Movie, TV Night Party, free online invitations
Comfortable seating, and plenty of it, is essential to a successful movie / TV night. If you're lacking in sofa space, be sure to clear out any tables to make room for extra chairs, ottomans and floor pillows. Set out dining room chairs, beanbags, or even lawn chairs to ensure that all your guests have a comfortable place to sit with a clear view of the show. If you're still short on seating, ask guests to bring a cushion or folding chair along with them. If the films or TV shows you'll be watching have a clear theme, try pulling it into your party decorations. For instance, glow-in-the-dark star stickers on the walls and ceiling lend an outer-space touch to a Star Wars marathon. If your movies or TV shows don't have a particular theme, you can always hang movie posters around the house with Now Playing and Coming Soon tags underneath. Your movie / TV night décor can also pay homage to the capital of entertainment: Hollywood. Roll a red carpet up to your front door and block off your entrance with a velvet rope. Station a guest at the door with a clipboard, checking the list before people enter. Your movies or TV shows are sure to be the main event, but not all life has to revolve around the television. Take a break between showings with a few games to keep people interested (and awake). Make your own trivia game about the movies or shows you’re watching. After each ends, quiz your guests on what they just saw. Make some questions obscure to ensure that your friends are paying close attention. This adds a new dimension of excitement to movies your guests have seen several times and fuels everyone's competitive spirit. Hand out prizes after each round to reward those with a keen eye.