Glow sticks magically light up summer nights. I love watching my kids spin and twirl while smiling, laughing and leaving a luminescent trail. One moment, they are lightning bugs flitting around the grass, then they are making their own glow fireworks display while madly spinning around.
Glow parties and black light parties are all the rage, whether it's for a rave, a birthday bash, or just a fun weekend get together. Do you want to throw an epic party? Choose which type of party you're going for and try out these ideas.
Glow sticks are one of those mysterious toys that keep kids and adults entertained for hours. You can find them at the Dollar Store or Walmart in the party section for really cheap, too. Wait for them to go on sale, and then stock up. Glow Stick Ring Toss The only thing that could possibly make ring toss more fun is doing it in the dark with glow sticks.
When it comes to hosting a party, you want to make things as fun and memorable as you can for your guests. Assembling a playlist of cool tunes, offering up a nice buffet of food and planning some fun games are a must. But if you really want to up the fun factor, you need to go a step further.
Nostalgic memories of Friday night cosmic bowling enchant the older set when you hand them a glowing martini glass, while little ones appreciate the novelty of night-themed party games and favors while they make fairy jars with wonder glowing in their little eyes. Take some of these glow in the dark ideas and put your own creative twist on them— then sit back and see where it takes your next summer party! I guarantee these projects will put you in the summer party history books this year.
Playing outdoors does not have to be confined to the daylight hours. Once the sun has disappeared and the sky surrounds you with an inky darkness there are still many activities and team sports that can be played out underneath the stars. Imagine playing competitive glow in the dark games without the benefit of stadium lights, sunlight or even a few flashlights to illuminate the dark shadows.
What glows brighter than glow sticks? Only the smiles on the faces of kids as they play these glow-in-the-dark games. Use glow-in-the-dark golf balls by painting them with neon paint, wrap golf clubs with glow bracelets.
Wow really nice item, we had a birthday party last night and my kids really enjoy it would definitely buy it again. Really can't beat the value here, I have enough for the whole summer and I love the variety! Came with lots of fun connectors.