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    Default Teen Party Ideas Please

    I am helping my SD organise her 14th Bday party.

    We have a large indoor entertaining area downstairs…but am struggling to think of party ideas for this age group (girl & boy).

    Can anyone help with ideas.

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    I think they would be more than happy with some music to dance to and some junk food, but you could also maybe set up a Wii or similar console with some fun interactive games.

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    I think at her age she must have some ideas of what she would like to do .. Have you discussed it with her?

    What sort of teen is she and what is she into ?

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    Pinball machines/games
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    High tea
    Or
    Quiz night kind of thing
    Or
    Disco

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    My dd wanted her sweet 16 at a play centre lol

    Other parties ideas

    gross out

    gaming (wii/ playstation)

    high tea

    fancy dress

    movie/sleepover

    karaoke

    old fashion games party (twister etc...)

    retro

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    I'd set them up with some junk food, soft drink, a gaming console, and some fun board games like Twister, celebrity heads, (age appropriate) truth or dare cards, etc.
    Or you can always run some fun kiddie games like pin the tail on the donkey, cut the chocolate, find the smarties in the flour, pass the parcel, etc. I remember doing this at a friend's party at a similar age and we had so much fun.

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    food fight?

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    What about a mocktail party? Set up a heap of mixers, juices, garnishs and some cool glasses. With some snack foods and music, maybe singstar or wii games.

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    When I was 14, big hits were movie marathons, eating lots of junk food, murder in the dark etc. etc.

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    Music, junk food, movies & gaming like Wii or xbox etc. for something a little more different if you have the room an adult size jumping castle is always a hit

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