Pole party themes are a fun way to spice up your event by incorporating holidays or important milestones into the celebrations.
Whether you're looking for an excuse to hold a pole dancing party in the first place, ideas to make your event even more fun, or you're looking for some specific themes to play by, you'll find lots of ideas here.
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If you're planning a girls' night "just because" and would like to incorporate some kind of theme, here are some fun ideas for pole party themes that play on different times of the year and the holidays that go with them.
New Year, New You Party
Tell your friends it's time to start the new year off right! Get them out of their comfort zone and into their sexy new selves with this idea. Invite them to wear something totally unlike what they normally would wear, bring food they don't normally eat, and at the beginning of the evening have everyone share with each other what one of their "New Me" goals is for the coming year.
Valentine's Day Party
Got a guy? If so, hint to your man that you'd like nothing better than a pole dancing party for this most romantic of days. Leave a brochure or the phone number for your local studio or instructor lying carelessly around the house, and watch him spring into action. If everyone in your group agrees, maybe you can even arrange to let the guys in for a private showing after the main event, to show off your new moves.
If the women in your group aren't hooked up, and you don't want to let another Valentine's Day pass you by because you've got no one special in your life to celebrate with, make it a "We're Too Hot to Handle" pole party theme!
Invite all your single friends to celebrate their best qualities with you. Everyone chooses something they love about themselves. Remember to dress and act the part!
Spring Fling Party
After a long, cold winter who doesn't love to celebrate the return of Spring? This year, why not go all out and throw a Spring Fling party just for the girls!
For this pole party theme, have everyone dress in their finest Spring Fling finery - perhaps sandals, sun dresses or shorts and tanks, even sunglasses and hats if they like. You could serve up garden party style snacks like those fancy little sandwiches with the crust cut off that your grandmother used to make, and cool off after the active part of the party with a fresh and fruity punch.
May Day Pole Party
This year, why not put a new twist on the traditional May Day activities with a "May Day Pole Party theme?!" Make old-fashioned invitations, and decorate the room with lots of streamers to simulate the traditional May Pole dance. You could even incorporate an actual ribbon-weaving, skirt twirling dance into your party for extra fun and frivolity, and to try something new!
Summer Stagette Party
A stagette or bachelorette is by far the most popular reason to hold a pole dancing party, and the Summer season from June through August is the most popular time of year for these events. These parties can take on almost any shape or form, and they're often a great excuse for old and new friends of the bride-to-be to get together and celebrate.
Talk to your party presenter if you have special requests, such as favorite music of the bride, special items you'd like to add to her goody bag, or the possibility of having her fiance allowed in the room at the end of the night to watch her perform what she's learned!
As Fall arrives and those who enjoy a good fright are busy preparing for Hallowe'en parties, why not put a new twist on things with a vertical Hallowe'en party with your girlfriends?
Everyone comes in scary costumes or sexy outfits (of course!) and even the music can be on the spooky side if you like. Refreshments and decorations can follow the traditional creepy Hallowe'en theme, or be more in keeping with the sexy theme - think strawberries dipped in chocolate, champagne punch, and fancy finger foods.
North Pole Party
What better way to keep warm during the chilly month of December than by celebrating the holidays with a North Pole Party! This fun spin on the season plays on the Santa theme of course, but it's just as fun no matter which holiday you celebrate at this time of year.
The hostess and/or party presenter may want to get into the act by dressing as a sexy elf or other fictitious helper. The food can be traditional holiday fare, or perhaps follow the chilly North Pole theme by being extra warming - think cozy apple cider, warm soup or chili, or hot appies. Don't forget the peppermint candy sticks that will serve as favors and mementos for the guests!