Whether you are invited to a Mottoparty or is about to organize a childbirth day, party ideas seem strangely always too tight. Dressing is fun and there is no doubt about it. It also increases the entertainment factor at a celebration immensely. Slipping into the clothes of others makes you feel different and feel differently. This expands the imagination, the perception and sends the disguised person on an exciting discovery tour. For this reason, we selected exactly the childhood heroes as the main theme of today’s contribution and would like to find out which heroes of the time can give a chic picture on a Mottoparty.
Today, we would like to gather Mottoparty ideas that would otherwise fit every festive occasion and keep the memory of the childhood heroes fresh. Everyone who knows his favorites knows exactly how he or she will dress up at the next cool event. Many actually do not have a pale glow of what they really liked as a child or worry that they might be foolish to others.
And how to say (for example) at the beginning of many workshops: It’s all about fun! And when it comes to fun, any prejudice and inhibitions should at least turn off for the party and rise to the wave of adventure.
Childhood Heroes – Ideas for disguise and more
This looks like a huge fun when you start to remember what you liked and what you believed in as a child. Girls and boys usually have different preferences, but that is not a fixed rule. Nevertheless, we have tried to select childhood heroes who are very popular for both sexes. Sometimes one goes with the whole family to a disguise party at the Helloween or carnival for example.
That is why our list will make your choice easier or remind you of heroes who may have thrown you out of memory in the course of the intense information overflow from the mass media.
Mottoparty ideas for young and old
The current Marvel Comics figures are familiar to everyone today, thanks to the numerous film adaptations, but the possibilities to dress up do not stop with Thor, Ironman or with the incredible Hulk. We have started a small time trip and have probably taken out forgotten figures like Bibi Blocksberg or ET from the dust. Karlsson from the roof and Jim Knopf deserve just as much attention as Barby or Jedi Knight.
Alice in Wonderland and Pippi Langstrumpf can be called evergreens, which is a consciously chosen term from the music scene. After all, striking musicians like Paul Stanley from the Kiss or Alice Cooper played or played the role of these childhood heroes just as well as the Krümmel Monster or perhaps Mary Poppins.
Return to your childhood and feel the enthusiasm that you felt to a certain hero. Only in this way can the panel become an indescribable experience.
Have fun and good luck!