Top 5 Wednesday #2|AKA My Dream Parties

Once again it is that day of the week where booktubers and book bloggers of all kinds come together to discuss their top 5 picks on a common topic, Top 5 Wednesday. If you would like to join the lovely group of people who are a part of T5W, click here to join the Goodreads group, and you can see some of the current members and topics.

This weeks theme is Books as Party/Event Themes!  Parties are great, but book themed parties are even better. So without further ado let’s just jump right into it!

 

1. The Great Gatsby

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Gatsby is set during the roaring 20s and prohibition, and provides so many opportunities to create a really cool party! You could have everyone come dressed as if they were from the twenties (think flappers) and do a speakeasy-like set up for drinks. Combined with Gatsby-esque decorations, this could be a super fun costume party.

2. Harry Potter

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Honestly, I feel like this one doesn’t need much explanation, but… You could have fun Potter themed snacks and sweets, and a sorting hat ceremony. Maybe you could even do a scavenger hunt to look for school supplies in “Diagon Alley”.

3. Percy Jackson

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A Percy Jackson (or specifically Camp Half-Blood) themed party could be super cool. You could come up with a way for the guests to be “claimed by their godly parents”, have blue food, and play games, so that the demigods could “train”.

4. The Hunger Games

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I actually almost had a Hunger Games party recently. One day my brother and I were talking and we had come up with an idea to throw a hunger games party. We planned to have a reaping ceremony, then actually throw the games at part of a local park where there was a wooded area. We planned different ways to have sponsors, the cornucopia, and we were going to have a certain system of “killing”, so that no one could complain about whether they were dead or not, but I don’t remember it now. Honestly, I think that this could be a super fun party, maybe you could even do it annually! …I have thought about this way too much…

5. Dr. Seuss

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A Dr. Seuss themed party for a little kids birthday or a baby shower would be absolutely adorable! You could have bright Seuss decorations, games, and fun themed snacks (like the green eggs and ham above).

So there you have it! I cant wait to see everyone’s creative ideas for this topic. You never know, maybe I’ll see a idea I like and throw a party based on it (or maybe I’ll actually get around to that Hunger Games party XD )

Until next time,

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2 comments

  1. Even though I hate 1920s, I do admit I love coming to 1920s themed-party, especially the extravagant ones inspired by the Great Gatsby. Great picks!

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    • RedReads · May 11

      Ugh, I want to go to a Gatsby party soooo bad, they look like so much fun!

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