Need your help for 13 years old for birthday party

Heather - posted on 12/31/2014 ( 3 moms have responded )

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I'm speaking of having teenager daughter becomes 13 years old ...... Any one please tips me with 13 years old for birthday !!!!

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Heather - posted on 12/31/2014

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I'm thinking to take her and her friends to spa , etc.... Her Dob is in February , I prefer to be prepare for my daughter and budget into her needs . Thank you for the tips !

Guest - posted on 12/31/2014

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Another mom did a black light silly string party. You can buy silly string for $1 can online, so she bought 100 cans, rented an enclosed tent and black lights from an event rental place (That was a little pricey, but you don't want to do silly string battles in the house, and she needed a dark space for the black lights).
To make up for the expensive tent and light rental, she cut corners in other areas. She served a large cookie cake from a chain bakery instead of a custom cake. Used cheap paper streamers and tulle in neon colors strung from the tent poles for decorations. She also had the party late, after dinner, so she only had to serve light snacks and dessert. She used Subway, which is a cheap national sandwich chain to cater small sandwiches with chips and soda instead of fancy finger foods usually found at parties like these. The kids loved it.

Guest - posted on 12/31/2014

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What kind of tips are you looking for? Like theme ideas, or how to keep everyone from killing each other and still have fun?

A friend of mine gave her 13 year old girl a hippy themed tie dye party. It was cute.
She had a color explosion cake with icing that looked tie dyed and cool fondant flowers all over it.
For very inexpensive party favors, she gave the girls flower head bands to wear at the party ($2 each--$5 for a pack of 5 elastic head bands, and a few bucks for a couple of packs of fabric flowers at AC Moore) she just hot glued the fabric flowers to the elastic bands.
For the craft, she purchased some plain white tee shirts from AC Moore ($6 each) and the girls tie dyed them at the party.
Pizza for the food.
Decorations were flowers and piece signs cut from construction paper hung from the ceiling with streamers and fishing line, a disco ball, and some colorful christmas lights draped around the room.
The whole party for 10 girls cost less than $300 all together (I don't think I've ever done one that cheaply)! And it was apparently VERY fun--I only have a boy, but all the kids are talking about it.

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