Harry Potter 10th Birthday Party
Harry Potter Poster
Every single year my grandparents do a themed birthday for each of the grandchildren.
When the time came for my 10th birthday party, I had to pick a theme. Well, then (and still now), I was super obsessed with Harry Potter.
So, I had to go upstairs along with the other kids to the play room. We watched part of a movie on the huge flat screen television and then it was time to go back downstairs.
There was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 playing on the television and black confetti hanging down the top of the entrance to the party room. Right then I knew my birthday was going to be spectacular.
I walked in and there was a smoke machine spurting out smoke, and a giant Harry Potter poster on one side of the room.
There were balloons plates, and napkins with Daniel Radcliffe's face on them, spherical jars with onions (blind cat eyes), spaghetti noodles and ketchup (bloody worms), and some kind of fruit that I couldn't recognize (cockroaches).
Over on another table were black, small, metal buckets filled with sweets. On the table was a sign that said "Honeydukes". (Just think, the Dairy Queen of the magical world)
When I finally sat down, there were glow sticks at every place mat. Then, my aunt came out with a sign. It was a list of colours, and beside each one a fortune.
Then we were each handed a cup. The adults filled the cups up with Sprite, and each one turned a different colour for each different fortune. I got purple, that means royalty. They really had put food dye into each one, but it was neat anyway.
That was the best birthday party in my eleven years of life-so far!
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