find inspiration for your next Halloween Party or Birthday Party!
Michelle’s Party Plan-It – Party Styling, photography, paper stationery and paper crafting. Note: The party stationary created for this party was for my personal use only. They are not licensed products and are not for sale.
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