Disco Party

When somebody ask you to plan a Disco Party, the first thought that come to your mind is ’70s (afro look, John Travolta, etc)  but this one had to be modern… a party for 7 year old kids, who can’t go to a Disco place but want to.

We began designing an invitation with a detachable ticket to be given at “The Disco” entrance. This ticket had the name and telephone number of each kid, just in case the birthday’s Mom had to call any parent.
And It was used for a raffle too.

We set “The Disco” entrance with a silver curtain, crowd control poles with red velvet rope & even a “security guy”!

Once kids came inside “The Disco” they just couldn’t believe what they were seeing.
Colored and strobe lights, lasers, a smoke machine & confetti.
They played, danced and had a blast!

The birthday boy enjoyed playing as a rock star and even behind the illuminated bar making strawberry daiquiris and piña colada drinks for his friends.

Kids had a quiet moment while having lunch (black mush potatoes with mini calzones & veggies), then they hit the disco ball piñata and enjoyed the dessert table.

In the dessert table were a picture frame with photos from celebrities “wishing a happy birthday” to the boy.

Look the mini disco balls in the centerpiece…aren’t they cute??

Kids took home a group picture in a custom frame, with an “NRG water” and a fabric favor bag with a custom CD with the party soundtrack music!

The Disco Party was a blast for everyone!

If you want to recreate it, you´ll find this printable partyware soon at our Etsy shop!

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6 Responses to “Disco Party”

  1. Hi Lorena:
    Great idea! Looks like the kids had a good time in the Disco Party!!

  2. Lorena – The pictures are great! They all seem to have had a good time at the party and we’ve been listening to the CD on the way to school everyday this week. Kim

  3. Your decorations are so cute. Where did you find the mini disco ball? Where are hoving my aunt a 70′s party and having trouble finding some.