Some people like to have a party themes for their event, so I thought it would be a good idea to list some of the more fun party themes to give you a few ideas if you are planning a party sometime soon. Here are a few examples where I was Party DJ at a Themed party:
“Everyone was so impressed with the music and I’ve had endless comments about you all day. The dancefloor was full all night long!”
I don’t know where to start! Thank you so so so much for such a fabulous event on Saturday, you absolutely smashed it and that dance floor was full all night! I have some very very happy clients! Thank you so so so much and as always it was a pleasure to work with you!
In this video, the party theme was I am a celebrity get me out of here and I supplied the VJ graphics all the lighting and room decorations.
Here are links to blogs of other themed events.
Party Themes ideas
No Phone Party – people are not allowed to bring their phone, really weird this one. Guest’s start talking to each other and all sorts…
Dead Famous – come dressed as somebody that is both dead and famous.
Graffiti party – Come dressed in an old white shirt and then the other guests write / draw over you while you do the same to them with a fabric pen.
Silly hats only party – Silly hats from ascot to top hat as long as it’s a hat.
Offensive Party – this open to door to all sorts not for those of a sensitive nature.
Nerd Party– dress as the school / office nerd, this will be easy for some than others……
The Communist Party – Propaganda posters and USSR flags all over the walls. Wear moustaches, big coats, accents, etc. Red Army Choir album on in the background. Drinks plenty of vodka and beer. Potatoes and bread to eat.
Toga Party – The National Lampoon Animal House favourite, great fun at very little cost.
London tube station party – You have to come as a London Underground station name, Cockfosters is always there for some reason.
Pyjama Parties – Another fun night, bit like the toga party and not much cost involved.
Animal Party – basically come dressed as an animal, lots of scope for the more creative with this one.
Pimps & Hoes– A chance to get down and dirty can be a real eye-opener.
Venetian masked ball theme party – Very glamorous.
Gender Bender Party – basically the guys come dressed as girls and the girls dressed as guys, great fun seeing your burly mate in high heels…
Handcuff party – You get handcuffed to a random and spend the whole party attached to them.
Flower Power Party – Head back to the 1960s with a psychedelic themed party. Set the party to the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Mama’s and Papa’s.
A Clockwork Orange– Get inspiration from the Stanley Kubrick classic when planning your next party, bowler hats and white trousers at the ready.
Downton Abbey Party– Dress up as your favourite character or one you most look like.
Arabian Nights– Get inspired by Morocco and the Middle East. Think belly dancers, shisha pipes, traditional Moroccan mint tea, Kasbah lanterns, and exotic fabrics.
1980s Dance Party – Because everyone loves leg warmers and dancing to Madonna all night long.
Corporate events can be fun if there is a fancy dress theme and they make a great ice breaker, as was the case with this 90’s event (a rave on a farm in Essex) complete with a police raid.
Festival Wedding - For a great set up in the Surrey Hills for a festival wedding, look no further than Westmead events Set amongst beautiful meadows, with lake views and surrounded by mature trees and hedgerows, Westmead offers
London Rooftop Party - When the owner of Fabric asks you to do a private party, you know you are going to measured against the best in the industry, so the pressure is on. When
60's and 70's party - This brought back a few memories to the people attending the birthday party held in a beautiful surrey cottage last weekend. The client wrote to me the next day saying
The Vaults - Putney Pies, is one of my favourite venues in London. I am fortunate enough to play there every other month and am joined by the likes of Jon sa Trinxa, Howard Hill
Kent Wedding - When the owners of Godmersham in Kent wanted a DJ for their 300 sit-down wedding it was Spectrum Disco and Paul Linney that they chose to spin tunes into the early hours.
Berkshire Wedding, last nights wedding at Cantley Hotel was the third I had played at for this family. I was joined by the lovely Emma Sax from Leeds Emma is an energetic, up-and-coming female saxophonist
I got to play at several venues in Lombok and the Bali islands Gili Air recently. This was quite an experience and one that will stay with me forever. The people were amazing and despite
I have been booked to play several Sunday afternoon's again at Guards Polo Club for their DJ and Steak After Party - Where I will be working alongside Mosimann Catering who will be BBQing some
Ibiza 2019 - I like to keep up to date with what is going on in the music and party scene and one of the best ways is get to the exclusive opening parties on
“I cannot thank you enough for Saturday Night. Everyone was so impressed with your service and performance. It truly was outstanding and I have already had so many comments on how good you were. People are saying it was one of the best nights of their lives.”
Give me a call on 07930 464245 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to talk through your Party Themes and I could help you apply them to your night. I have a huge range of programmable lighting and a projection system that can really enhance a theme