Post # 1
I turn 25 in April… OMG half way to 50!
Normally… well the last few years i have gone to organise a party/small gathering for myself but then when it’s gotten closer to it decided nope i dont want a party… weird i know but yeah.
This year i really do want to do something for my 25th.
any suggestions? like themes? what did you do for your 25th? pictures?
Post # 4
I’m up for answers too. But my birthday falls around the 4th of July, so there are parties anyways.
Costume party? 80s? Caberet – ladies dress in black and white, wear hats/heels. Cabaret is the only word I can think to describe it. Sort of rat-pack like, but for chicks.
Post # 5
Yeah i’m getting into that mood that i hate… where i dont want to do anything or see anyone…. ARGH @ me
Post # 6
I know how you feel.. I turned 25 January 2nd, and actually, it was a very hard birthday for me.. I went threw a lot of emotions, feeling like I hadn’t accomplished enough, feeling left behind finacially, feeling worthless.. I actually cried while they sang “Happy Birthday.”
But then I remember later while I was in bed, that SO MUCH can happen in just one little year, and that I could make it amazing! It’s been a fairly good year ever since.
I say, if you’re feeling kinda down, keep it low key, cake and maybe go out for drinks with your man, bring a notebook and write down all the amazing things you’ve been threw in the past 25 years. 🙂
Hopefully that helped!
Post # 7
What I want to do for my 25th this year (in September) is to do a winery tour. Here in Virginia people rent party buses that will take you from winery to winery around the area. Ive known others to do it and theyve had a lot of fun so I think this would be a great birthday party idea!
Post # 8
OMG!!! WINE TOUR!!!! OMG!!! that is perfect!!! i know my small group of close friends are big on wine (including myself) and that would be perfect…. i know there are some great wine place around….
low key probably is a good idea…. rather then nothing at all 🙂
Post # 9
My group of friends often goes out to dinner for each other’s birthdays. Everyone pays for themselves and usually covers the birthday person, but it’s an excuse for a dinner out with friends. So if the winery tour doesn’t work out (it sounds so fun!) then you could always do dinner (which would be really low key).