Talk

Advanced search

Should I have a birthday party?

(24 Posts)
Yorkiegirl Sun 16-Jan-05 14:39:19

Message withdrawn

Yorkiegirl Sun 16-Jan-05 14:40:05

Message withdrawn

essbee Sun 16-Jan-05 14:40:49

Message withdrawn

Gobbledigook Sun 16-Jan-05 14:41:20

Absolutely!!

Yorkiegirl Sun 16-Jan-05 14:41:22

Message withdrawn

RTKangaMummy Sun 16-Jan-05 14:43:36

you could have a 1980's party

RA RA skirts, leg warmers, pixie boots, bat-wing jumpers, shoulder pads etc etc

SueW Sun 16-Jan-05 14:44:26

Yes! We had one for DH's 40th last night. Fantastic evening - would do it all again next week Unfortunately some time until we have another big event to celebrate so next one will have to be 'just because'.

Have fun

SenoraPostrophe Sun 16-Jan-05 14:46:16

yes have a party. But why £250?

Last night on casualty they had a come-as-you-were-at-18 party which I thought was a great idea. By Septemeber no-one will know you got the idea from casualty!

RTKangaMummy Sun 16-Jan-05 14:50:55

Yorkie

Have just done my maths and realised how old I am compared to you {38 }

You were only 5 in 1980

Yorkiegirl Sun 16-Jan-05 14:54:40

Message withdrawn

hoxtonchick Sun 16-Jan-05 15:15:27

i'm 30 this year too yorkiegirl. but am going to be 7 months pregnant. undecided about what to do, maybe just go out for dinner with a few people. i quite like having a party in the garden (my birthday is the beginning of may) but the weather isn't reliable enough. so that's no help with your decision!

roisin Sun 16-Jan-05 18:20:41

Oh yes! Have a party! Definitely get organised now, make some plans, book something. Send invites early to all your old friends from school/uni so they book the date in their diary. Go for it!

essbee Sun 16-Jan-05 18:22:22

Message withdrawn

nikcola Sun 16-Jan-05 18:23:10

yes have a party xxxxxxxxxx

Yorkiegirl Sun 16-Jan-05 18:26:39

Message withdrawn

NameChangingMancMidlander Sun 16-Jan-05 18:27:46

Yes.

ja9 Sun 16-Jan-05 18:28:26

yes yes yes

have a party

go on!!

Yorkiegirl Sun 16-Jan-05 18:29:40

Message withdrawn

roisin Sun 16-Jan-05 18:30:11

Fancy dress can put some people off, unless it is very clear there is absolutely no pressure. I suppose it depends on your mates as to how they are likely to react.

Yorkiegirl Sun 16-Jan-05 18:31:46

Message withdrawn

Blossomhill Sun 16-Jan-05 18:34:04

Definitely as it's a double celebration

CarrieG Sun 16-Jan-05 18:35:45

Go for it!

Dh & I did a joint birthday cum engagement party in 2003 & are planning another this year (he'll be 31 in November, I'll be 35). Works really well as you can mix both lots of friends.

jampots Sun 16-Jan-05 18:46:13

definitely - and invite me too

Yorkiegirl Sun 16-Jan-05 18:47:12

Message withdrawn

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now