Putting together a great costume is one of the best parts of the night. My Costume Wigs has a whole range of wigs for each type of Murder Mystery Party. For the looks below you could use any of our 1920’s wigs:
We are in the middle of our Free Friday Giveaway Madness!
My Costume Wigs gave away a free Santa wig and beard set to one of our friends, Mindy Eyre! Winner!
Feeling left out? We’ve got more giveaways in store! This week, we are giving away one of our popular Grinch Christmas Wigs.
This wig is based on the ever-popular, ever-classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas! by Dr. Seuss.
Written in rhymed verse with illustrations by the author, It was published in 1957. The book criticizes the commercialization of Christmas. A classic of all Christmas classic, It was one of the “Top 100 Picture Books” of all time. If you haven’t heard of if, you are obviously from another planet.
While reading the book last night (one of our family’s Christmas traditions), I thought, what better place to wear The Grinch wig, yet another cool wig from My Costume Wigs, at your very own Grinch-y Themed Christmas party!
Cue the music:
Let’s start planning, shall we?
First, we need invitations. I am somewhat crafty, but my Pinterest board is filling up with all the projects I want to complete but never, ever have time to do! So, lately, I am all convenience, which, for me, is another word for “less stress”.
There are lots of fun invitation ideas out there. Most are digital files that you can purchase and can be created with your specific information and emailed to you for printing. (This one prints it for you! Yay!)
Invitations? Check! Let’s move on to decorations.
I LOVE this center piece, so Dr. Suess-like.
Also found this: How fun to hang these ornaments throughout the house?
Or, how about a personal appearance? haha!
Food… (This happens to be my favorite part!)
How about a little cocktail?
Could create some who pudding. delicious salad (greens..goes with the theme!)
Followed by some light “Roast Beast” sandwiches,
Who Hash (Who what? Click on the picture, I found a recipe.)
When you are all stuffed and ready for dessert, how about whipping up one of these beauties?