A religious theme party might be a rarity, but it sometimes comes in other guises. Here are a few suggestions..
Letter -themed events are becoming more common as they offer a good opportunity for innovation and ingenuity. Here are some suggestion for outfits with that little X-tra
Some people go to the ends of the earth to find novel ideas for their letter-themed event. At Props & Frocks we go to the end of the alphabet!
Letter Parties as a costume theme are becoming increasingly common. These suggestions should fit you to a T...
Letter themes (Come dressed as something beginning with...) are becoming quite popular and here, Props & Frocks offers suggestions for one of the more interesting letters - R
Letter parties ('Come dressed as something starting with...) are popular: They offer opportunities to be as basic or inventive as you like. Here Props & Frocks suggests a selection for the Letter S
For your next theme event allow your guests a chance to get creative with a Letter-based event. These are suggestions for the Letter P
Alphabet or Letter parties are popular as a costume theme. They offer a good range of choice (usually) and guests can push the envelope with their creativity. Here are some suggestions for Letter O
Letter-themed costume events are becoming more common as they allow for ingenuity and improvisation. Here are some suggestions for the letter J
Letter parties are a popular theme choice as they given guests an opportunity to be as 'normal' or creative as they wish. These suggestions are for the letter I, so let's play costume I-Spy!
After the Swinging Sixties, the 1970s were known as the era of Disco Glitz and Glam - dominated by Abba and Glam Rock groups. Here we have an overviews of the fads, fashions and music of the era.
The Sixties and Seventies are major costume themes. Party Girl at Props & Frocks gives an overview of the costumes, music and influences of these decades to help you create a great theme event.
Dress-up days and book/author events are part of the school year. Although some take the DIY approach, others lack the time and resources to do so. That's where we can help...
Okay, so not everyone likes costume parties, but if that's the dress code the hosts will appreciate you making an effort. From our long experience in the field, here are a range of suggestions.