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Elvis Birthday Party

Posted by Cremin (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 7, 03 at 16:16

My little 7 year old wants to have an Elvis themed party...anyone have any ideas for invites or neat ideas? He's a really big fan of Elvis even though he's only 7. Thanks for any ideas........:)


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RE: Elvis Birthday Party

pin the tail on the Hound Dog

I will think about this one and get back to you.


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some thoughts

Can you get a cardboard Elvis cutout and have the kids get their photos taken with it?

What about getting Elvis sunglasses for the kids to wear?

Okay, I will think longer, had to post those before I forgot them.


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here's another one

Serve favorite foods of Elvis, like his peanut butter and banana sandwiches.

still thinking.....


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Put the kids into teams and have some Elvis outfits (sideburns, glasses, belt and cape) have the kids race against one another in getting dressed the quickest.


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AWSOME ideas aka Raeanne! I can't thank you enough for the fun ideas you've come up with! (If you ever desire a career in party planning...you might do quite well!!!)
Thanks again! :)


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Hey Aka Raeanne, just wanted to follow up and tell you the party was GREAT! WE did your pin the tail on the hound dog, the Take your photo w/Elvis (found a life-size Elvis at the record store), the sunglasses and the pb and banana sandwihes. It was GREAT! Thank you so much for all your great ideas.
P.s. The invites said, "Hey "Hound Dog", we would be all "Shook up" if you couldn't come to our party, etc. etc. with all ELvis hits in the wording... :)


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Cremin - I am glad that the party was a success. Sounds adorable.


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