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17th Birthday Party Ideas?

November 20, 2018

I have no clue what to do on my 17th birthday next year. I want to have fun with friends.


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November 20, 20180 found this helpful

It depends on your budget, your interests and the time of year. Movies, bowling, and dining are always fun options.

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November 20, 20180 found this helpful

Theme parties are fun! Like pick your favorite movie or TV show or song or thing...like zombies...and come up with a party to go around it.

Like for a zombie party....this site has neat ideas:

www.thespruce.com/kids-zombie-birthday-party-ideas...

Or if you like the beach, do a beach theme:

www.birthdayinabox.com/.../beach-party-ideas

Pinterest can inspire you too!

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Surround yourself with with friends and family and enjoy! Be blessed!!!

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November 20, 20180 found this helpful

What month is your birthday? A pool or beach party would be fun!

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November 20, 20180 found this helpful

SEVENTEEN YR OLD BIRTHDAY PARTY IDEAS.

Step 1
CHOOSE A THEME,SUNFLOWER,SPA PARTY,POOL PARTY,ROCK STAR,NEON PARTY,SURVIVOR,MOVIE,OR CUP CAKE ,HAWAIN THEME.

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DECORATE ACCORDING TO YOUR THEME.HERE IS A LINK TO PARTY GAMES AND DECORATIONS birthdaypartyideas4kids.com/17-birthday.html

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November 22, 20180 found this helpful

A Scavenger hunt is always fun. Have someone else (so it is a surprise to all participants) make a list of oddball, unrelated items that must be gathered, within a specific time, say a couple hours. At the end of the time, a rendezvous point is arranged (usually at the party spot, with refreshements & prizes set up) and awards are made for the people who completed the list most accurately, the fastest, the cheapest, and the like.

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Lots of hilarity and creativity ensue. The weirder the list of items, the more fun....for example, find the following items: a rollerskate key, a third grade report card, a handmade doily, pipe cleaners, a clarinet reed ....get the gist?

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November 24, 20180 found this helpful

Well my Birthday is July 3 so every year I have a party in the park were my whole family get together right before the fourth of July and the park is empty we have a ball.

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September 4, 2021

Hi, I'm turning 17 in December and I'm pretty lost at what I should do. Things in my town are a bit expensive and I just would want something fun to do! I hate having my birthday in the winter because I can never do anything unless it's inside at a place I have to spend a crap ton of money on.

Any ideas? I would be so grateful for some help.

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If you will have snow, and enough of it, gather friends to have a snow fort or snowman-making contest. You can even color the snow quite cheaply, using water and either food coloring or drink mix (like Kool-Aid), mixed up in some squirt bottles such as ketchup, mustard, shampoo, conditioner, syrup, etc.

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You've got time to save them up for December. Just have fun outside for however long you like, then move indoors at your house for cake and ice cream, and some hot cocoa. HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!!!

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My granddaughter just had a birthday party. After pizza, the girls had a scavenger hunt at a cemetery. Since we live in a rural area, they then had smores around a campfire in the backyard.

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September 18, 20211 found this helpful
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Go sledding or skating, or maybe even just a winter hike. Finish it off with hot chocolate by a fire. In lieu of cupcakes, make a no-bake mini Yule log cake for the birthday celebration.

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Make sweet snowman creation competition. Let party guests make snowmen using large marshmallows, pretzel sticks for arms, miniature peanut butter cups and cookies for hats, and licorice pieces for faces. Come up with prizes for all guests, for example, for speed of construction, a separate prize for creativity, for the biggest snowman, etc.

The main thing is to gather all your best friends and enjoy your birthday party.

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November 20, 2011

Planning a birthday party is fun and often challenging. The older the child gets, it seems, the more creativity we need to employ. A 17th birthday is significant as the last one before reaching the milestone 18th birthday. This is a page about 17th birthday party ideas for girls.

Teenage girls having fun by a swimming pool

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June 19, 2013

This page is about 17th birthday party ideas for boys. Young men of this age may enjoy the company of young women at their celebration.

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