Throwing a good birthday party may have plenty of reasons. Whether you want to impress your friends, meet new people or basically have much more fun than usually, you might find them useful. You should always go creative, as those special days are running short and there are plenty of more and less expensive possibilities.
Barbecue or picnic in the wild
With all safety precautions, it is still possible to have a great picnic or barbecue. We encourage to find a good, clean spot near river or lake, where it is not forbidden. Peaceful environment combined with calming sound of water will make the atmosphere unique. While this might look like a bad idea at the first glance, you should try it. If you find a spot in which you will be sure not to meet other people or disturb animals, combining it with music and good food/drinks might make it truly unique memory. Alternatively try a beach to make it Miami style party with 80s themed music. Should do the trick perfectly.
Getting more and more popular during internships and international courses for young people, potluck party is a great way to throw a party. Everyone is bringing something from their country or hometown. Remember to prepare a few delicious things typical for your region or family. Maybe you have that secret special recipe for dinner, your mom used to prepare for Sundays? Well, now it’s time to use it!
Transforming your friends into a bunch of Vikings might strike you as more like a weird dream than party idea, but it’s actually quite popular thing to do in United States right now. While activity is somewhat a remedy for a stag do until serious drinking kicks in, throwing axe clubs will be more than happy to organize a birthday party. Exclusive venues with professional cosplay characterization with commemorative photos can make every evening unique and fun with relative ease. Instructors take just a few minutes to teach you basics and you are ready to swing, while drinking and eating is obviously allowed. Nothing stands in a way to kickstart your party with it, providing guests with some adrenaline. Especially if they are history maniacs. Who doesn’t like Vikings anyway?
While it may not stand as the whole idea, but rather a part of a program, this game is a great opportunity to involve all people in one conversation. At the same time making your party unique, mostly for people who does not know, what roleplaying stands for. Rules are simple and you can find them even on Wikipedia, but the idea is great. You can play it with as many people as you want to. Whole group is divided into two: the good and the evil. Evil guys know each other and have to (symbolically of course!) kill all of good guys. There are more good guys, but they have to find out who is bad during the course of the game, which is based on simple rules and conversation. Quickly you will learn that people will be arguing and having fun blaming each other for the crimes in imaginary city, the action takes place. It is definitely and experience recommended, especially if you have someone in the group that was playing before and can explain rules quickly. As typical party game, you actually can play it without being sober.