Rock and Roll 50s Party

by Niko
(Canada)

50s Birthday Party Decorations

50s Birthday Party Decorations

My little sister was going to have a 50s sock hop party, but it didn't work out, so ever since I have been wanting to have one!

Everyone comes dressed as if they were in the 50s or 60s. Girls wear poodle skirts and little ribbons around their necks. Boys wear leather jackets, skinny jeans and slicked back hair.

OMG! Best party theme ever and especially if they're young! OMG! So cute. :)

Editor's Notes:

50s parties are a lot of fun at any age. I always love hosting and attending them.

You'll definitely want to serve root beer floats and have a penny candy bar.

Root beer floats are super easy to make.

  • Chill root beer

  • Spoon one or two scoops of vanilla ice cream into a tall glass

  • Slowly pour root beer into the glass
It is important to pour the root beer in slowly, as the foam will rise. When the foam recedes you can proceed to add more root beer. Continue till the glass is full.
  • Serve with one straw... or two for romantic settings.

A juke box is always a great touch whether you rent a full size, buy a mini one, or opt for a cardboard cutout for the atmosphere and photo booth op it brings.



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