60′s Theme Birthday Party in Orange
A fabulous 60′s theme Birthday Party was produced by Essence Entertainment last Sunday in Orange.
125 guests were treated to a groovy affair that was totally decked out with 60′s theme decor, food and entertainment. Even all of the guests were dressed up in their mod 60′s theme rags. Peace signs, tie die and fringe was the name of the game!
60′s theme Birthday Girl Valerie especially enjoyed the groovy happening! The 2,400 photos taken at the event showed Valerie having a blast in every shot!
Many excellent vendors worked together to create such a boss event. Designed and produced by Judy Kuri of Essence Entertainment, the participating vendors all contributed to the party’s success.
DJ/MC Eric Miles held things together with his 60′s theme music and karaoke – many performers took hold of the microphone and enhanced the birthday party with their singing!
Jeff Abbitt, Abbitt the Average, provided Comedy, Juggling and Close Up Magic. He’s a big ham and was another one of those people who were having a great time in every photo.
Catering was brought in by Spectacular Catering – complete with cupcakes covered in peace signs.
One of Valerie’s favorite parts was the Ice Luge serving martini’s, created and served by Carving Ice.
All of the props and decor were brought in by BTB – Best of the Best Event Productions and Party Rentals. They provided just the right effect for this 60′s theme birthday party.
High-end portable restrooms were provided by Royal Restrooms Inc.
Even a Flash Mob came in and did their thing – so much fun!
The highlight of the 60′s theme birthday party however is when “Otis Day” (Dewayne Jessie) of “Otis Day and the Knights” arrived to wish Valerie a Happy Birthday. The Otis Day and the Knights band was originally created as a fictional band to perform in the movie “National Lampoon’s Animal House”. The band is best known of course for their versions of “Shout” and “Shama Lama Ding Dong”. Both songs were actually sung by Lloyd Williams, but were lip synched in the film by Otis Day, played in the movie by Dewayne Jessie.
Otis entertained all of the guests with his terrific 60′s theme renditions, and Valerie and her friends had a ball dancing and singing along.