11 Fun 90s Themed Party Ideas ...


11 Fun 90s Themed Party Ideas ...
11 Fun 90s Themed Party Ideas ...

Sadly, the 90s are over, but that doesn't mean you can't bring them back with some fun 90s themed party ideas! If you're looking for a fun and fantastic party theme, then look no further. Throwing a 90s party will have all of your guests forgetting what Facebook and iPads are, and embracing their nostalgia! To get you started with planning the funnest party of the year, here are a few great 90s themed party ideas! The only thing that should be from the 2000s at this party are your cameras so you can remember everything forever.

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No Smart Phones

No Smart Phones Unless you own an old colorless "brick" cell phone that was around in the late 90s, you should not have a cell phone in your hand during the party. This is one of those 90s themed party ideas that may seem annoying at first, but will actually help everyone have a better time! Nowadays we are all so busy texting or checking Facebook on our phones that we have lost a sense of physical communication. Banning phone use at your party will remind your guests of a simpler time where phones were only used for calling! Plus, less phone use means more conversation, so make sure your guests only use their phones for emergencies!


90's Toys

90's Toys One of the best things about the 90s was the array of new toys that came out. Litter your house with 90s themed toys that will remind your guests of what kids used to want before iPods and Leapfrog tablets! You know that trunk of Beanie Babies you have in the attic? Toss them around your tables and couches. Furbies, Skip-its, Tomagotchis, Pokemon cards, Troll Dolls, whatever you still have at your house! It will give your guests a good laugh and also have their kids occupied with something fun.


The 90s was a time of great innovation in the world of toys. Kids had access to a variety of new and exciting toys that had never been seen before. From the iconic Furbies to the beloved Tamagotchis, the 90s provided a treasure trove of fun and unique toys.

For those looking to throw a 90s themed party, this is the perfect opportunity to bring out those classic toys. Furbies, Skip-Its, Tomagotchis, Pokemon cards, Troll Dolls, and Beanie Babies are all great options for decorating your party space. Not only will these items bring back fond memories for your guests, but they will also provide plenty of entertainment for the kids.

In addition to the toys, there are plenty of other ways to bring the 90s to life at your party. Play 90s music, serve snacks from the era, and dress up in 90s fashion. You can even screen classic 90s movies and TV shows to really get your guests in the mood.


90's Music

90's Music Of course to make a 90s party complete, you need to play some 90's music! Pandora has a 90s themed radio station, or if you want to really commit to your 90s party, you could always get play old CDs that you may have. Whatever your method is to play music, make sure your playlist includes "The Macarena," "Baby Got Back," Backstreet Boys, N'Sync, Britney Spears, Spice Girls, and Hanson. I guarantee that every one of your guests will be belting out "I Want It That Way" by the end of the night, so make sure to keep your video cameras ready!


Aside from playing popular 90s music, there are many other ways to incorporate the decade into your party. You could set up a photo booth with props such as scrunchies, butterfly clips, and inflatable furniture. Another fun idea is to have a costume contest, encouraging guests to dress up as their favorite 90s icons. You could also serve popular snacks and drinks from the 90s, such as Dunkaroos, Capri Sun, and Surge soda. And for entertainment, consider setting up a TV to play classic 90s shows or movies. These additional elements will surely make your 90s themed party a hit among your guests.


Party Favors

Party Favors What better party favor to give out at the end than 90's candy! Pop Rocks, Ring Pops, Push Pops, War Heads, Bubble Tape Gum ... the list could go on and on. If you want to throw in a little something extra, put in a cassette tape with the date, title, and color scheme of your 90s theme on the label. This way, they have the perfect retro keepsake to remember your party by! No point in actually making an actual mix-tape of 90's music for them to bring home as it would probably take you days to record and they most likely have no cassette players in their home to listen to it. Oh how I miss mix-tapes!


Video Games

Video Games A huge part of the 90s was the introduction of popular video game systems. You have the original Nintendo Gameboy, SNES, the original PlayStation, and N64. If you or someone you know still has these consoles, use them for competitions during your party! See how far each of you can get in Super Mario Bros. or Frogger. The person who does the best will win a fun 90s themed prize! Or just leave the game system out for people to play with as they wish, especially if you have a multi-player game.


90's TV Shows

90's TV Shows While your party is going on, have your favorite 90's TV shows playing on mute on your TV. Seinfeld, old Friends episodes, Dawson's Creek, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, old Nickelodeon cartoons, Saved By the Bell, and Boy Meets World. Some of these you may be able to find on your Netflix account or iTunes. Pick your favorites and play through them for the duration of your party. It will definitely bring back fond memories for your guests!


Bean Bag Chairs

Bean Bag Chairs Need extra seating for your party guests? Throw some bean bag chairs around your house! Humorously warn your guests about getting stuck in the chairs, though. If you don't want to go out and spend a bunch of money on bean bag chairs for a party that you will never use again, make your own! All you need is fabric and bean bag pellets, both of which can be found out your local arts & crafts store.


90's Clothing

90's Clothing Make sure that when you send out your party invitations, you tell your guests to dress in 90's clothing. This can either be the style of the 90s or dressed as a certain celebrity or popular icon of the 90s. Halloween doesn't need to be the only reason people dress up! Plus you will be able to get tons of unforgettable pictures. If you want your guests to really go all out, offer up a prize to the best 90s outfit.


90s themed parties are becoming increasingly popular as a fun and unique way to celebrate any occasion. Whether it’s a birthday, reunion, or just a night out with friends, 90s themed parties are sure to be a hit. To make your party stand out, consider having your guests dress in 90s clothing. This can either be the style of the 90s or dressed as a certain celebrity or popular icon of the 90s.

The 90s was an era of iconic fashion trends. From crop tops and chokers to baggy jeans and combat boots, there are plenty of styles to choose from. For the ladies, slip dresses, babydoll dresses, and plaid skirts were all popular in the 90s. For the guys, look to classic grunge style with flannel shirts, ripped jeans, and combat boots. If you want to dress up as a celebrity or popular icon, consider dressing up as the Spice Girls, the cast of Friends, or even the cast of Clueless.


Board Game Activities

Board Game Activities Board games were a family staple in the 90s and can be a fun activity for your 90s themed party! Hungry, Hungry Hippos, Mall Madness, Jumanji, and Dream Phone are some popular games to get you started if you still have any of these vintage games around your house. If this is a party for the older crowd, turn these games into drinking games! Just because the games are old doesn't mean they're not still tons of fun!



Decor Wall posters of boy bands, Britney Spears, and hunks like Johnny Depp and Joey Lawrence are a must for your 90s themed party decor. You should use a black light and glow sticks to make your room pop, and don't forget the glow stickers for the ceiling!


For the perfect 90s themed party, you need to have the right decorations. Wall posters of iconic figures like Britney Spears, boy bands, and hunks like Johnny Depp and Joey Lawrence are a must. To really make the room pop, use a black light and plenty of glow sticks. Glow stickers are also a great way to decorate the ceiling.

To complete the look, you can also use classic 90s items like cassette tapes, old video game consoles, and VHS tapes. You can also hang up old t-shirts and band posters to add to the atmosphere. To make it even more authentic, you can also add some 90s snacks like Dunkaroos, Pop Rocks, and Gushers.

For a fun activity, you can have a 90s music trivia game or a karaoke party. You can also have a costume contest with guests dressing up as their favorite 90s icons. To make it even more fun, you can also have a dance-off with classic 90s songs like “Ice Ice Baby” and “Macarena.”


90's Movies

90's Movies Who can forget movies from the 90s like "Clueless", "She's All That", "Scream", and "10 Things I Hate About You", that really centered around the 90's teens. Have everyone dress up as their favorite movie character, and see who does their best Cher impression with a totally clueless personality!

Tell me after reading this article that you don't miss the 90s horribly now. It was only a decade ago and so much has changed since then! Now we are all so connected to one another that it's nice to plan a party that will help you to disconnect and enjoy your surroundings for once. Even if it's just for the length of a party! Have you had a 90s themed party yet? What ideas did you have for it?

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