The 1970s were famous for outlandish discos and parties, so that today the 70s are a good theme for a party years. The 1970s were famous for outlandish discos and parties, so that today the 70s are a good theme for a party years. It’s believed that ENT sees a great future in this idea. A good 70s party requires a lot of organisation, for example the guests most definitely should know, which motto is, so that they can adapt that to and can get any matching clothes. Because in the 70s were totally garish and colorful clothes with patterns in and also the hairstyles were very extravagant. Read more here: Sam Lesser UPenn. There was in the 1970s that motto of the parties just dance and celebrate, were, should definitely ample space available have or create space to offer to the guests a large dance floor.
The premises should be decorated at a party of the Disco era in the style of the legendary Studio 54. So can darken the walls with dark fabrics, for example, or with Magic Wanddekos genuine disco feeling in your party venue. Of course, disco balls and colored organs are responsible for the lighting and the right light effects. Since dance is very strenuous, should you also offer enough cozy seats, where your disco mouse, and John Travolta can get doubles strength for the next dance Marathon. The Partydeko glittering garlands and lights are suitable for different colored light bulbs, which distributed should be hung throughout the room.
Dance of course hungry and thirsty there is, build the best a cold buffet including all drinks, so that your guests can serve themselves at any time. Also very important for a successful 70s party is of course the music. For example ABBA and the Bee Gees with their legendary hit night fever were typical music for the 1970s”. CD samplers, which can be purchased at almost any music store get even today on 1970s disco music. If now Their Partydeko is available and is provided for the physical well-being of your guests, missing only the right costume. If the hosts dressed even for example a la John Travolta and the hostess turns into the absolute disco-Queen, this party is the pure disco explosion! Falk Babs