Rin's 21st "Harry Potter" Birthday.

Rin  D By Rin D  in Birthday


Party Recap

I Have been a dedicated Harry Potter Fan since the first book was released, what could be better than diving head first into a world of imagination :) So as dorky as it may seem - I created a HP theme for my 21st birthday.. Complete with cockroach clusters and floating candles!


Party Highlights

  • Best Dressed

    EVERYONE! i was so happy everyone put so much effort into dressing up!

  • Desserts

    Honeydukes Dessert Table including - Cauldron Cupcakes, Cockroach Clusters, Droobles best Blowing gum, Bertie botts every flavour beans, Chocolate Frogs, Licorice Wands, Dumbledores favourite Acid Pops, Lemon Drops

  • Best Moment

    When My Dad walked in dressed head to toe like Dumbledore :)

  • What People Ate

    Mrs Weasleys Wonderful Stew, Hogwarts Kitchen Bangers & Mash, Pumpkin Pie, Quidditch Player Chicken Pie, Ron's Favourite Mini Sliders, Dobby's Famous Chicken Pasta.

  • What People Drank

    Butterbeer, Pumpkin Juice, Beer, Wine, Champange & Fizzy Fountain

  • Most Touching Moment

    Speech from my Mumma :)



  • Chs Creative Productions H

    Chs Creative Productions H wrote:

    thats cool

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    Gay Lynn D wrote:

    Love the floating candles!

  • notsoperfectparties

    notsoperfectparties wrote:

    LOVE this! how did you do it?

  • Virginia M

    Virginia M wrote:

    How did you accomplish the candles floating? It's awesome!!

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    Jennifer G wrote:

    we made the same type of floating candles and it looked amazing. buy small battery operated tea lights (they come with the small battery already in it, and a small switch on the bottom.) Hang them from the ceiling with fishing line. We then wrapped paper towel tubes in white paper, and the day of the party attached them to the tea lights (it is almost a perfect fit) switching the lights on first. the lights only stay lit 8-12 hours, so you have to attach the candle part just before the party. We also bought plastic "night sky" tablecloths that we taped to the ceiling first for extra effect. Jenn