Glow Party Planning On A Budget

So you’re planning a party.  Pop quiz, hot shot: WHAT DO YOU DO for quality party favors on a budget? Gotta be easy too – am I right, party planners?  So what do you do?  Plan a Glow Party, ahh yes, good answer.  The cool neon ambience of a glow party pleases all ages: rambunctious kids, picky teens, rockin’ 20-somethings, seasoned professional adults, yes glow is the missing link at a lot of parties. Luckily our clientele is smart & already in on our little secret…

♫ ♪ Every! Body! Dance! Now! ♫ ♪

Love this glow party favor table at the roller rink.  LED treats mixed in there too – NICE.

* Please note the awesome use of glow sticks to the left below here.  DIY glow garland?  Great idea; gonna string some up next party I have…

And to elaborate on the glow garland idea, check out this epic glow party chandelier, wow.catch_my_party

That would look so fabulous hanging above a spread of our UV Reactive Glow Cups.  I love these particular party cups because (1) they’re made of optimum quality, (2) their neon colors *pop*, (3) put a black light bulb near these babies to really make ’em glow, and (4) no batteries required, so they cost less than LED Cups.  So much WIN!uv_fblv1And now back to serious business…

Glow at a grown up party, weeee!  See?  It happens, any age.  Magical photo credit goes to Pearl Events Austin.

Make a DIY “neon” sign by taping glow bracelets to a wall.  This one’s my favorite for all occasions.  Spell out ANYthing: “Happy Birthday” or “I love you” or “Clean your room!”

Glow bracelets swirled in clear soap dispensers is a pleasant surprise for party guests in the bathroom.

Vegas glow ‘staches.  Creative.  Classy.  Dapper.

Glow party favors + festival season = match made in heaven.

Glow bracelets linked through mesh shirts, way to think outside the box!

Spooky glow eyes to plant in the bushes on Halloween, or any night if you’re a practical joker like myself:

(Here’s a great template for different shaped eyes – cut ’em out of old toilet paper rolls.)

Toss some glow in the ice chest.  Why not?!  Fun at tailgate parties.

Get a bowling party started out on the lawn with glow sticks in water-filled soda bottles.  Might I suggest a pumpkin or cantaloupe to use as the bowling ball…

Nuff said right here.

Sticks in the pool – of course!  Noted for next summer…

Til next time, light loves!


~ Flashing Blinky Nikki ~