(Closed) Costume Ball Rehearsal Dinner?

posted 10 years ago in Parties
Post # 4
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1458 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I love this idea! I think that even if he’s not a huge fan of it he would have fun dressed up! And I think that you should be Cinderella and Prince Charming! I mean if you’re having a costume ball why not!!!

I wouldn’t leave the option to dress up or not, it’s on Halloeen and people can take the 5 minutes to locate a costume on ebay or in stores. I would say "Costume is strongly encouraged"

I’m having a Luau for mine and we are requiring everyone to wear something Hawaiian, and if they don’t (though this isn’t on the invite of course) we will have something funny like coconut shell tops and stuff there for them! LOL.

Go for it, this is a great idea! makes me wish I did the bachlorette party I wanted too a long time back where we all wore old 80’s prom dresses….lol

 

Have fun! 

Post # 5
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Newbee

I think you should totally go for the costume party! It would be fun, unique, different, and definitely memorable!

I’m sure your "Prince Charming" wouldn’t mind to dress up as Prince Charming, knowing it would make you happy, and besides, it’ll be fun and memorable to look back at it years from now. Also, a "Prince Charming" outfit isn’t too difficult to create nor would it make him look like a monster, or being out of place that he needs to be shy about (you’re not asking him to dress in a birthday suit!)  Once he gets in the mood of this, and finding something h’ll feel comfortable in, he’ll enjoy the experience!

 i really hope you’ll go with this custome party idea, not everyone can have a great reason like you to have a costume party without getting the weird eyebrow raise for a rehearsal dinner party! 

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