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How about a groovy hippie party for your next birthday?

Remember the '60s? Even if you don't, you've no doubt heard plenty about the decade, which was filled with bright colors, dazzling clothing and some of the greatest music of the past 50 years. Although that decade may be well behind us, there's no reason you can't still celebrate all of the things that made the '60s unique. If you've been looking for a fun birthday party theme that your friends are sure to love, this could be right up your alley. So throw on some bell-bottoms, practice your peace sign and start planning!

What's great about a hippie party is that most of the decorative work is already done for you. You don't really have to come up with much, just follow what you see in pictures. Hang colorful round paper lanterns throughout the space to give your party a wonderful burst of vitality. You can also sprinkle one-carat diamond confetti pieces throughout your home to bring a little class to the place. Try to stick with bright and lively colors - this party works especially well on a beautiful spring day, as you can go outside and enjoy some barefoot weather before coming in for cake and ice cream.

As far as activities go, the '60s were full of great games. Why not bust out the Twister board? It's a classic that's sure to please. You can also keep things a little more subdued with something like Clue, or even Rock'em Sock'em Robots. There are plenty of fun games available that will keep your guests entertained during their time at your party.

When it's time to go, make sure everyone walks home with a personalized goodie bag filled with great party favors. Fill it with fun stuff like personalized koozies and mini classic gumball machines - your guests will love having something to munch on while they make their way home. The '60s were all about peace, love and togetherness, and what better way to celebrate these things than by inviting all of your friends over for a fun and delightful party?