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My 15th birthday is coming up (female) and I don't know what to do. My house is too small to have a party with all my friends (boys and girls) and my parents don't want to spend a lot of money. Help!
Bowling is an activity that is affordable and appeals to both sexes. You can have cake and soda there too.
Just have everyone go to the mall together. I remember doing that for one of my friend's 14th birthdays. It was co-ed, it was free, it was super fun. It was about the company. You can just buy a huge pizza for everyone to share.
I am not sure where you live, but for me - I live in California! So it's still beach or pool season so you could have a party there! And the food would be easy chips, pizza, snack food and water/soda/Gatorade.
Other options could be, having a party at the park! Again with the easy snacks and pizza. Play board games at the park, activities/sports or find inspiration online especially Pinterest! You could craft your own decorations prior to your party.
But my all time favorite would have to be the bowling alley. It's inexpensive and you can check your local bowling alley place if they have any special or deals going on. Or, if you have a pool hall/arcade center that'll be fun too!
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My 15th birthday is in May and I want to invite both genders and not very many people. I have gone through a lot of ideas like bowling, karaoke, the beach, paintball and others like that. I need ideas.
OK have you thought about having a pool party at a local hotel? You can see if you can rent the pool area for your party. See if they can supply the food and even the cake. This is a great way to spend the day and have a lot of fun.
Arcade party, Bar b cue party, costume party with a them like( pop/rock, country, ). Indoor rock climbing wall!