Innkeeper Party

by Kami
(Ohio)


Here's one you probably don't hear every day!!! I was put in charge of our Women's Christmas party at church. I am free to take charge, but the entertainment has already been picked. It is a gentleman who calls himself "The Singing Innkeeper." He actually owns a B&B, but has taken his act on the road. So I thought I would plan around the idea of the church being an "Inn" for the evening. We have women of all ages, but I thought a simple game or two might be fun. Maybe something the ladies can stay seated for. I am just not sure what direction to go in(n)!!! For decorating, I plan to keep the colors very neutral, with possibly lanterns as the centerpieces. I may look up a few jokes to throw in(n) as well,(preferably bad one!) since I will be the MC for the evening. I was just asked to do this, so I am in the very early planning stages! Any help would be appreciated. --This is why I usually work with the kids!!! :)

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by: Krista Blaes


What a creative event. I love parties that you can introduce history. We just converted our house to a castle using flagstone printed gossamer. It is a light weight fabric used allot at proms. I see it working here as well. The lanterns sou d perfect. The fabric isn't flame retardent, so put lanterns on tables. You could even create a menu of foods reminiscent of the times.

I'm big on costumes. Have event helpers dress as barmaids, dairy maids and village folk.

Krista Blaes
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